Type II R medical facial surgical masks, non-reusable. The use of these masks is recommended wherever it is not possible to adopt the minimum safety distance against contact, such as in workplaces, crowded environments or public use and in health care and hospital environments.
Compared to the Cara.Comfort model, the elastic band is thin, with a circular cross-section of 3 mm and welded using ultrasonic technology.
Our Cara mask is tested to provide specific levels of protection against the penetration of saliva and other biological fluids through the mucous membranes of the nose and mouth. The masks provide protection against the spread of influenza both by blocking droplets of respiratory secretions from the sick person wearing them and by preventing those same droplets or splashes of secretions or other biological fluids from reaching the mucous membranes of the nose and mouth.
Used primarily to create a barrier between the wearer’s mouth and nose, Cara masks have greater resistance to the projection (splashing) of body fluids onto the outer surface than Type I or Type II.
Once used, disposable masks should be disposed of immediately in a closed plastic bag in the recycling bin.