Bestselling Professional Medical Surgical Gloves in 2021
Medpride Nitrile Exam Gloves (X-Large Box of 180)
- The ideal solution for individuals sensitive to natural rubber latex and donning powder.
- Comfortable fit with textured fingertips for excellent tactile sensitivity.
- Extraordinary strength, stretchable durability and puncture resistance with premium iris blue color.
- Commonly used by law enforcement professionals, tattoo artists, physicians and first responders.
- Features smooth external finish and beaded cuff for extra durability.
Sempercare NIPFT103BX Gloves, Nitrile, Medium, Blue (Pack of 100)
- Superior and comfy grip: the most comfortable nitrile gloves ever. Thanks to their fully textured finger and excellent palm craftsmanship, these medical Blue gloves ensure superior and comfy grid
- Powder and latex free: Sempercare nitrile gloves are esd tested and approved, latex and powder free. Protect your hands and minimize skin rashes. Put them on and off in a heartbeat
- Multipurpose role: ideal for industrial and exam use, labs, food processing, mechanics, hospitals, doctors, tattoo parlors, spas, cleaning, arts and crafts, home repairs, and more
AMMEX - APFN46100-BX - Medical Nitrile Gloves - Disposable, Powder Free, Latex Rubber Free, Exam Grade, 4 mil, Large, Blue (Box of 100)
- AMMEX nitrile medical gloves offer better elasticity than vinyl gloves, better puncture resistance than latex gloves, and better abrasion resistance than chloroprene
- Exam grade nitrile gloves come with textured fingers, fingertips, and palms to provide enhanced grip even in wet conditions
- Powder-free and latex free, these blue nitrile medical gloves are ideal for food handling, electronics, light-industrial, and laboratory applications
- 10 mils thick around the palm and fingers. These blue nitrile gloves are 9.5 inches long measured from the tip of the finger to the cuff of the glove
- Blue disposable nitrile gloves come in small, medium, large, and extra large sizes. These gloves also come in a box of 100 or a case of 1000 package
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FWPP Disposable Latex Surgical Gloves,Powder Free Dental Exam Medium Glove,Pack of 100Pcs,Milky White
AMMEX - AINPF46100 - Medical Nitrile Gloves - Disposable, Powder Free, Exam Grade, 3 mil, Large, Indigo (Case of 1000)
- AMMEX nitrile medical gloves offer better elasticity than vinyl gloves, better puncture resistance than latex gloves, and better abrasion resistance than chloroprene.
- Exam grade nitrile gloves come with textured fingers, fingertips, and palms to provide enhanced grip even in wet conditions.
- Powder-free and latex free, these indigo nitrile medical gloves are ideal for food handling, electronics, light-industrial, and laboratory applications.
- 3 mils thick around the palm and fingers. These indigo nitrile gloves are 9.5 inches long measured from the tip of the finger to the cuff of the glove.
- Indigo disposable nitrile gloves come in small, medium, large, and extra large sizes. These gloves also come in a box of 100 or a case of 1000 package.
- Enjoy low prices when you get discounts off eligible Ammex products, and experience the convenience of free standard shipping on auto-deliveries and regularly scheduled deliveries when you receive your subscriptions on your monthly Subscribe & Save delivery day.
Nitrile Exam Gloves by Precision Disposables | Black Medium 5 mil Thickness, Powder-Free, Non-Latex, Fingertip-Textured, Medical Grade, Food Safe Examination Gloves (Pack of 100)
- ENHANCED TACTILE SENSITIVITY AND DEXTERITY - Nitrile conforms to the shape of your hand, providing a more secure fit for greater comfort and that 'bare hand' feel. Precision Disposable gloves also have a micro-roughened finish and textured fingertips for a dependable grip, both wet or dry.
- SUPERIOR RESISTANCE TO PUNCTURES, ABRASION, AND CHEMICALS - Nitrile is three to five times more puncture resistant than latex and more elastic than vinyl, providing excellent durability and barrier protection. Nitrile gloves can also withstand mineral oils, vegetable oils, grease, gasoline, diesel fuel and many acids. As a result, these gloves are among the preferred choices for automotive, food processing and safety applications.
