Scrub Suits, Disposable

Definition : Scrub suits that are intended for single use and are usually worn by nurses, surgeons, and other medical personnel during medical procedures. Disposable scrub suits are usually one or two pieces of apparel, a full body suit or a shirt and pants, and are typically made from nonwoven paper or plastic materials. Disposable scrub suits are mainly intended to provide a clean barrier in sterile environments and other clinical treatment environments such as emergency rooms, labor and delivery areas, and intensive care units. To prevent people from carrying infectious materials on their clothing into these environments, medical and facilities personnel, as well as visitors, are often required to change into clean scrub suits before entering the area. Some healthcare facilities also require the wearer to change out of the used scrub suit before leaving certain areas of the facility to help prevent the spread of infectious materials out of those areas. Disposable scrub suits are typically worn during one procedure and then discarded.

Entry Terms : "Bunny Suits" , "Disposable Scrub Suits" , "Coveralls, Disposable" , "Surgical Jumpsuit/Coveralls"

UMDC code : 13526

U.S.companies only
Suppress Subsidiary Companies

No results at this time.


Sign Up for Free e-newsletters

Medical Product Guide OBG Management Product Zone