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Nurse Invents Better Design for Isolation Gowns
By Ranica Arrowsmith, contributing editor
Published February 12, 2014
The GoGown wraps into a self-contained bundle to decrease risk of contamination spread. Read More »
Published September 13, 2013
TenderGuard nonwovens offer balance between safety, softness and comfort Read More »
Ahlstrom Innovates Medical Nonwovens Technology
By Tim Wright, Editor
Published August 8, 2013
Q&A with the nonwovens supplier on trends in the medical nonwovens market. Read More »
The Future of Nonwovens in Medical Markets
By Vicki A. Barbur, PhD, Contributing Writer
Published August 6, 2012
Healthcare trends offer a multitude of opportunities for disposable nonwoven products. Read More »
Changes in medical barrier nonwovens
By Warren Collier, John R. Starr Inc.
Published April 5, 2012
Demands in this market are driven by shifts in performance, location and cost requirements. Read More »
Published September 27, 2010
Report includes demographics, impact of aging population and surgical procedures. Read More »
By Sandra Levy, Associate Editor
Published August 12, 2010
As hospital-acquired infections increase, nonwovens producers are responding STAT with one-time use fabrics imbued with increased barrier protection, comfort and cost efficiencies. Read More »
Published August 10, 2008
6000 disposable medical supply sets were contributed. Read More »
Freudenberg offers nonwoven solutions in wound care
By Tim Wright, editor
Published December 19, 2013
New innovation offers a combination of hydroactive fibers and nonwovens made of chitosan fibers. Read More »
Hospital laundering practices linked to HAI
By Karen McIntyre, Senior Editor
Published May 30, 2013
A new study results published online in the American Journal of Infection Control found that 93% of tested laundered towels used to clean hospital rooms contained bacteria that could result in healthcare-associated infections (HAIs). The study found… Read More »