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ProductsThe Two-Piece Apron - Female
Company Pulse Medical Inc.
Item The Two-Piece Apron - Female
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Description When full protection is necessary, the Two-Piece should be your choice. Two pieces add to your comfort through more efficient distribution of weight and provide greater flexibility. The vest comes with shoulder pads and the skirt has hanging loops as well as an attached belt to tighten the waist
Info Pulse Medical Inc.
Customer Service: (800) 342-5973
Web site: http://www.rci-pulsemed.com

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