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Honmyue Barrier-Medical Series Protect Life, Protect Earth Reusable fabrics for medical market
American hospitals produce nearly 6 million tons of medical waste every year. Between 75 and 90 percent of that waste is unregulated material such as single-use medical textiles.
The World Health Organization, UNICEF, and other global health leaders have been calling attention to the need to reduce medical waste for years. In the past, medical facilities have struggled to respond due to a lack of appropriately designed and certified options.
Today, Honmyue Barrier Reusable Medical Textiles offers a complete range of medical fabrics that fill the gap. Honmyue fabrics and end-use textile products empower medical facilities to control their costs and waste while offering patients and staff the functional, comfortable clothing and linens they deserve. Here's an in-depth look at what we offer and how our products can help your facility meet its goals.
Honmyue Barrier Reusable Medical Textiles: Types and Properties
It takes a host of different types of textiles to keep any health care facility running smoothly. The average facility needs everything from bandages to surgical scrubs to bed linens.
Each of these materials needs to be:
- Resistant to absorption
Medical textiles meeting these requirements can be woven, nonwoven, braided, or knitted. Depending on their needs and preferences, medical facilities can purchase their textiles as raw material stock or end-use products.
Honmyue Raw Material Stock
Purchasing raw textile materials can give medical facilities maximum control over their end products. It also creates unparalleled opportunities for consistency in aesthetic across a facility, company, or brand.
Honmyue makes it easy to find just the right fabric for your facility. We offer:
- Thread Count (TC) fabrics in a combination of polyester and cotton
- 100% Cotton
- 100% Polyester
- 100% Nylon
- Polyester-mix Anti-Static yarn
Our fabrics come in an extensive range of colors and can be yarn-dyed or solution-dyed for unique and appealing finishes that help your facility stand out.
We also offer 100 percent eco-friendly recycled fabrics. These can be ideal for facilities pursuing or seeking to maintain various Green certifications such as LEED or WELL.
Thread Count Fabrics
While many facilities choose fabrics by type, such as 100 percent cotton, choosing thread count fabrics can be appropriate in situations where feel and appearance are a high priority. High TC fabrics feel luxurious against the skin and can make patients and staff more comfortable. They can also be a great choice for marketing purposes, as most patients recognize thread count as a quality indicator.
Medical Fabric Treatments
No matter how you choose the types of fabrics that you use in your facility, Honmyue recognizes that you face serious challenges in maintaining them once they are in place. Linens are an unavoidable vector for Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs).
According to the CDC, one out of every 25 hospital patients in the United States contracts at least one HAI. Many contract several, and the longer a patient stays in a facility the higher their chances of contracting one or more HAI.
HAIs are a serious concern. Antibiotic-resistant HAIs can result in patients becoming septic or even dying.
These concerns are why we offer fabric treatments designed especially for medical facilities. Honmyue produces fabrics that are:
- Strong enough to withstand repeated sterilization without losing quality or appearance
- Water repellent even after repeated washings and sterilizations
We also offer anti-static fabric for your staff and patients' comfort, convenience, and safety. If you're looking to create the best scrubs, sheets, and other linens, our antibacterial and water-repellent fabrics are the ideal place to start.
Not every facility needs or wants to create custom linens or uniforms, of course. For many facilities where aesthetic is less important, quality is the deciding factor. If that describes your facility, we have you covered, too.
Honmyue markets an array of medical garments and linens, including:
- Isolation gowns
- Surgical gowns
- Surgical drapes
- Medical scrubs
- Bedsheets, fitted sheets, and pillowcases
- Body bags
- Tent fabric
- Other Personal protect equipment (PPE)
These items are made from the same top-quality scrubs fabrics and medical bedsheet fabrics that we offer for custom work. Choosing ready-made items simply means that you get your products faster and that they arrive ready-to-use.
You can choose from the same wide range of fabrics, colors, and treatments that raw material buyers have access to. If you're looking to offer your staff the best scrubs on the market, we've got them.
Honmyue doesn't just meet your fabric needs. We satisfy your documentation needs, too.
With more than 85,000 malpractice suits filed in the United States alone every year, we understand that medical providers can't be too careful. You need to know that every instrument, fabric, and product you bring into your facility is safe. You also need to be able to prove it.
We make it easy to verify that you're buying the best quality products and to provide documentation of it when necessary. We test our products and post the results right on our website.
Our safe, durable, and anti-bacterial medical textiles offer physical protection for everyone in your facility and an extra layer of legal protection for you.
Honmyue Barrier Medical Textiles Are Reusable
If the comfort and safety Honmyue Barrier medical textiles deliver isn't quite enough to convince you they're right for you, the economics of selecting them almost certainly will.
All of our products are designed for repeated reuse. Our high-performance medical fabrics keep their comfort and attractiveness through endless washings. They stand up to sterilization and tough use, enabling your facility to use them over and over.
Do you still have questions about medical textiles? Are you still uncertain which fabrics or end-use products are right for your needs? We can help!
Contact us with your questions any time and let our experts help you find what you need. Or come see us anywhere we're exhibiting and experience our fabrics for yourself.