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Unmatched in fit, softness, quality, ergonomics, comfort and performance.
Medelita created a unique drirelease® with FreshGuard® fabric ideal for medical scrubs. This technically advanced performance fabric pulls moisture away from your skin and dries incredibly fast. And the comfort level is outstanding - supremely soft with a lightly brushed finish in a weight that's not too thin/not too thick. We're also proud to boast our scrub fabric resists pilling, wrinkling, fading and shrinking, while also preventing odors - all for the lifetime of the garment.
- Keeps you dry by wicking moisture away from your skin.
- Dries faster than other performance fabrics or cotton.
- Won't wash out and lasts the lifetime of Medelita scrubs.
- Performance features that are environmentally friendly.
- FreshGuard® naturally prevents odors.
- No fading. No pilling. No wrinkling. No shrinkage.
- The perfect scrub fabric - both in comfort and performance.
How drirelease® with FreshGuard® improves your scrubs
What Your Colleagues Say
"The colors and the quality of the fabric stay the same, wash after wash. I have been wearing your scrubs for more than a year, and they get washed every week.They still look brand new!"
Julie Pearson, DVM -Medelita Women's Scrub Top
"As an Emergency Medicine physician,I live in my scrubs.They are an essential part of my work day. I bought 5 pairs and enjoy working more comfortably with the Medelita scrubs. It truly is a great product."
Mark J.K. Dalton, MD, FACEPP -Medelita Men's Scrub Top
"I feel more efficient and prepared when the only thought I give to my scrubs ishow great they are!"
Sarah Bragdon, MD -Medelita Women's Scrub Pants
"Wearing is believing.Once you wear them, you will understand the difference."
Ari Saeedi, RDH -Medelita Women's Scrub Top
From The Blog
New statistics show that 41% of consumers agreed that information on social media would affect their decision in choosing a particular doctor, hospital, or private practice. Almost a third of consumers say that they discuss health issues online using social media. Over 75% of patients say that they expect a response from healthcare providers within 24 hours of making a request through social media. When it comes to healthcare information, over 40% of consumers modify the way they deal with their health based on information they found on social media. This effect is amplified for millennials within the ages of 18-24, 90% of whom say that they would trust medical information shared by others in their social network. Although they seem to occupy two very different spheres of life, healthcare and social media are unarguably intertwined—but what does this mean for those who work with patients in the healthcare industry?
Whether its for a birthday, a holiday, or just a little something special to show someone that you care, here are some gift ideas for the nurse in your life! With gifts for every size budget, you will surely find something on this list that will put a smile on their face.
Although she was mentally slow, Rosemary Kennedy was sweet natured throughout her childhood and the Kennedys went to great lengths to hide her apparent disabilities. But by her early twenties her disposition began to change and she became extremely volatile, swinging into violent fits of rage and temper tantrums. This was unacceptable for Joseph Kennedy, who had lofty ambitions for his family and would not tolerate weakness. In 1941 when Rosemary was 23 years old, the proud patriarch of the Kennedy clan authorized a prefrontal lobotomy to calm his daughter down and control her mood swings. It became obvious right away that the lobotomy was a failure. It did stop Rosemary’s violent temper tantrums, but it also left her incontinent and unable to walk, with the mental abilities of a two-year-old. She was immediately institutionalized and spent the rest of her life at St Coletta School for Exceptional Children, where she was cared for by nuns until her death at age 86. After her botched lobotomy...