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Scrubs are a familiar site in hospital corridors and in surgical suites. In fact, they're the official "uniform" for surgeons, surgical nurses and surgical assistants. Scrubs are easy to launder, inexpensive and designed simply with fewer places for germs to hide. They're comfortable to wear too. Many hospital employees wear a scrub jacket over their scrubs. However, scrubs and scrub jackets aren't just for medical staff. Medical personnel at outpatient clinics may also require this type of attire.

Choosing a Scrub Jacket

At one time, scrubs were pure white in color as a symbol of cleanliness. They now come in a variety of colors. Some of the most popular colors are navy and light blue. Scrubs come in a variety of patterns too, although solid scrubs are still the most popular. Scrub jackets, designed to be placed over scrub tops and pants, are also available in a variety of colors and patterns. Some hospitals use scrub colors to differentiate between different types of hospital personnel while some have a more relaxed policy, allowing personnel to choose scrub colors and patterns based on their personal preference.

What's the purpose of wearing a scrub jacket? The problem with basic scrubs, consisting of a short sleeve scrub top and drawstring tie scrub pants, is they lack pockets. This makes it hard to carry around the things you need like a pager, medical instruments and pens. Scrub jackets are a solution to that problem. They typically have one or more pockets. There's another benefit to wearing a scrub jacket. The temperature inside a hospital is often cool. Some personnel get cold wearing scrubs alone. Scrub jackets add an additional layer of material. Plus, you can snap them shut for extra warmth and comfort.

Unisex scrubs jackets come in several colors including white. These roomy and comfortable jackets are made of a combination of cotton and polyester. The cotton gives them a natural feel and breathability while the polyester resists wrinkling. This makes them easy to wear and care for. The front of the jacket snaps together and has two generous lower pockets for carrying things around.

Unisex warm-up ladies scrubs with knit cuffs are also available. These scrub jackets are comfy and roomy, a convenient and fashionable way to cover a scrub top and pants. Two generous-sized lower pockets are within a hand's reach to hold whatever supplies you may require. Knit cuffs at the end of the sleeves hold the fabric securely against the wrists to keep the sleeves out of your way when you're working. You can wear them open or close them using the front snaps. The polyester/cotton material makes these jackets easy to care for and resistant to wrinkles. You can choose from several different colors and prints.

Scrubs and scrub jackets are simply designed yet light and comfortable to wear. For convenience, keep several different pairs of scrubs and scrub jackets on hand. There are a number of styles and colors to choose from so you can look professional and be comfortable at the same time.

This summary is intended for general informational purposes only, and should not be interpreted as specific medical advice. You should read product labels. In addition, if you are taking medications, herbs, or other supplements you should consult with a qualified healthcare provider before taking any over-the-counter medication as they may interact with other medications, herbs, and nutritional products. If you have a medical condition, including if you are pregnant or nursing, you should speak to your physician before taking these products. Consult a healthcare provider immediately if you experience side effects.