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Long Lab Coats - Better Protection Long lab coats come in a variety of styles to fit every day needs of nurses, doctors, veterinarians, medical students, dental personnel, pharmacy technicians and laboratory technicians. The reason many of lab coats are longer is for better protection against spills, splashes and other messes that go along with these jobs. Women don't have to give up their femininity to hide behind a long lab coat. Many manufacturers have designed lab coats with women in mind. They have made pleats and darts in the back in order to shape your figure. There are lab coats that have a jeweled neckline and knitted cuffs on the sleeves and these other formfitting to help accentuate your figure. There are also long lab coats with embroidery on the collars and sleeves or eyelet lace on the collar and sleeves. Today there are more pockets in the long lab coat's then there were several years ago. Many of these long lab coats come with a cell phone pocket and either three to six pockets to carry all of your necessary tools of the trade. These pockets are often roomy and stitched on the outside for more security. Several of these long lab coats have an inside pocket to keep your wallet or other private items in addition to the one or two chest pockets. In addition to the pockets is often one or two slits on the side of the long lab coats so you can put your hand into your own pants or as for pockets without having to lift up the long lab coat. Long lab coats look more professional than the shorter lab coats for many qualified persons who use them. And protection is one of the reasons workers such as lab technicians; pharmacy technicians and veterinarian use the longer lab coats versus the shorter ones. Chemicals, medications such as syrups, animals that spray and a whole host of other things that can go wrong will go wrong if you're wearing a short lab coat, so the protection of a long lab coat is worth the little extra you pay for it. Long lab coats also come in other colors, not just the white lab coats. The most popular color is the dark blue, mostly for veterinarian technicians because it hides the dirt well. There are other colors such as magenta, light colors such as yellows and various shades of green and powder blue for dental offices or children's hospitals or even adult wards where they want to brighten up things. Patients will be more relaxed and more receptive to shots and IVs and other procedures when they're looking at a person who is dressed in a light color versus a stark white long lab coat. There are unisex long lab coats that look good on both men and women and run between 40 inches and 50 inches in length. They normally have anywhere from three to six pockets and as of lately come with a cell phone pocket and a hidden inside pocket. The cell phone pocket comes in very handy because it keeps it separated from the rest of the items in your pocket. Many medical students, nurses and doctors often carry pocket-size medical dictionaries and therefore the pockets are very roomy. Rick is working as a business consultant for an online nursing uniforms & lab coat store Pulse Uniform if you need to see the latest trends and colors please go to our long lab coats section.
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