Forbes July 28, 2021
Sai Balasubramanian, M.D., J.D.

The Covid-19 Coronavirus pandemic was an eye-opening experience for the world in many ways. For those on the front-lines, including physicians and other healthcare providers, personal protective equipment (PPE) became one of the most important aspects of protecting themselves and being able to deliver good care during the height of the pandemic. Ironically, PPE was one of the first shortages healthcare organizations faced, as hospitals and medical offices were simply not ready or equipped for the surge in cases and the congruently increased demand for protective equipment.

But PPE has been critical beyond just the Covid-19 pandemic in a variety of different settings: keeping physicians safe from contagious diseases, protecting rescue workers and first-responders in precarious environments, and shielding armed...

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