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Hospital Wear And Uniforms Our pool of dedicated and experienced professionals meticulously design our exclusive Hospital Wear And Uniforms that comprises- Hospital Aprons, Hospital ,Nurse, Uniform and Doctor Coat. These have classic design and are very comfortable to wear, easy to wash, color fastened and available in customized form.
Nurses, have been directed by their union not to attend to coronavirus patients unless they are provided with full-head covering ,protective clothing,. The Malta Union of Midwives and ,Nurses, said ,nurses, and medical personnel dealing with Covid-19 patients should be issued with coveralls.
A study of non-pregnant and pregnant female nurses . Female nurses who administer antineoplastic drugs – medications used to treat cancer – don’t always wear protective clothing, according to a new NIOSH study external icon published online in the American Journal of Nursing, accompanied by a video abstract external icon.
This study examined the hypothesis that the wearing of plastic aprons during direct patient contact would reduce significantly the number of bacteria carried on ,nurses,' uniforms, and therefore reduce the probability of the transmission of nosocomial infections. Current nursing practices and overall …