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    Our customer relations are focused on health and customer satisfaction. We believe that everyone has the right to quality products. As Matumed, our priority is to present our high quality products at affordable prices to the consumer during the pandemic process as always. 

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    1) How many types of masks are there?

    Masks are roughly divided into two types: The first is surgical (medical) masks and the other is respiratory protective masks.

    2) What is a surgical mask?

    Surgical masks are among the protective equipment used by healthcare professionals to prevent contamination from patients or patients during surgical interventions.  Surgical masks must be produced in accordance with TS EN 14683 standard and have CE certificate.  These include the fact that it consists of three layers, is hypoallergenic, creates a liquid barrier, is tear-resistant and provides 99 percent bacteria and 95 percent particle filtration.

    3) What is a respiratory system protective mask?

    Respiratory protective masks are also called respirators and have two subtypes: those that filter particles in the environment and those that are cartridge ones.  Particle filter masks are mostly preferred when it comes to infection control in the healthcare field.  These masks also have different types and, accordingly, different levels of protection.  The protection levels of the masks are classified with the letters FFP or N.  Consisting of the initials of the English term “filtering facepiece”, FFP shows the classification adopted by the European Union and is divided into three categories as 1, 2, and 3.

    4) What is the N95 mask?

    The masks in the N95 standard take their name from the success of cutting the passage of viral particles by 95%.  These types of masks are generally professional type masks produced for people working in various sectors and exposed to particles.  N95 is the standard named by the United States and gets its name from the blocking rate.  It is stated that the masks in this standard seriously protect against virus contamination.

    5) What is the FFP2 mask?

    The FFP2 Standard is the standard where protection from chemical dusts and epidemics to a certain extent begins.  In order for the masks to be used to be effective against the corona virus, it is recommended that the masks to be used have at least this level of standard.

    6) What is the FFP3 mask?

    This standard is the highest of European standards.  It is stated in the FFP3 standard that masks are the most effective mask type in Corona type viral epidemics.  This mask type, which has previously been observed to be successful in epidemics such as swine flu, is especially preferred by citizens who feel themselves at a risky point.

    7) What does a disposable mask mean?

    Disposable masks are the type of mask designed for single use, preferred in terms of human health and efficiency, which allows to breathe clean and safe air comfortably.

    8) How many days is the disposable mask used?

    The usage time of the masks is between 3-8 hours.

    9) Is the disposable mask washed?

    It is not possible to clean or disinfect disposable masks by washing or airing them.  Disposable medical face masks are for single use only.  After use, it should be removed using appropriate techniques (i.e. pull out the elastic ear straps or ties from the back without touching the front) and immediately discarded in a covered bin, followed by hand hygiene.

    10) What is the best mask that protects against the Covid 19 epidemic?

    Respiratory protective masks used in virus outbreaks;  FFP-1, FFP-2 and FFP-3 type masks provide gradual protection.  While FFP-1 is used in low-level outbreaks, FFP-2 is preferred for a higher level.  FFP-3 is the mask that provides the highest level of protection.  On the other hand, N95 type FFP-2 type masks are among the most preferred.  The Ministry of Health announced that respiratory protective masks (N95 / FFP2) should be used by healthcare workers in possible / certain cases of COVID-19.  The mask to be used for patients and those who want to be protected from disease is a surgical mask.

    11) Does the use of masks by the majority of the people prevent the epidemic?

    Studies on influenza, influenza-like diseases and human coronaviruses provide evidence showing that the spread of infectious droplets from infected person to another and the possibility of these droplets contaminating the environment can be prevented by the use of medical masks.

    12) What is the purpose of using masks?

    Masks are used to protect against viruses by preventing the inhalation of droplets emitted by sick people by coughing or sneezing by other individuals in the environment.

    13) Do valve / vented masks protect against epidemic well?

    Some of the N95 masks have a one-way valve.  Although there is filtering in the valve mask while breathing in, the valve opens while exhaling and the air goes out without being filtered.  This does not work in preventing the spread of the epidemic.  Because masks are also important to prevent a person who does not know that he / she is sick from transmitting the virus to others.

    14) Do cloth and fabric (knitted) masks provide protection?

    It cannot be said that such masks provide sufficient protection.  Even if the worst mask is better than being without a mask, it is important to remember that masks that do not consist of several layers and are not worn properly do not reduce the risk of developing or transmitting the disease.

    15) Which masks do not protect?

    Also known as Japanese pitta masks, these types of masks do not have a filter layer.  According to research, pitta masks, which have achieved 99% success in filtering pollen and dust particles, cannot show the same success against the corona virus.

    Since paper masks do not have a filter layer, they do not provide any protection against the corona virus, which can also be transmitted by air.  Paper masks, where there is almost no difference between wearing or not, do not prevent sick people from spreading the virus.

    At the same time, cloth masks do not have sufficient confidence to protect the person from the incoming virus.

    16) What should be considered when using a mask?

    The front part of the medical mask that covers the nose, mouth and chin should never be touched.  If the medical mask becomes dirty, moist or torn during use, it must be replaced with a new one.  If touched accidentally, hands should be washed for at least 20 seconds with water and normal soap or rubbed with an alcohol-containing hand antiseptic.  Medical masks should never be used jointly.

    17) What should be used masks?

    Even if the used medical mask is thought to be contaminated, it should never be reused.  The mask should be removed without touching the front part of the nose, mouth and chin where heavy soiling occurs.  If it is elastic, it can be removed by holding the elastic bands behind the ear.  The thread is removed by first untying the lower threads in the nape area, then the upper threads at the back of the head.  Thus, the mask is prevented from falling off.  The removed mask is held by its rubbers or ropes and thrown into the garbage and the garbage is kept closed continuously.