A Suggested Design for Nurse Scrubs
Picture a meeting between the makers of nurse scrubs and representatives of “Infectious Awareables.” Imagine those present at such a meeting focusing their attention on a set of surgical skull caps. What colors and figures might appear on the studied nurse scrubs?
One of the surgical skull caps now available to operating room nurses is a totally black head cover. Nurses who choose to order such a cap ask for the cap with this name: “Phat Cats Black Surgical Skull Cap.” Other caps come in varied colors. They display different types of abstract designs, and they are sold under various names.
A group that had chosen to study nurse scrubs might examine a Czarina surgical skull cap, a Bp monogram surgical skull cap and a Money, Money, Money surgical skull cap. The members of such a group might also spend time looking at a Phat Louis surgical skull cap and a Phat Jewels surgical skull cap.
If a member of that cap-study group happened to be familiar with the designs on Infectious Awareables, then one or more of those designs might well be suggested as a new design for a colorful line of surgical skull caps. The designs that now appear on Infectious Awareables seem to belong on at least a few articles of nurse scrubs.
What operating room doctor would not smile at the sight of a surgical skull cap that had on it the design of the bacterium known as H. pylori? The makers of Infectious Awareables have managed to weave the shape of that bacterium into both a red and navy design and a black and red design. That design could well be put on some surgical skull caps.
A good doctor makes every effort to prevent his or her patient from getting an infection while in the hospital. An operating room physician would no doubt take note of a surgical cap that bore the design of the bacterium that is responsible for “Staph” infections. The makers of Infectious Awareables can weave the shape of that bacterium into either a burgundy and gold design or a navy and blue design.
Today, doctors have to worry about the appearance of a new type of bacterium, one called “MRSA.” That bacterium resists the majority of antibiotic treatments. The makers of Infectious Awareables have woven the image of that bacterium into a garnet and auric design. Such a design seems to belong on a surgical skull cap.
Operating room personnel might well enjoy guessing at the type of infectious agent in yet another of the Infectious Awareables’ designs. It is a unique type of infectious agent, one that has been woven into both a yellow and red design and a burgundy and dark red design. It is the prion that causes Mad Cow disease.
If the makers of nurse scrubs are not in need of lots of color, then they might also want to put anthrax on some surgical skull caps. The makers of Infectious Awareables have created a black and gray design that features the bacterium that causes anthrax infections.