Male Nurse Scrubs - page 2

by uwaRN13 | 4,798 Views | 16 Comments

For all you male nurses out there, I was wondering if any of you wear your scrubs tucked in? Personally I think it looks professional. I really haven't seen many male nurses that wear their scrubs tucked in. The only area I have... Read More


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    Definitely scrubs gives a professional look; in every hospital or medical care center we have found the use of scrubs which helps to recognize the health care professional very easily. Personally we detect a health care professional from his or her dress code and scrubs is specially design for medical professionals.
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    Quote from barryrichardson
    Definitely scrubs gives a professional look; in every hospital or medical care center we have found the use of scrubs which helps to recognize the health care professional very easily. Personally we detect a health care professional from his or her dress code and scrubs is specially design for medical professionals.
    Whatchoo mean "we"? Looks like it was lifted. As a student you should be aware that cutting/pasting someone else's work without a citation is plagiarism.

    And I disagree that scrubs give a professional look. These days so many people wear scrubs that it really doesn't tell you anything.
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    Quote from emtb2rn
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    And I disagree that scrubs give a professional look. These days so many people wear scrubs that it really doesn't tell you anything.
    I agree. All the employee's at my vets office wear scrubs.

    While where I work we do have colored scrubs for different job positions (RN are royal blue, lab is hunter green, radiology is black, techs are ceil blue, and many other colors for other positions) patients do not know what the colors mean. Then you have docs that wear whatever color they want.
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    Quote from Nalon1 RN/EMT-P
    ...patients do not know what the colors mean.
    Color-coding isn't for the patients; it's for the staff who have to respond to units they aren't necessarily familiar with, such as rapid response. If I'm called up from the ED, or am dropping off a patient transported on the monitor, it's really convenient to me to know what someone's job is by looking at the color of their scrubs.
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    Men's shirts shouldn't be tucked in unless your wearing a belt or in the NHL.
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    I'm in RN school and I could never see tucking in those big pockets into my scrub pants. I personally think it would look silly. If they are OR scrubs, then yes I can see tucking them in as an option, because they do not have the big pockets attached to them.
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    I only wear scrub tops that have those pockets at the bottom. Working M/S-Tele-SDU/PCU, I always end up carrying so many supplies around with me that the extra pockets are useful. Plus with all the bending over and crouching involved in the job, I think that anything that got tucked in would come out anyway.


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