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Cad é an difríocht idir maisc leighis, maisc altranais, maisc máinliachta, agus maisc neamh-mháinliachta?

2020-06-11

Le leitheadúlacht niúmóine coronavirus nua,maisctá siad as stoc i go leor áiteanna. Ach tá go leor daoine ann fós nach bhfuil a fhios acu cén cineál masc ba chóir a úsáid. Tar éis an tsaoil, tá maisc mhíochaine indiúscartha, maisc pháipéir, maisc chadáis, maisc charbóin gníomhachtaithe, srl., Ní féidir le go leor daoine a rá go soiléir.

Go deimhin, níl an oiread sin cineálacha demaiscin ospidéil, go ginearálta amháindisposable medical maisc, medical surgical maiscand medical protective maisc. So, how to distinguish between disposable medical maisc, medical surgical maisc, and medical protective maisc?

 

1. Déan idirdhealú ón bpacáistiú

 

Go ginearálta, iad seothree maisccaighdeáin theicniúla éagsúla a bheith acu. An "masc leighis indiúscartha"is (YY / T0969-2013), agus is é an" masc máinliachta míochaine "(YY0469-2011). Is é an" masc cosanta míochaine "(GB19038-2010). Is féidir leat breithiúnas a thabhairt ar an gcineál masc a mbaineann an táirge leis trí sheiceáil scríobhfar na caighdeáin fhorghníomhaithe atá marcáilte ar phacáistiú seachtrach an táirge, agus na hainmneacha faoi seach ar an bpacáistiú.

 


2. Cruthanna masc éagsúla:

 

Disposable medical maisc and medical surgical maiscare rectangular in shape, with ear-wraps and straps. The vast majority of medical protective maiscare duck-billed, which is a good distinction.

 

3. Tá an fheidhmíocht difriúil:

 

These three types of maisccan filter bacteria, but they are different in water resistance and particle filtration efficiency. First of all, disposable medical maisc do not have performance requirements for both water resistance and particle filtration efficiency, while medical surgical maiscand medical protective maischave requirements. Secondly, the waterproof performance of medical surgical maisc is higher than that of medical protective maisc, which can prevent the infection of doctors caused by the splashes of blood and body fluids generated during surgery.