Researchers have known for years the importance of sterilizing medical equipment and washing hands. Studies showed that hospital textiles were likely contributors to the transmission of pathogens, but for decades, there was little to be done to fix the problem.
Raley Scrubs, we know patients need healthcare workers, despite the fact that
workers' uniforms could contribute to hospital infections. The germy uniforms,
worn for an 8-hour or longer work day, can be easily contaminated, and an easy
source of mobility for bacteria.Recently, however, researchers have found a way
to combat that challenge, thanks to the creation of fabrics designed to prevent
contamination.Today, scrubs crafted with antimicrobial fabrics are preventing
the spread of the bacteria that causes Staph, Salmonella, E. Coli, and
methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) in hospitals.