lab coat


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Noun1.lab coat - a light coat worn to protect clothing from substances used while working in a laboratorylab coat - a light coat worn to protect clothing from substances used while working in a laboratory
coat - an outer garment that has sleeves and covers the body from shoulder down; worn outdoors
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According to a law enforcement official, the shooter was wearing a lab coat and had the rifle concealed inside it.
Reports said Dr Henry Bello, 45, wore a lab coat as he opened fire on several floors of Bronx Lebanon Hospital before killing himself.
As the standard states, the appropriate PPE, like a flame-resistant (FR) lab coat, should also always be worn.
The Service Partner is required to provide a lab coat purchase price with a launder only cost as an option for the Crick outside of the BRF requirements.
By providing an additional layer of protection between gloves and lab coat sleeves, it reduces the risk of exposure and contamination.
The sleeve protector provides an additional layer of protection between gloves and lab coat sleeves to help keep workers and the workplace safe through advanced barrier protection and shields that person and the garment from hazardous chemicals and biologies.
The same multi-pocket, device-oriented engineering behind the company's outerwear line has been applied to redesign the lab coat with the incorporation of 16 useful pockets.
He had on a physician's white lab coat, toted a stethoscope and told patients that he is a doctor for years.
Code Blue: Beside Procedures and Critical Information offers an invaluable single resource to a healthcare professional's emergency care knowledge, and provides a format that fits easily in a lab coat pocket and an organization that lists needed supplies, techniques, and procedures.
Keep your lab coat in medical institution or place of study, says Ministry of Health (MOH)
For the study, the researchers examined 58 undergraduates over a series of tests, half of whom wore a disposable white lab coat.
Well, recently some lab coat at Stanley got smart and decided to try fusing carbide to utility blades.