How To Put On And Remove a Face Mask
Face masks are a tool used to prevent the spread of disease. They can also be called dental, isolation, laser, medical, surgical or surgical masks. A mask is a loose type of mask covering the nose and mouth and has earrings or a tie or lacing at the back of the head. There are many different brands and their colors are different. It is important to use FDA-approved masks.
Masks help limit the spread of germs. When someone speaks, coughs or sneezes, they may release tiny droplets of water into the air, which can infect others. If someone is sick, masks can reduce the amount of bacteria released by the wearer and can protect others from illness. Masks also protect the wearer's nose and mouth from splashing or spraying body fluids.
Consider wearing a mask when you have a cough or sneeze (fever or no fever) and want to be with others. The masks will help protect them from disease. Health care institutions have specific rules on when masks should be worn.
Disposable masks should be used once and then thrown into the trash can. You should also remove and replace the mask when it gets wet.
Always follow the product instructions for using and storing masks, as well as the steps for putting on and removing masks. If there are no instructions for wearing and wearing a mask, follow these steps.
Before touching the mask, clean your hands with soap and water or hand sanitizer.
Remove the mask from the box and make sure there are no visible cracks or holes on either side of the kN95 protective face mask.
Determine which side of the mask is the top. One side of the mask has a hard curved edge and the top of the face is the top for shaping the nose.
Determine which side of the mask is the front. The colored side of the mask is usually front and should face you, while the white side should touch your face.
Please follow the instructions below to use the type of mask you are using.
Earring mask: A mask that holds an earring. Put a ring around each ear.
Belt mask: Hold the mask at nose level, tie the tie on top of your head, and secure with a bow.
Belt mask: hold the mask with your hands so that the bridge of your nose or the top of the mask is within reach and the headband hangs freely below your hands. Hold the mask at nose level, then pull the top band over your head so it fits close to your head. Pull the bottom strap over so it fits close to your neck.
To shape or pinch rigid edges into the shape of a nose.
If using a collared mask: Then pick up the tie at the bottom, one on each hand, and place it around the neck with a bow.
Pull the bottom of the mask over your mouth and chin.
Before touching the face mask, clean your hands with soap and water or hand sanitizer to avoid touching the face mask. The front of the mask is contaminated. Just touch the earrings/tie/wristband. Follow the instructions below for the type of mask used.
Mask with earrings: Grab both earrings, then gently lift and remove the mask.
Collar mask: unfasten the bow at the bottom, then the bow at the top, then pull the mask away from you when the tie is loosened.
Belt mask: Lift the bottom band above the head, then the top band above the head.
Throw the mask into the trash can. Clean hands with soap and water or hand sanitizer.