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Masks for Children During the COVID-19 Pandemic

In this post Hope Metzler discusses masks for children including: six considerations for making and/or buying masks for children, information about when children should and should not wear masks, and an in depth look at the alternatives to masks for infants. This is part of a series of guest blog posts where we get a […]

A Breathable Combination: An N95 plus a NWPP Mask Cover

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are global shortages of N95 respirators resulting in large scale adoption of procedures and policies for the extended use and re-use of N95 respirators. In this post we do a deeper dive into the quantitative breathability data for the MakerMask: Cover, a breathable N95 mask cover. The […]

Label Me A Face Mask: FDA Labeling Requirements

Almost everything comes with a label, from food to clothing to medicine to medical devices, and according to the FDA, face masks and cloth face coverings should come with labels too. More specifically, the Emergency Use Authorization for Face Masks released by the FDA April 24, 2020, includes labeling requirements for masks that are being […]

The Big Four: Criteria for Fabric Mask Materials for COVID

Ésta immersión profunda mira al criterio “Cuatro Grande” evaluado en evaluaciones preliminarias de materiales de máscaras comunitarias: cáracteristicas de los materiales, respirabilidad, repelencia al agua, y opcións para disinfección. Más especificamente, enfocamos en polipropileno no tejido (PPNT), que está usado comunmente para máscaras comerciales. A pesar de que PPNT ideal de grado médico no está disponible para uso comunitario, PPNT está disponible comunmente en diferentes pesos y grados para otros usos del hogar y/o otros propósitos comerciales, como bolsas reusables de compras. Aquí tomamos una mirada más profunda a los 4 criterio peliminares considerado cuando evaluando fuentes potenciales de PPNT.

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