Surgeon’s Coat

Quick Overview

The coat is worn when there is a risk of contact of the healthcare worker’s skin with a patient’s broken skin, extensive skin to skin contact (e.g. lifting a patient with scabies or non-intact skin), or a risk of contact with blood and body substances (e.g. vomiting, uncontrolled faecal matter)

SPECIFICATION DETAILS
Fabric 65% Polyester, 35% Cotton.
Colour Shades of green, blue and white

The coat is worn when there is a risk of contact of the healthcare worker’s skin with a patient’s broken skin, extensive skin to skin contact (e.g. lifting a patient with scabies or non-intact skin), or a risk of contact with blood and body substances (e.g. vomiting, uncontrolled faecal matter)