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blue sky now offers Burgundy Scrubs
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Apr '10
Recently, many hospitals have made a shift in uniform requirements and blue sky scrubs is working to accommodate the many requests from nurses, doctors, and medical personnel who need to wear a designated color but still want the quality, look, and feel of the scrubs for which the Texas retailer has become known. Having the ability to distinguish between nurses, doctors, and other staff is key in a hospital setting. Departments are often characterized by the color of their uniforms. An increased request for burgundy (also called maroon, wine, merlot, scarlet, and crimson, to name a few) were noted by the manufacturer, so blue sky scrubs accommodated the requests.

Hospitals have made these changes not only for the patient's benefit, but also for the benefit of the staff. Choosing a nursing uniform is part of a medical professional's career that has immediate effects on those they work with as well as those they work around. For example, in emergency situations, the new requirement to wear color coordinated nursing scrubs can immediately give nurses and their colleagues a visual cue, alerting them to who they can call on for assistance even if they don't know their coworkers.

At most hospitals, as long as the color is correct, the brand is the decision of the employee. With their popularity increasing, blue sky scrubs is the number one choice for many in the medical field. Their scrubs are made of the highest quality material which is extremely resistant to stains and wrinkles, yet remains soft and comfortable, all the while maintaining longevity so that they are not in need of constant replacing. The scrub bottoms sit at the hips, have a color-coordinated draw-string waist, slightly flared legs, and pockets with designer stitching. The scrub tops are tapered at the waist with a subtle flare at the hips, which avoids the “boxy” look that so many nurses dislike. The scrub top also has a designer-stitched pocket.

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