Staying Protected Against The CoronaVirus
At Healthy Meds, we feel that it is safe to say that over a year ago, the world had no idea that the lockdowns we all went into, would last this long. Globally, Covid-19 has infected a reported 166,287,340 people at the time of publishing this article. These numbers don’t even include citizens that have been asymptomatic, or that never went to have themselves tested. It is hard to imagine the actual numbers of infections, should you take these numbers into account. Nevertheless, these figures are staggering and complacency now will only lead to a resurgence of the virus.
All across the world, countries are battling their second, third and even fourth waves of Covid-19. To add to the uncertainty, we are also facing numerous variants of the virus. Due to this, it is important to stay on top of all the necessary Coronavirus precautions. Where possible, maintain your social distance, disinfect your hands and wear the recommended N95 respirator mask.
World Health Organisation Stamp of Approval For the N95 Respirator Mask
Essentially, N95 respirators are used to protect the wearer from airborne particles and from liquid contaminating the face. The edges of the N95 respirator are designed to form a seal around the nose and mouth. The very close facial fit is to ensure the efficient filtration of airborne particles. This particular respirator is recommended by the World Health Organisation, especially for frontline healthcare workers. This is because when it is properly fitted, it blocks at least 95% of very small test particles. It is important to note that no mask currently available completely blocks the risks.
Due to this, it makes sense why the N95 respirator mask is recommended. Essentially, you are ultimately investing in your own health and safety when purchasing these respiratory masks. At Healthy Meds, we understand the need to take every possible precaution to ensure your safety against the Coronavirus. Buying sub par quality PPE is taking a gamble with your health and not worth the risk.
Taking The Necessary Precautions
It is important to recognize that the optimal way to prevent airborne transmission is to use a combination of interventions, not just PPE alone. This means ensuring that you sanitise your hands regularly, especially when out in public spaces. Additionally, maintaining social distance is still strongly urged when out and about. Furthermore, some N95 respirator models have exhalation valves that can make breathing out easier and help reduce heat build-up. Masks with exhalation valves are not recommended when sterile conditions are needed.
Additional precautions include consulting with your healthcare professional about wearing the N95 respirator if you suffer from a respiratory condition. This is due to the fact that the masks fit very closely to the face and can make breathing harder for individuals who struggle to breathe due to existing conditions. You should also ensure that you aren’t wearing the same mask for extended uses. N95 respirators are essentially meant to be disposed of after one use in a closed plastic bag. Please also read our article on medical facemasks.
All Your PPE Requirements
If you are in need of high-quality PPE supplies, then Healthy Meds in London is the solution. We stock a wide variety of affordable, quality PPE products. You can buy your N95 respirators in bulk from us, including delivery to your door! Whatever your needs, from masks to sanitiser, gloves to face shields and everything in between, we have you covered. Literally. What’s more, is that we fully support public services. We offer discounted wholesale pricing to the NHS, schools, healthcare settings and businesses. We believe that when everyone plays their part in ensuring that they invest in high-quality protective products, we can beat Covid-19.
Get in touch with Health Meds today for high-quality PPE and see for yourself why the N95 respirator mask is recommended. Come shop our range of personal protective equipment, including protective clothing, hand sanitizer gel (5 litres), protective eyewear, protective face wear, and disinfectant.