Plastic glove having a trigger finger and provided with lateral receptacles and related method and tooling
September 16, 1997
A material for removing human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and its related substances from blood, plasma, or other body fluids is provided. The material comprises a porous substrate on which sulfuric group substantially in the form of a salt is immobilized. A convenient removal of HIV and its related substances at a high efficiency is enabled by the use of the material.