Safe, efficient surgical procedures...
Mölnlycke Health Care is a world leading manufacturer of single-use surgical and wound care solutions for the professional health care sector.
We offer peace of mind in the perioperative environment by providing a range of outstanding products including single use staff clothing, antiseptics, and the Biogel® range of powder-free surgical gloves.
As the world’s first polymer coated, powder-free surgical glove, Biogel gloves have a long history of quality and innovation. A vital element in the success of the Biogel range is a continuing commitment to research and development of new and improved products.
Biogel gloves set the standard in protection
-We are the only major surgical glove manufacturer to test EVERY single glove for holes by air inflation and visually inspect for quality and user confidence
-Biogel gloves provide an industry leading guaranteed low level of holes (Industry leading AQL freedom from holes of 0.65)1
-Biogel gloves offer unsurpassed fit, feel and comfort. More surgeons prefer Biogel than other leading brands.2
-We are the only major surgical glove manufacturer with a certified non-pyrogenic range
-Biogel gloves have very low levels of extractable latex proteins and residual accelerators
-We are the only major surgical glove manufacturer to offer a 100% powder-free line of surgical gloves.3,4,5
Because of our commitment to quality for our customers, Biogel gloves continue to set the standard with a wide range of latex and non-latex surgical gloves that provide a choice to suit your personal needs.
1 0.65 AQL for freedom from holes ASTM D3577, Test Method D5151
2 Competitive brands included top selling brands, third quarter 2008: Protegrity, Triflex, Esteem and Encore. (GHX Market Intelligence)
3 Modified Lowry Assay ASTM D5712
4 Total Protein – Based on ASTM D5712. Testing conducted at Guthrie Foundation for Education and Research, LEAP Testing Service, Report #5268
5 Antigenic Protein – Based on ASTM D6499 Inhibition ELISA. Testing conducted at Guthrie Foundation for Education and Research, LEAP Testing Service, Report #5268