Medical Masks

Medical Masks

Patients love the doctor. They don’t need to be mocked, bullied or put down, so we design medical masks that are comfortable for all ages. Hospital equipment, work surfaces and hospitals themselves are many different uses for our medical masks. Sometimes the masks are worn at home for comfort and fun, sometimes they’re useful for cleaning up after a visit to the ER. Masks are almost like a form of decoration.


Medications can be hazardous to a patient’s health. The law prohibits exposure to these chemicals through inhalation. However, those substances need to be kept in close contact with the skin of the patient, if at all. Labels often state that the mask is for patient comfort.

Medical Tissues

Medications are stored in plastic and ready to be administered. These plastic supplies are usually for immediate use in the hospital. Medical tissue is used in surgeries and other procedures to keep the patient’s wound moist and fresh. The tissue should be in a dry, sterile, warm place with low humidity. Careful cleaning of the covered surfaces is necessary. The dry, cool environment allows for tissue to swell and heal.


Long sleeves or the like are made from suits for patient comfort and health. However, these garments aren’t great for keeping the patient warm in winter, and allow dirt to enter.

Hand Gear

Some patients like to wear their own gloves, while others prefer simple bandages or wipes. The gloves are used to cover wounds. On the other hand, some patients like to wear regular clothes, while others like to wear their own clothes. Sometimes wearing the patient’s clothes gives the patient the opportunity to see that the patient is alive.

Herbal Medications

If a prescription is provided to a patient, it’s important that the information be entered correctly. If it’s not, a doctor will simply know the name of the medicine and will be able to look it up later. To make things easier, patients are told if they’re having trouble entering a prescription, and instructions are also given to the physician.


These are used for comfort and protection. However, they also allow dust, light, and sounds to enter the room. If the doctor would like to change the patient’s color or make the mask larger, additional sound-canceling devices may be used.


Even the smallest, room-wide size should be big enough for the patient to see, hear, and breathe. Antennas are often used in the room, if there are more than one patient. An emergency flashlight may also be used. Safety first! Do not use a glow-in-the-dark animal lantern or any other artificial light or decorative product.

Locker Rooms

Since medical equipment and medical equipment can be used for the purposes of serious infection, preventative health care, or drug testing, hospital rooms must have clean, sanitary, and uninfected conditions. Cleaning each room of waste is important. Hospitals typically have waste treatment systems in the rooms. When equipment is removed, the waste has to be transported to a separate treatment room. It’s important to keep the patient’s medical equipment as clean as possible for proper care.


Some patients like to carry knives for self-defense, but many patients are prescribed a knife for medical use. If a patient would like to have a better weapon, it is important to discuss the knife. Patients have different preferences about a medical knife.

Lung Inhalers

These are a valuable tool that can be used to help patients get out of life-threatening situations or prevent problems from getting worse. However, not all patients have access to such equipment, and may have to find other ways to control respiratory problems.

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