How to choose medical clothing

We have already talked about important criteria that you need to pay attention to during Clothes for medical workers - People in White purchase of a medical gown in the article "How to choose and buy a medical gown correctly" link . This is a broad and important topic, so we continue to share secrets.



When choosing medical clothing, the density of the fabric is an equally important criterion than the material. If a robe is needed for the summer period, it is advisable to buy a product made of less dense fabric (115-120 g/m2), where the percentage of cotton prevails in the composition. In the "People in White" supermarket, bathrobes made of light mixed fabrics "Batist" and "Universal" are presented. This fabric is pleasant to the body and, due to the high content of cotton, is perfectly breathable. In products made of light fabrics, you will not be hot in the warm period of the year, and the fabric will not steam. Conversely, denser fabric is better suited for the winter or autumn season. The density of such fabric is about 195 g/m2.


If you need a universal robe that is suitable for any period of the year, it is better to stop at a fabric of medium density - 165 g/m2. You will not be hot in the summer, and in the winter, in order not to freeze in a cold room, you should put on warm clothes under the robe.


We choose a women's medical gown

When choosing women's robes, it is important to choose a model that will emphasize the advantages of the figure and hide the flaws. Free-cut products will suit curvaceous girls, and the length to the knee will hide fullness. The fitted style is better for slim girls, the belt will highlight the waist. The length above the knee will emphasize the beauty of the legs.


Modern models of medical gowns differ in color, collar and sleeve shapes, and fastener type. Can have various decorative elements, such as colored inserts, whips, drawstring, embroidery, etc. When choosing stylish and beautiful models, do not forget about your own comfort. Medical clothing should not restrict movement. Leaving an allowance for freedom of fit of 4-6 cm, it will be convenient for you to work while performing various manipulations.


If you are used to carrying various small things with you (keys, phones, notebooks, pens), pay attention to the number and size of pockets in the product you have chosen.


How to choose a men's medical gown

Men's models of robes are more strict and simple, have a smaller number of accessories and necessarily long sleeves. When choosing a men's medical gown, you need to consider not only the size, but also the height. Usually, dressing gowns for men are sewn in the fifth height (180-184 cm). This is a feature of mass-produced clothing. It is sewn according to the typical parameters of the figure and height. Products tailored to this height are considered standard and suitable for a larger number of people.


When trying on a robe, pay attention to the length of the sleeve. The sleeve should reach the protruding bone at the base of the phalanx of the thumb with the arm down.


If you place an order online, check with the manager what height the product is made for. If the length of the robe does not correspond to your height, ask the manager to measure the parameters of the robe and compare them with the parameters of the body or a previously purchased product:

- the length of the back of the robe (must correspond to the length from the beginning of the spine to the desired length of the product along the back);

- the length of the sleeve of the product (must correspond to the length from the end point of the shoulder to the wrist along the arm slightly bent at the elbow).


The managers of the "People in White" online store will always help you choose the right size and determine whether the length of the product is suitable for your height or not. Masters will help to make adjustments to the length of the product and sleeves (shorten the length to the desired length or lengthen the product by 1-2 cm).

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