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Esteem® Brand Tru-Blu™ StretchyNitrile Exam Gloves Glove Products
• Micro-textured glove for improved grip even
when wet, affording a higher coefficient of
friction (grip) than most nitrile exam gloves
on the market
• Provides greater tactile sensitivity while
maintaining film strength and barrier
• Cleared for use with chemotherapy agents
• Demonstrated permeation resistance to a
number of commonly used hospital and
laboratory chemicals
Length and Thickness
Minimum length measured from the tip of the middle finger to the cuff.
Average Length
Cuff Thickness
Palm Thickness
Finger Thickness
Physical Properties
Meets or exceeds ASTM D6319 for Physical Properties (Standard Specification
for Nitrile Examination Gloves for Medical Application).
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ASTM Limit
Tensile Strength
Modulus (Tensile Stress at 500%)
Grip COF tested per ASTM D1894 Standard Test Method for Static Ultimate Elongation
and Kinetic Coefficient of Friction of Plastic Film and Sheeting.
Barrier Protection
Chemical Resistance
All gloves must meet a certain Acceptable Quality Level (AQL) as established by the The Esteem® brand Tru-Blu™ stretchy nitrile exam gloves Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This refers to their freedom from holes and their have been tested per ASTM F739, ”Standard Test Method subsequent level of barrier protection. Gloves with a lower actual AQL will have fewer for Resistance of Protective Clothing Materials to barrier defects. Cardinal Health’s internal requirements are significantly more stringent Permeation by Liquids or Gases Under Conditions of Continuous Contact” for resistance to the hospital and ASTM D6319
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laboratory chemicals and chemotherapy agents listed FDA 2007 (2008)
Nitrile Exam Gloves
Exam Gloves
below. The results represent the average normalized AQL Limit
Common Hospital and Laboratory Chemicals
Residual Chemicals
The chart below lists lab chemical permeation resistance; average normalized Chemical accelerators are required in order to give breakthrough time in minutes, 0.1µg/cm2/min.
medical gloves desirable physical properties such astensile strength, elasticity, modulus, tear resistance Chemical Name
and tactile sensitivity. Cardinal Health gloves are manufactured with the minimum amount of acceleratorsrequired to obtain the appropriate physical properties.
Though limited accelerators may be added to our gloves, processing reduces these chemicals so that they are not detectable in the final product using a high pressure Bacteriophage Penetration
These gloves passed ASTM F1671, “Standard Test Method Gloves are tested for many other chemicals. Please contact your sales
for Resistance of Materials Used in Protective Clothing representative for additional information.
to Penetration by Bloodborne Pathogens using Phi-X174Bacteriophage Penetration as a Test System.” This Note: Review Material Safety Data Sheets for the chemicals being used
method has been specifically defined for modeling to determine the required level of protection.
the viral penetration of Hepatitis (B and C) and Human Chemotherapy Agents
Immunodeficiency Viruses transmitted in blood and The chart below lists chemotherapy drug permeation resistance; average normalized potentially infectious body fluids. This method uses a breakthrough time in minutes, 0.1µg/cm2/min.
surrogate microbe suspended in simulated body fluidunder conditions of continuous contact to assess the effectiveness of the materials used in protectiveclothing for the wearer’s protection against contact Alkylating agents
with bloodborne pathogens. The outcome is either “pass” or “fail.” Cardinal Health tests a statistically significant sample size of 32 gloves instead of three gloves as called for in the ASTM method.
We go the extra distance with our testing because
the safety of clinicians and patients is a top priority.
You expect a certain level of protection when you
put on an exam glove. We ensure you’re getting
that protection – and more.
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Ordering Information
Dispenser Box
(Total Gloves)
Plant Alkaloids
Caution: Gloves used for protection against chemotherapy drug exposure
must be selected specifically for the type of drugs being used.
For additional information, please contact your
Note: Review Material Safety Data Sheets for the drugs being used
Cardinal Health sales representative or call
to determine the required level of protection.
customer service at 800.964.5227.
Protein Allergens
This is a synthetic glove and contains no natural rubber latex protein allergens.
Tru-Blu and Essential to care are trademarks and Esteem is a registered trademarkof Cardinal Health, Inc. or one of its subsidiaries.
CIDEX and ENZOL are registered trademarks of Johnson & Johnson.
Enzy-Clean is a registered trademark of Weiman Products, LLC.
Copyright 2007. Cardinal Health, Inc. or one of its subsidiaries.
All rights reserved.
Lit. No. 2GLV0561 (0907/5M/MC3319) Paper contains a minimum of 10% post-consumer fiber.

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