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Wash hands using standard precautions techniques.
Place glove wrapper on a dry surface
Touch only the outside of the glove packaging.
Open carefully so that paper doesnt fold back over and contaminate gloves
Remove one glove from wrapper by lifting it with one hand without touching the inside of the glove wrapper.
Hold the glove by the folded-back cuff
Slip the hand into the glove, using a smooth, upward motion.
. Pick up the other glove with the sterile gloved hand.
Keep hands and gloves above the wrapper to reduce risk of contamination
Slip fingers of the gloved hand under the cuff of the sterile glove
Adjust the glove to fit without touching skin with gloved hand
Adjust gloves as necessary by slipping gloved fingers under the sterile fold of the cuff to slide gloves up.
To remove gloves: Insert fingers of one gloved hand under the cuff of the other glove and roll glove off the hand. (glove to glove technique)
Insert fingers of the bare hand between the cuff of the glove and the wrist to roll glove off hand. (skin to skin technique)
Touch only the inside of the gloves during removal
Hold gloves only by inside surface after removal then dispose of gloves
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