How on earth can you figure being allowed to wear ANY gown "from room to room" and "from patient to patient" without an infection control nightmare on your hands?
Maybe I'm misunderstanding, but it's irrelevant what KIND of gown you're using, it must be removed after each and every patient. The procedure room staff keep their gowns on until the patient is removed to recovery, at which time they remove their gowns, drop them in the laundry bin, and then wash. When the next patient is wheeled in and ready to go, they then don a fresh gown....rinse/repeat.
We don't use gowns in the recovery areas, as there is no expectation of soiling/splatter. Gloves, yes, and good precautions.
I don't know that surveyors care what kind of gown, as long as it's properly used and laundered/disposed of. HOW you're changing them is much more important than the material.
On a side note....I thought you were running a poll about gowns, but....?