Medical surgical masks are generally used in high-demand environments such as medical clinics, laboratories, and operating rooms. The masks worn by medical staff when working have a relatively high safety factor and strong resistance to bacteria and viruses. Medical surgical masks are also Can be used to prevent flu.
The correct way to wear a medical surgical mask is as follows:
(1) The side of the nose clip is facing up, and the dark side is facing outward (or the fold is facing down)
(2) Pull up and down the folds so that the mask covers the mouth, nose, and jaw.
(3) Put your fingertips along the metal strip of the nose bridge, from the middle to both sides, and slowly press inward until it is close to the bridge of the nose.
(4) Adjust the mask appropriately so that the periphery of the mask fits the face fully. Disposable medical masks are recommended to be replaced every 4 hours; N95 medical protective masks are recommended to be used for 6-8 hours. When replacing, do not touch the outside of the mask with your hands, just remove the mask from the ears. Be careful not to touch the front of the mask, hold the tie with your hand and put it in the garbage bag. After removing the mask, you should wash your hands immediately, pay attention to hand hygiene, and replace the mask in time if the mask becomes wet or gets wet.