Communicable Diseases Have Returned


By Ken Buben, President, FancyScrubs.com

Medical professionals please take note that measles are making a comeback in the United States. This is really a very sad state of affairs that for years measles were eradicated in the United States through vaccines and diligence.

This last outbreak to the United States shores appears to be from overseas and then spread throughout hospitals and ER’s who were treating these patients.

The only way that this disease can spread is through contact. It has to stop now before it becomes an epidemic.  This year’s cases are double the average of a normal year and it is only the month of May.

I don’t understand why doctors, nurses and all health care providers do not protect themselves and their patients by not wearing high technology germ killing scrubs and lab coats.

Fluid Repellant Lab Coats

Protect With Fluid Repellant Lab Coat

This new technology repels all bodily fluids and also kills germs with a quaternary chloride which kills germs in a matter of minutes instead of hours.

I am so passionate about this product that can save hundreds of thousands of dollars in malpractice suits and the loss of a loved one who obtained a contagious disease from an ER or a hospital.

In closing I love this technology and was always fascinated with the technology of clothing. My late Uncle actually developed the stitch that was the protege of the first space flight.  God bless you Uncle John.

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About hightechnologyscrubs

I own and operate an online store that specializes in nursing scrubs, nursing uniforms, lab coats and clogs. The website includes New Balance, Gelscrubs, Jockey, Cherokee, Trend, White Swan, and the product line I am most proud of is a protecting fluid repelling scrub line from Vestex.
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