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mask

(Cover), noun camouflage, cloak, cover-up, deflection, device, disguise, excuse, facade, false front, feint, front, guise, lame excuse, masquerade, mere cossetics, obscuration, pretense, pretension, pretext, prooessed motive, refuge, screen, sham, smoke screen, stratagem, subterfuge, varnish, whitewash

mask

(Shield), noun camouflage, deflection, disguise, false front, false identity, incognito, masquerade, pretense, shield, veil
See also: camouflage, cloak, conceal, cover, denature, disguise, ensconce, enshroud, envelop, false pretense, guard, hide, obliterate, obnubilate, obscure, plant, pretend, pretense, pretext, ruse, screen, shroud, stifle, strangle, subterfuge, suppress, veil
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Modified N95 mask delivers high inspired oxygen concentrations while effectively filtering aerosolized microparticles.
A "PPE item" included a disposable gown, pair of gloves, pair of protective eyewear, or N95 mask (or equivalent particulate respirator).
There are some larger manufacturers who are ramping up N95 mask production in the U.
There, 500-1000 temporary workers worked overtime and double-time, over the Labor Day Weekend, assembling and placing the kits -- an orange backpack, Home Guard Barrier Sheeting(TM) biohazard waste bag, sanitary gloves, Mylar safety blanket, rain poncho, leather safety gloves, AM/FM radio, two-gallon PVC water bag, flashlight, N95 mask, a 12-hour light stick, moist towelettes, a whistle, a plastic bottle for bleach, a utility wrench for water and gas shutoff, facial tissues, a 2,400 calorie food bar, 10 water pouches, 4-D and 4-AA batteries and 1,250 milliliters of water in tear-and-pour packets -- in palletized P-O-P displays and then custom-designed corrugated packaging.
However, despite wearing only an N95 mask and gloves, this healthcare worker did not become symptomatic or seroconvert.
Consistently wearing a mask (either surgical or particulate respirator type N95) while caring for a SARS patient was protective for the nurses, and consistent use of the N95 mask was more protective than not wearing a mask.
3) or "usually" Wore N95 mask 62 (100) Wore gloves in patient's room "always" or 47 (75.
Almost 100% of the study respondents used either an N95 mask of surgical mask in all 3 settings (Table 1).
This procedure was performed in a negative-pressure room with gloves, gown, and an N95 mask.
The physician reported wearing an N95 mask, eyeglasses without goggles, two pairs of gloves, and two gowns.
During the review meeting, attended by senior officials of health ministry, the Health Minister was informed that 10000 PPE kits and 5000 N95 masks are being procured by DGHS and the process of procurement of at least 3 lakh tablets of Oseltamivir 75 Mg and one lakh syrups is already underway.