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(1) The doctor’s ‘robe’
(2) A popular term for any health care professional who, in performing his or her duties, dons a white coat

white coat

1. A popular term for any health care professional who, in performing his/her duties, dons a white coat.
2. The physician's robe.
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Additionally, the correct PPE should always be worn, such as lab coats that offer both FR properties and chemical-splash protection (CP).
According to studies and research, the lab coats could transmit contagious diseases.
Butler, a second-year medical student at the university, and her associates diluted MRSA, VRE, and PRA and inoculated them onto swatches of one clean, cotton medical lab coat.
Unlike many of the sophisticated, white lab coat R&D projects that will make up the country's expected $312 Billion R&D effort this year, your efforts yield results right now.
Now that Kinsey has been exposed as a bit of a libertine beneath his lab coat, and that view has been popularized by a film and a novel--both written by Kinsey admirers to boot--conservatives may think they have the perfect fodder to debunk Kinsey's work and legacy.
Of course, in addition, it's a critical health and safety requirement to wear a lab coat but I like to wear a suit underneath, similar to my other male colleagues, to set an example within the working environment.
The student had followed all health and safety procedures and was wearing a lab coat and goggles.
A few years ago, Britain barred ties, lab coats, jewellery on the hands and wrists and long fingernails in the workplace because of the risk of infection and research shows that bacteria from a white cotton lab coat can cause infection just minutes after touching the skin.
com)-- Sassy Scrubs, a medical scrub uniform manufacturer located in Upstate New York, had the pleasure of making the perfect "water themed" Lab Coat for "Dr.
Four mornings a week, she sits in a spotless room in a lab coat, chews gum, and talks about how it tastes.
So when Stroud received a package from a Minnesota park ranger containing the frozen carcass of a gray wolf, he suited up with latex gloves and a lab coat to perform a necropsy, or animal autopsy.