Animal Scrubs To Die For
Release your inner animal and wear some animal print scrubs at work. Our range of scrub tops allows everyone to indulge their love of jungle, farmyard and cartoon animals.
Hospital, dental and veterinary workers are all turning to scrubs as an easy care, durable, comfortable uniform. Scrubs can withstand repeated wearing and washing without fading.
They are cheap to replace and bring a colourful vibe to the surgery or clinic. Plus, men’s print scrub tops allow the wearer to express themselves. You would naturally expect a vet to wear a scrub top decorated with pawprints, or an x-ray technician to wear one with bones, skulls or skeletons.
Maybe a surgeon would choose an action comic print, or the Pink Panther.
Men’s print scrub uniforms are ideal for places where staff never quite know what’s going to happen next.
They are popular with A&E teams, maternity and paediatric nurses and support staff as well as being the uniform of choice for operating theatre staff. Asking staff to don scrubs when they arrive at work helps with infection control, as it minimises the risk of damage to their own clothes.
Animal print scrubs in an intensive care unit help bring a touch of humanity to an area often dominated by beeping machinery. For porters and materials handling teams, these colourful print scrubs uniforms are comfortable for the manual handling their jobs entail, although safety shoes might be mandated instead of the commonly worn clogs.
These days the dress codes in many clinical environments are being relaxed in favour of scrubs.
Even the London Marathon has been asked to review its criteria for what constitutes running in fancy dress as a nurse or doctor due to the prevalence of scrubs. Long sleeve shirts and ties are fine for those doctors who still maintain consulting rooms, but when they step into the clinical areas of the hospital they will be expected to wear clinically correct clothing.
That means short sleeves, open neck, drawstring or elastic trousers and shoes which can be easily cleaned. In some environments, the wearing of anything metal is banned on safety grounds, and this is where scrubs come into their own.
In an operating theatre, plain scrubs are often used to denote the differing responsibilities the team members have. The lead member of each team often has a different colour scrub hat for easy identification. A colourful animal print scrub top would perform the same function and allow the wearer to express their individuality as well.