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Ebola is Back

Just a short year ago, the Ebola virus raised its ugly head. Because there’s no vaccine and little treatment for this virus, fatalities are frequent. It sent fear rippling throughout the world. You can’t breathe a sigh of relief yet because Ebola isn’t on the backburner. Another American healthcare worker in Sierra Leone has contracted Ebola. The name and gender of the infected person hasn’t been released. But, we do know that they have been flown to Maryland for treatment. […]

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Hospitals Braced for Ebola and Other Infectious Diseases

  Along with the beautiful autumn color comes an increase in colds, flu and other contagious diseases. In addition, people often choose fall for elective surgeries, further elevating exposure to viruses and illnesses.  It’s obvious to me that Ebola has heightened awareness of virus precautions for medical professionals, hospitals and rehab centers.  How do I know? Lots of requests rolling in for scrubs that can be sanitized. Hospitals are prepping their staff for Ebola and inflammatory disease preparedness. Sanitizing medical […]

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Infectious Disease Safety Precautions for Healthcare Workers

Sterilized Scrubs The United States Centers for Disease Control (CDC) calls Ebola a “painful, dreadful, merciless virus”. While no one is immune from contracting this disease, healthcare workers have an increased risk of contracting Ebola. Sterilization techniques and precautions are vital for every person in the healthcare industry that is in contact with potential Ebola patients.   Precautions for healthcare workers include:  Isolating patients who exhibit symptoms or have been exposed to Ebola. Wearing protective clothing when treating or working with […]

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The ONLY Medical Scrubs That Can Be Sterilized

Today, we’re faced with Ebola and many other fatal viruses. How scary is that? What can we do to protect ourselves? One way we can make a critical difference in our lives is patient and medical hospital scrubs. Material that can be sterilized in chorine and resist contamination is a must to protect ourselves against contagious viruses.  To protect the population, it is important that all scrubs be sturdy enough to ensure multiple washings and resist body fluids. HHMT  (Hinson […]

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