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I think it depends on the style of scrubs and the body type of the person. I also wear the ones with 2 lower pockets, so they are non-tuckable (I also have a body type that does not do tucked, lol). I've seen thinner people, males and females, with tops with only a chest pocket and they tuck and look great. It also depends on the type of pants...don't tuck with a gathered elastic waistband, go with drawstring.
I've been looking for an answer on this in the AORN policies....whether you are supposed to tuck due to skin shedding or not...our new director states that you are supposed to citing AORN policy...but I haven't found that particular one yet....anyone else know? I see that long sleeves are...but have found nothing on tucking (I don't have the body to tuck anymore).....thanks!