Scrubs Top Mens to XS to 5XL & Ladies 6 to 24
- V- Neck top, set in sleeves,
- side vents,
- size indentify colour loop sewn next to main label
- 65% Cotton / 35% Polyester
- 4 Lower pockets, key loop above lower pocket opening, reinforced pocket openings
- Classic fit
These professional care Scrubs are designed to add comfort to your day with multiple added features and the ability to be laundered industrially if required.
Scrubs Top Mens to 5XL & Ladies to 24 – Medical or Beauty Industry
Originally, operating room attire was white to emphasize cleanliness. However, the combination of bright operating lights and an all-white environment led to eye strain for the surgeon and staff. By the 1950s and 1960s, most hospitals had abandoned white operating room apparel in favor of various shades of green, which provided a high-contrast environment, reduced eye fatigue, and made bright red blood splashes less conspicuous.[clarification needed]
By the 1970s, surgical attire had largely reached its modern state—a short-sleeve V-necked shirt and drawstring pants or a short-sleeve calf-length dress, made of a cotton or cotton/polyester blend. Over this was worn a tie-back or bouffant-style cloth cap, a gauze or synthetic textile mask, a cloth or synthetic surgical gown, latex gloves, and supportive closed-toe shoes. This uniform was originally known as “surgical greens” because of its color, but came to be called “scrubs” because it was worn in a “scrubbed” environment.