Esteem® XP Synthetic Nitrile Examination Gloves

Vendor: Cardinal Health
Esteem® XP Synthetic Nitrile Examination Gloves Esteem® XP examination gloves feature a long, beaded cuff that safeguards the hand and wrist against spills and splashes while assisting in easy donning...

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Esteem® XP Synthetic Nitrile Examination Gloves

Esteem® XP examination gloves feature a long, beaded cuff that safeguards the hand and wrist against spills and splashes while assisting in easy donning and inhibiting roll-down. 

Powder-free nitrile gloves are ideal for applications requiring maximum tactility and sensitivity. Extra stretchy nitrile formulation ensures a more comfortable fit than other nitrile gloves and conforms to hands quickly to facilitate a wide range of motion, especially around the thumb area. Beaded cuff resists tearing and minimizes cuff roll down. Textured gloves have a smooth surface and textured fingers. 

  • Excellent tactile sensitivity, strength and barrier protection.
  • Gloves are puncture-resistant and have textured fingertips for a firm, no-slip grip.
  • Tested for use with various lab chemicals and chemotherapy drugs.
  • Extended cuff provides additional coverage in high-risk area.
  • Ambidextrous.
  • Nominal fingertip thickness: 5.8mil (.15mm)
  • 11.7 inch Length
  • Provides tactile sensitivity while maintaining strength and barrier protection
  • Fingertip texture
  • Extended cuff provides additional protection in high-risk areas
  • Appropriate for those with a nature rubber latex sensitivity
  • Tested for use with various lab chemicals and chemotherapy drugs1
  • Non-Sterile
  • Powder-free.
  • Disposable.
  • Latex-Free.
  • Color: Blue
  • Not made with natural rubber latex
  • Extended cuff provides additional protection in high-risk areas
  • Appropriate for those with a natural rubber latex sensitivity
  • Tested for use with various lab chemicals and chemotherapy drugs1

Footnotes and references:
1 Caution: Gloves used for protection against laboratory chemical exposure should be selected specifically for the type of chemicals being used.

Note: Review Safety Data Sheets (SDS) for the chemicals being used to determine required level of protection.