http://www.blueskyscrubs.com/categories/Scrubs/Scrubs-for-Men/ utilize Teflon coated wrinkle resistant cotton for their scrubs and mens lab coats.
Blue Sky Scrubs is the brain child of Dr. Shelby Marquardt, an anesthesiologist who wanted to add some color to the drab scrub hats worn in the operating room. She designed her own scrub hat and soon she was spending her free time sewing scrub hats for other employees who found the different patterns more interesting. Blue Sky Scrubs was born.
Hospital and medical office uniforms have to be loose but comfortable with convenient pockets. They are usually wrinkle resistant and easy to launder. Except for operating room scrubs which have to stay in the OR and may not be worn elsewhere, most employees wear their scrub pants and tops as regular work attire. This has given rise to creative design and brighter colors than the old plain green and blue. Health care providers who work with children, for instance, now have various kid friendly designs to choose from. Dental office assistants can have tooth and toothbrush motifs if they tire of the white uniform. Yes, fashion is coming to health care.
This blog is a collection of musings about things that interest me. The opinions are my own. While I try my best to be accurate and ensure accurate links to relevant sites, I may make honest mistakes, hopefully few and far between. I intend no harm to anyone. I welcome comments but please be kind and observe a no profanity ethic. This site may contain paid content but this in no way affects the honesty and spirit of the writing. I do not collect personal information or insert cookies in reader's computers. Blog posts belong to me. Content may be copied and distributed (but not modified), as long as my authorship is acknowledged with a link back to the content page. Photos are either mine or obtained from free sites. I make an effort to track and acknowledge the owner but this is often not possible. If you are the owner of photos on this site, please contact me. As life is a continually changing process, this blog is a work in progress.