Packing: 50pcs / box, 40boxes / carton, total: 2000pcs / carton
Carton Size: 52*34*36cm
Layer: 3 layer
Mask Size: 14.5*9cm
Martiral: PP nonwoven, meltblown filter, activated carbon layer
3 Layer protection: made of new PP non-woven fabric + melt spray nonwoven fabric.
Frist layer of activated melt spray nonwoven fabric filters micron- level dust.second layer offers filter density for smaller material.three layer of spunbond nonwoven fabric filters out all kinds of harmful substances
Ultimate comfort: The ear loops are easy to adjust so the cover can fit perfectly over your nose and mouth. Size can be adjusted to meet most people head type.
Excellent breathability: Our breathing cover uses a unique ventilation design, with large outlet and low air resistance,water molecules cannot pass!
Replaceable active non-woven fribirc removes over most dust, fumes, pollen, haze, chemicals etc. This cover will help you breath in a cleaner, healthier way.
Why should children wear facemasks?
Provide a physical barrier between the mouth/nose and the immediate environment
Block large particle droplets from coughs and sneezes
Who should wear facemasks?
Children presenting with influenza like illness (ILI)
Children presenting with immuno suppression or chronic illness
Children with ILI who leave the hospital/exam room to go to the bathroom or diagnostic procedures
Healthy children in a crowded healthcare setting (e.g. emergency room waiting area)
Who is at higher risk for infection?
Children under 5 years of age
Children who have asthma, chronic pulmonary, cardiovascular, hepatic, hematological, neurologic, neuromuscular or metabolic disorders such as diabetes
Children who are immunosuppressed (caused by medications or by HIV)
Children and adolescents who are receiving long term aspirin therapy and who might be at risk for experiencing Reyes Syndrome after influenza virus infection
How to keep facemasks on children?
If available, ideally use a pediatric sized/child friendly mask
Educate children (and families) on the importance of keeping the mask on even when talking, coughing or sneezing
Make it fun for children:
Create a game for putting/keeping the mask on (e.g. superhero type mask)
Use of positive reinforcement measures (e.g. stickers)
Use older children as role models for keeping them on (e.g. older siblings)
Praise child for a job well done