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does anyone wear the super short sleeved scrubs?

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I've seen them in pictures on ads but I've never been able to find them. I think they're so cute and make you look much more awake and active!

Crux1024

Specializes in Cardiac Telemetry, Emergency, SAFE.

..ive never seen them on real people...unless you count "the Todd" on the TV show Scrubs..he rips the sleeves off...:) Very professional....lol

StNeotser, ASN, RN

Has 10 years experience.

Hee hee! The first thing I thought about was "The Todd" too!

I don't wear them as my upper arms aren't that toned, despite pulling people up in bed, transferring etc for the past five years. :wink2:

norcalRNstudent

Specializes in ER. Has 1 years experience.

That awful surgeon on Dr. 90210 always wears them. Makes me want to gag- Like I want to see my surgeons armpits-BLECH!!!:lol2:

That awful surgeon on Dr. 90210 always wears them. Makes me want to gag- Like I want to see my surgeons armpits-BLECH!!!:lol2:

:lol2: Okay, I almost just spit out my drink. :lol2:

Unprofessional, in my opinion. Like the others said: do my patients really need to see my armpits?!

Not "cute and active"....LOL, they get that by seeing me at work in my normal scrubs!

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here's an example but i can't find these anywhere

RNperdiem, RN

Has 14 years experience.

Try looking up Dickies scrubs on line. Their hip flip collection has some shorter sleeved scrub tops. I think they look best on young, thin figures. I would call those cap sleeves rather than sleeveless. I was thinking of tank tops.

HAAaa!!! I thought of that narcisist (sp?) Dr. Rey on Dr 90210 too!!!!! I think he has his scrubs tailored so he can show off his arms that he is so proud of. But all I can think of is hairy pits!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Pneumothorax, BSN, RN

Specializes in Critical Care, Emergency Medicine, Flight.

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here's an example but i can't find these anywhere

well doesnt shee look happy:lol2:

oh and hahaha at the TOdd reference

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