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Improve Double-Gloving Compliance

As the healthcare industry evolves, the pressure to improve patient outcomes and meet compliance standards continues to increase.

Perforation of surgical gloves are common, occurring up to 43% of cases.1 Up to 70% of nurses and doctors have experienced a needlestick or sharps injury and 44% occur in the operating room.2

Double gloving is advocated by many international health and perioperative organizations. Understanding the evidence-based rationale for double gloving in perioperative practice is key to improving compliance outcomes.

Two gloves in one

Pre-donned and ready for double gloving

Easy perforation detection

Coloured underglove helps increase identification of a breach by as much as 86%*

Reduced environmental impact

50% less waste with two gloves packed in one inner wrap

Utilization Rates

Helps support double gloving initiatives by ensuring both gloves are being used with double gloving system

Product Availability

Prevents lapse in compliance due to low/no stock in top glove and underglove availability

Improved Compliance

Usage directly impacts double gloving compliance among staff


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  1. Semi-transparent outer glove & green coloured underglove helps heighten visual identification in the event of a glove breach when double gloving in surgery
  2. Outer glove comes off easily to facilitate intra-operative changes
  3. No risk of latex allergies and do not contain chemical accelerators known to cause chemical allergies (also known as allergic contact dermatitis)
  4. Certified by United States Ergonomics for superb wearer comfort and performance


Compare the difference of the GLOVE-IN-GLOVE system versus standard double gloving practice.

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1. Driever R, Beie M, Schmitz E, et al. Surgical glove perforation in cardiac surgery. Thorac Cardiovasc Surg 2001; 49:328–330.
2. International Safety Center. U.S. EPINet Sharps Injury and Blood and Body Fluid Exposure Surveillance Research Group. Sharps Injury Data Report for 2020. Report available at Updated 2020. Accessed February 1, 2022
3. Opinion of the scientific committee on medical products and medical devices on ‘The protection offered by natural rubber latex devices (medical gloves and condoms) against transmissible diseases’. European Commission. Health & Consumer Protection Directorate-General. October 2003.

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