Masks are an important line of defense to prevent respiratory infections and can effectively reduce the risk of covid-19 infections. The mask not only prevents the patient from spraying droplets, but also prevents the aerosol containing the virus from being inhaled by the wearer. So how to choose a mask? How to take off the mask correctly? How to deal with it correctly after use? Now I will answer you one by one~
How to choose a mask?
1. KIEYYUEL disposable medical masks: recommended for the public to use in non-crowded public places;
2. KIEYYUEL Medical Surgical Masks: The protective effect is better than disposable medical masks. It is recommended for people with suspected cases, bus drivers and passengers, taxi drivers, sanitation workers, public place services, etc.;
3. KIEYYUEL KN95/N95 and above protective masks: The protective effect is better than medical surgical masks and disposable medical masks. It is recommended to be used by personnel who sample and test on site. It is also recommended to be worn in high-risk areas with high population density.
About the principle of wearing masks
1. It is not necessary to wear a mask in a non-epidemic area, and you need to wear a mask when entering crowded or confined places;
2. It is recommended to wear KIEYYUEL disposable medical masks in areas with high epidemics;
3. When there are patients with suspected symptoms, KIEYYUEL N95/KN95 and above protective masks are required;
4. Patients with respiratory diseases need to use protective masks under the guidance of a doctor. Children as young as 2 years old cannot wear masks;
5. Cotton gauze masks, sponge masks and activated carbon masks have no effect on preventing viral infections.
What to do after using the mask?
1. Masks worn by healthy people, if there is no risk of spreading the covid-19, they are generally replaced when the masks are deformed or dirty and their performance is reduced. Masks used by healthy people should be treated according to household garbage classification;
2.Masks worn by patients with suspected or confirmed cases should not be discarded at will after they are taken off. They should be handled strictly in accordance with the relevant procedures of medical waste and cannot enter the circulation market.
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