Figure 5-51. - Grasping the first glove at the cuff fold.
Figure 5-52. - Anchoring the cuff over the thumb.
Figure 5-53. - Working the second glove onto your bare hand.
Figure 5-54. - Working the glove up over the hand and wrist and onto the arm.
Figure 5-55. - Slipping gloved fingers under the cuff of the first glove.
glove and pull it completely on. One hand is now fully gloved.
4. Slip the fingers of your gloved hand under the folded cuff of the first glove (fig. 5-55). Work the cuff over your wrist and onto your arm. Gradually unfold the cuff so that its inner side is now against your skin. Then grasp the outside of the glove and pull it completely on.
Both the dentist and the scrub assistant will drape in the following manner:
1. Remove a sterile hand towel from the drape pack. Hold it away from your body and allow it to unfold. Make sure that the towel does not come into contact with your scrub suit or any unsterile item.
2. Raise the towel to shoulder height, holding it so that a small cuff is formed at the top of the towel.
3. The circulating assistant will grasp one of the top edges at the cuff and fasten it to the shoulder of the scrub suit with a towel clip. Then the circulating assistant will fasten the other topContinue Reading