What are the medical uses of medical non woven fabrics?

Medical non woven fabrics are different from ordinary non-woven fabrics and composite non-woven fabrics. Ordinary non-woven fabric does not have bacteria resistance; composite non-woven fabric has good waterproof effect and poor air permeability, and is generally used for surgical gowns and surgical bed sheets; medical non-woven fabrics are made of spunbond, meltblown, and spunbond (SMS) processes It is made by pressing and has the characteristics of anti-bacterial, hydrophobic, breathable, and dander-free. It is used for the final packaging of sterilized items. It is disposable and requires no cleaning. So what are the medical supplies for medical non-woven fabrics?

1. Medical clothing

Most of the medical clothing and hats use spunbonded and meltblown nonwovens and composite nonwovens. There are also spunlace, wet and other nonwovens. The basis weight is generally 15-50g/m2, which requires soft hand feeling and tensile strength. High and good air permeability.

2. Medical mask

The function of the mask is to prevent the mutual infection between medical staff and patients during medical treatment. Generally, masks are required to be soft, have good ventilation, and block and filter germs and dust. Masks generally use wet, dry, and spunlace nonwovens or composite materials with a layer of meltblown nonwovens in between. The filtering effect of the mask should reach more than 85%, or even higher, the purpose of this is to prevent infection.

3. Adhesive plaster base cloth

Adhesive plaster is a commonly used sanitary material in medicine. The adhesive plaster made with non-woven fabric as the base fabric has the advantages of strong adhesion, good air permeability, can be used repeatedly, and will not cause discomfort to the skin.

4. Plaster cotton wool

Plaster cotton wool is a silk tape for wrapping the inner layer of plaster. Its surface is smooth, and the inner layer is sulphur pine, uniform and has a certain tension. It is made of fiber and processed, so the place in contact with the human body is clean and hygienic without discomfort.

5. Highly absorbent hygiene products

High-absorbency sanitary products mainly include baby diapers, sanitary napkins, and pads. Their structures are basically the same, and they are all composed of a covering material, a water-absorbing layer, and a base film.