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scrub ban

Bjorn, Pret trauma-list@trauma.org
Fri, 11 Apr 2003 09:23:02 -0400


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You guys get to wear cloaks?  Leading-edge fashion, that.
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Or is this some form of cloakuialism?
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Pret Bjorn, RN, etc.
Shirt-and-tie guy.

-----Original Message-----
From: t.ninke@gmx.at [  <mailto:T.ninke@gmx.at> mailto:T.ninke@gmx.at]
Sent: Thursday, April 10, 2003 2:41 PM
To: trauma.org
Subject: RE: scrub ban



Have been working in an ICU in my summer holidays to earn some money =
for
medical school. Policy is: leave the ICU to bring some stuff to the lab =
wear
a cloak. Leave the ICU for lunch, change scrubs. Get caught in not =
doing so,
means you are fired. Sounds pretty fair to me.
But last week while sitting at the campus in a medical school in =
Austria
(where I=B4m studying), I watched a doc strolling around, outdoor, =
wearing
green OP-scrubs, surgical-cap & , very cooly, a surgical mask around =
his
neck. Is this the university style?
Anyone from Austria who wants to comment on this?



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