Scrubs

[clothing] Scrubs are the shirts and trousers or gowns worn by surgeons, midwives and other operating room personnel when sterilizing themselves, or `scrubbing in`, before surgery. In the United Kingdom, they are sometimes known as Theatre Blues. They are designed to be simple with minimal places for contaminants to hide, easy to launder, a...
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Scrubs

Scrubs: A protective garment designed to be worn by the doctor, nurse, and others in the operating room. The garment was originally a gown. Scrubs now include the shirt and pants worn by those who scrub in for surgery. The wearing of scrubs extends outside surgery in some hospitals and clinics. It is a fashion statement to wear scrubs outside, as t...
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