Triumph Green Latex with Aloe Surgical Gloves
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Triumph Green Latex with Aloe Surgical Gloves

Manufacturer: Medline
  • Triumph Green surgical gloves are ideal when double gloving with Triumph or Triumph LT as an overglove
  • Anti-roll-down cuff technology significantly reduces the roll down common with many surgical gloves
  • The anatomically curved style offers comfort
  • These latex gloves contain freeze-dried aloe vera

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Ordering Information

Material Description Packaging
MSG2555 Triumph Green Surgical Gloves, Size 5.5 200/CS
Stock Allocated QTY / Remaining QTY / Allocation Reset Date

  • No
  • Aloe & Polymer
  • Green
  • Beaded
Finger Thickness
  • 8.7 mil
Latex Free
  • No
Length Inches
  • 12 "
  • Latex
  • 5.5
  • Smooth
  • 42132205

Why is double-gloving important?

Wearing two pairs of gloves reduces the risk of glove perforation and percutaneous injury.1

Over 80% of all surgical glove perforations go unnoticed2

The risk of exposure to blood and bodily fluid can be reduced by as much as 87% if the outer glove is punctured3

Perforations occurred in 43% of surgical cases, according to one study4

See green for safety

Can you see which glove has a puncture? They both do. But our underglove makes it easier to notice. Our See Green for Safety double-gloving system offers a range of green underglove options designed to help lower the incidence of exposure and improve detection time when perforations do occur.

Organizations that recommend double gloving with a dark underglove.

  • The Association of PeriOperative Nurses
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
  • The American College of Surgeons
  • The Association for Perioperative Practice
  • Operating Room Nurses Association of Canada
  • The Royal College of Surgeons of England
  • The Australian College of Operating Room Nurses

1.Berguer R & Heller PJ. Preventing sharps injuries in the operating room. Journal of the American College of Surgeons. 2004; (199)3:462-467.
2.Thomas-Copeland, Do Surgical Personnel Really Need to Double-Glove? AORN Journal, FEBRUARY 2009, VOL 89, NO 2; page 327.
3.Korniewicz D & El-Masri M. Exploring the benefits of double gloving during surgery. AORN Journal. 2012; 95(3):328-336.
4. Berguer, R and Heller, PJ. “Preventing Sharps Injuries in the Operating Room.” Journal of the American College of Surgeons. 2004; (199)3:462-467.



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