- NOT MADE WITH NATURAL RUBBER LATEX - Precision Disposable nitrile gloves are not made with natural rubber latex. As latex allergies are becoming more prevalent, a safer working environment means non-latex gloves. If latex allergies are of concern, our powder free nitrile exam gloves are our personal recommendation.
- 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEED - We are so confident that you will love your nitrile exam gloves that we offer a zero-risk buying experience! If you are not completely satisfied with any Precision Disposable Products, we will provide you with a full exchange up to 90 days of purchase.
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Curad Powder-Free Latex Exam Gloves, Medium, 100 Count
- Curad powder free latex gloves are exam medical grade and have excellent barrier properties
- The textured surface of the latex gloves ensure a secure grip while the superior elasticity provides exceptional comfort and strength
- Color: Beige | Texture: Full Texture | Grade: Examanination Gloves | Size: Medium | 100 Count Box of Gloves
- Disposable latex gloves can be used for a variety of purposes, including exam gloves, tattoo gloves, cleaning gloves, and more
- Unlike latex free gloves, these disposable gloves do contain latex but are exam medical grade
Medline Aloetouch Powder-Free Latex Exam Gloves, Green, Small, 100 Count
- Medical Gloves/Exam Gloves
- Glove, Exam, Latex, Aloe, Txt, Pf, S
- Made in: United States
SAFEGUARD Nitrile Exam Gloves, Powder free, Medical Grade Gloves, Latex Free, 100 Pc. Dispenser Pack, Large Size in Blue
VINYL DISPOSABLE GLOVES (HIGHEST GRADE VINYL) MEDICAL EXAM, HYPOALLERGENIC, Latex and Powder FREE. LARGE. (1 Case, 10 Boxes) 1000 Count
- HIGH QUALITY of Vinyl. Made with an ultra soft premium Compound, Synthetic not made with natural rubber latex, Powder-free, Non-Sterile, Latex Free
- COMFORT. Extraordinary strength and stretchable durability
- IDEAL SOLUTION for individuals sensitive to rubber latex and/or donning powder also you will be surprised how perfect they will fit your hands
- SAFETY Hospital Quality / Professional Grade Vinyl Exam Gloves, Tested for resistance to common hospital/lab chemicals Caution: Gloves used for protection against chemotherapy drug and laboratory chemical exposure should be selected specifically for the type of chemicals being used
- Quantity: (1 Case, 10 Boxes) 1000 Count. Size: LARGE. Made in USA and Imported
Medline SensiCare 200 Nitrile Exam Gloves, Disposable, Powder-Free, Blue, Large, Box of 200
- Our most popular exam glove provides strong protection against blood born pathogens, viruses and germs
- Perfect for dental, lab and medical use
- Lightly textured fingertips for a sure grip; chemotherapy tested*
- 3.5-mil thick, powder-free; does not contain natural rubber latex
- 200 gloves per box | 9.5 inches long
SKINTX Nitrile Exam Glove
- No Powder
- Cheap - Inexpensive
- Hand is textured
- Saves Money
- Use with food
MediChoice Nitrile Exam Gloves, Powder Free, Large, Blue, Box/100
- Non-sterile, powder-free, single-use ambidextrous gloves
- Beaded cuff for added strength and ease in donning
- Available with a 12 inch cuff for extended protection
- Textured finish provides strong grip for wet and dry applications
- Superior puncture, tear, and chemical resistance with excellent tactile sensitivity and dexterity. Cleared for use with some chemo drugs
'Side Effects:' A Medical Thriller with a Healthy Dose of 'What Just Happened?' and a Twist of Crazy
If you're looking for a medical/psychological thriller starring a pretty girl who shuffles through scenes looking like a malnourished rag doll -- this is the film for you. Warning: this review contains plot spoilers.
