SICAM's Response to Coronavirus

Terms & Conditions

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If your organization has a need but not the resources to purchase these items please email us at and we will try to connect you with a donor. Anyone interested in supporting these organizations with a donation please email us at We will be donating what we can to help protect the people in our community. For information on the HP Manufacturing network visit the HP COVHID-19 Website.


Face Shield

We are manufacturing the Avid designed face shield. This design is very lightweight  and comfortable to wear. It meets USP Class 1. The clear shield snaps on to the frame and can be replaced. The frame can be autoclaved and sterilized for reuse. Available in different packaged quantities. 


Stopgap Face Mask

The Stopgap Face Mask was created as an emergency action in effort to protect people by providing backup PPE options if the standard PPE has become unavailable. This device has not gone through the same regulatory approval process as standard PPE.

The Stopgap Face Mask consists of two main components (the mask body and the filter cover) and contains features for attaching two elastic straps and receiving a patch of filter material. It is recommended that the rectangular filter patch and elastic straps are disposed of after every use of this device. The remaining parts of the plastic mask can be disinfected using common disinfecting solutions or sterilized and reused.

Being investigated for manufacturing.

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Mask Adjuster

Helps relieve ear pain for hospital staff who need to wear masks for long periods of time.

The adjuster was joint designed/optimized by Peak Sport Products Co. and HP based on inputs from doctors and nurses in the field.

Being investigated for manufacturing.

Wrist Cover

Currently, some hospital staff need to use two gloves in order to fully cover the part of their arms that could get exposed between the end of a lab coat sleeve and the end of a glove: One interior glove to close the end of the sleeve of the lab coat, and then a disposable glove on top of the interior glove. This sterilizable wrist cover device was designed based on feedback from hospital staff, who were looking for a way to cover the exposed skin on their arm, whilst minimizing the number of gloves that are used unnecessarily, as these are currently in short supply.

Being Investigated for manufacturing.