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Convenience

Convenience

The Ready Glove is a disposable ambidextrous medical glove with a convenient list of basic vital signs printed on its outer surface. This allows the treating clinician the opportunity to record a baseline set of vitals of the patient’s clinical presentation.

Vital signs tell a story

Vital signs tell a story

Accurate measurements and records of vital signs are essential to the evaluation of the patient and to how they're responding to the treatment. They tell a story and tell treating medics what to do next and how they're going to potentially save a life.

FAQ

What is the Ready Glove?

The Ready Glove is a disposable ambidextrous medical glove with a convenient list of basic vital signs printed on its outer surface. This allows the treating clinician the opportunity to record a baseline set of vitals of the patient’s clinical presentation.

What is the benefit of the Ready Glove?

The Ready Glove doubles as personal protective equipment that allows the medic to immediately record the vital signs of any patient - eliminating the need to reach for a notepad or tablet. When a patient is time critical, the Ready Glove provides the most efficient method of attending to a patient by providing a template which allows more time to attend to the patient’s needs.

Why write on the glove rather than take notes in a notebook or enter data straight onto an electronic tablet?

During stressful life-saving procedures, in difficult environments, it is extremely challenging to accurately record these vital signs whilst providing critical patient care. Medics are required to wear disposable gloves to protect themselves from diseases, viruses, and bacteria. In addition to this, dirty bodily fluids such as urine, faecal matter, vomit and many more. This is particularly important when a medic cannulates, gives injections, or treats open wounds in which there is a risk of transferring bacteria and viruses through the opening in the skin. It is also imperative during treatment of a patient that vital signs are recorded. Medics regularly experience difficulties with assessing and recording patients’ vital signs during the first critical moments. Medics treating a potentially critically injured or ill patient don't have time to record the information using a notebook or tablet. The use of the Ready Glove provides a practical solution to this problem and allows the medic to continue to use their hands to treat the patient. The information can then be passed on during a hand-over to a clinician who can provide additional treatment outside of a first responders scope of practice. Information can be later transferred from the Ready Glove to a notebook or tablet when the patient is deemed stable. The Ready Glove template also provides a prompt for medics to ensure they are completing their primary surveys correctly.

How is the glove ambidextrous?

The template is printed on both sides of the glove to allow for easy notation for both left and right-handed clinicians. Regardless of whether the medic writes left or right-handed, only the posterior or top side of the glove is to be used.

How many gloves are in a pack and what are the benefits of storing them in a bag instead of a cardboard box?

The resealable Ready Glove bag includes 50 pieces (25 pairs). Paramedics and military medics are often required to store their gloves in tight spaces such as backpacks and vehicle glove compartments. Cardboard boxes break easily. Our resealable bag allows for easier storage protects the gloves from getting damaged.

What are the gloves made from?

The Ready Glove is a disposable non-sterile nitrile glove. They are 100% latex and powder free. The glove is also puncture, tear, blade cut and abrasion resistant and can be used in both dry and wet conditions. The glove is thicker (4mil/0.1016mm) than standard medical gloves so it doesn't tear when writing on them, but not too thick to lose dexterity. The fingertips are also ribbed to allow for better grip.

Where should I store my gloves?

Store gloves in a cool, dry environment with a temperature ranging between 10°– 22 °C (50°– 72 °F). Avoid storing the gloves near chemicals, heat, humidity, ultraviolet light, high-energy radiation, ozone, and stress.

How do I use the glove?

It's best to make a clenched fist to provide a stable platform to write on. Use any type of pen to write on the top of the glove.

SPECIFICATIONS

Disposable non-sterile nitrile gloves. 100% latex free, powder free. Meets ASTM 6319, CE, ISO, EN455; EN374 standards. ARTG No. 281895. Puncture, tear, blade cut and abrasion resistant. Can be used in both dry and wet conditions. Vital Armour TA Ready Glove. Patent pending.

ACCURATE CLINICAL PRESENTATION

ACCURATE CLINICAL PRESENTATION

Ambidextrous medical gloves designed for recording a patient’s vital signs.