"Side Effects" is directed by Steven Soderbergh and stars Jude "aw, Rooney Mara, Channing Tatum and Catherine Zeta-Jones.
For those of you who like Steven Soderbergh films or thrillers that have a twist ending yet move at a snail's pace, this film will not leave you feeling like you've wasted your hard-earned money. Also, Jude Law turns in a fine performance and he's still nice to look at on celluloid. The plot starts out interestingly enough; Rooney Mara's character of Emily Taylor is depressed. Her husband (played by a miscast Channing Tatum) has just gotten out of prison for insider trading and her yuppie New York life is supposed to be getting back to normal. She has a history of depression, however, and the girl just can't shake her blues and anxiety no matter how good the future looks.
Mara's portrayal of this angst is given off in listless head-lolling waves reminiscent of Jennifer Jason Leigh's acting antics. When listless Emily drives her car full-speed into the wall of her parking garage as a cry for help, the cry is answered by psychiatrist Jonathan Banks (Jude Law). Dr. Banks begins prescribing Emily various antidepressants, eventually landing on a new one called Albixa. Both Emily and her former doctor (Catherine Zeta-Jones) have brought the drug to Dr. Banks' attention and he keeps Emily on the thing even after it becomes clear that she has profound episodes of sleepwalking while taking it. Emily sets the table for breakfast in the middle of the night with music blasting and never remembers any of it. The doctor simply adds a sleep aid to her daily medications.
Soderbergh, as is his fashion, attempts to immerse us in this world of drugs, drug companies and doctors. He wants us to see that pills are everywhere! Wow, I didn't know that. Thanks, smarty filmmaker man with furniture frame glasses. Emily's boss was depressed before and liked Zoloft (I think); Emily's friend at a party suggests Emily try Wellbutrin because she did once. Dr. Banks' wife has a job interview and so he gives her a beta-blocker to make her "herself but better." She doesn't get the job. Dr. Banks himself, later in the film when his luck has changed, begs another psychiatrist to give him just one Adderall - he needs to focus. What no one told Soderbergh is that the rest of us figured out the whole "drug companies rule the world" thing years ago. Even the spell-check on my computer knew to add a "d" and capitalize Adderall.
With the exposition out of the way ten minutes into the film, I was good and prepared to sit through a boring film exposing the drug companies and the side effects of all these mood-altering problem solvers whose ads we see on TV. That's what the previews also suggested about the film. I'm not sure why Soderbergh decided not to deliver on this premise promise, but he didn't. Maybe the drug company lobby got to him.
What happens next is that Emily accidentally stabs her husband to death during a sleepwalking episode. Ablixa and Dr. Banks are blamed, Emily gets sent to a hospital instead of a prison where she can be released as soon as she's deemed fit. It isn't until Dr. Banks starts to put together a series of jokingly forced clues that he begins to suspect Emily may have been manipulating him and her husband all along and that she was never taking the Ablixa nor ever in need of it. At this point the film turns into a "psychological thriller" instead of just a medical thriller. This means, in short, that the lead female is revealed to be sorta crazy. Well, crazy like a fox. That's what white, college-educated American women do in Soderbergh films; they either reveal themselves to be amoral, evil or crazy. In this case, one woman is amoral, one is pretending to be crazy (and she's amoral) and both areâ€¦are you ready for it? LESBIANS! Lions and tigers and lesbians, oh my. And not just regular lesbians but murdering lesbians.
This whole soapy hairpin plot turn might have worked and been interesting a la Black Swan or something if Rooney Mara's character had shown any nuance of calculation or greed in the beginning. The actress is perfectly capable of showing a range of emotions, but Soderbergh is happy to have her sleepwalk through the entire film, not just her sleepwalking scenes. Pity. Mara is a rising star and the camera loves her - her talent and star power alone could have saved this lackluster thriller if her character had been allowed any depth or range.
Soderbergh has mentioned in interviews that he gets inspiration for his female characters from his wife, Jules Asner. Let's just say that after seeing this film, I'm left with some questions about the state of their marriage.