Medical gloves are used in hospitals, medical, or healthcare settings offering protection to the wearer against bodily fluids, bloodborne pathogens, bacteria, and other harmful particles. Medical gloves are available in different materials ranging from vinyl, latex, and nitrile. With further classification such as sterile, non-sterile, powdered, and powder-free, choosing the right medical examination gloves can be a difficult task. According to their job description professionals ranging from doctors, surgeons, caregivers, nurses, dentists, and lab technicians are required to wear exam gloves or surgical gloves. Each glove is meant for specific tasks while protecting the wearer. One important thing to keep in mind while selecting medical gloves is the glove material. Many professionals choose nitrile gloves and avoid using latex medical gloves because many medical professionals and patients suffer from latex-related skin allergies. Nitrile gloves do not pose an allergy risk and are quite durable. They are designed to be more puncture and chemical resistant, apt for different tasks in professional areas as well as personal.