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chris anderson

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May 11, 2006
 
Looking for cool and trendy Nursing Uniforms. Try checking out http://www.fyddo-uniforms.com . They are having their grand openning in a month or so.
Lindsey

Trussville, AL

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Sep 5, 2006
 
I'll tell you a great site to buy the most stylish scrubs, a selection of: dickies, landau, cherokee and much more! http://www.uniformhaven.com
Jennifer S

Myerstown, PA

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Sep 23, 2006
 
I have some gently used scrubs for sale. 6 sets (tops and bottoms) for $75. Cute prints...Care Bears, gardening froggies, coffee...etc.
Please visit: http://saluki.homeip.net/html/scrubs.html
Jeff Allen

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Oct 11, 2006
 
I found some really great uniforms that actually have enough pockets.
www.scrubsforles.com
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Anne Shields

Dallas, TX

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Oct 18, 2006
 
I found great uniforms at WWW.TKSCRUBS.COM they were helpful and the prices were great. Most of all they got my order right the first time!
Dr James Caddell

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Oct 29, 2006
 
I have been ordering scrubs from www.scrubsforles.com for over 9 years,they
know the industry very well.
Nurse Scrub

Fitzgerald, GA

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Nov 6, 2006
 
If you are looking for some really cool (and reasonable) uniforms, check out this nice site at http://scribbidyscrubs.com
Rea Baxter

Houston, TX

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Dec 3, 2006
 
Anne Shields wrote:
I found great uniforms at WWW.TKSCRUBS.COM they were helpful and the prices were great. Most of all they got my order right the first time!
I went to www.tkscrubs.com and they gave the best prices. Thanks for the tip.
Josephine Javier

Redlands, CA

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Mar 12, 2007
 
chris anderson wrote:
Looking for cool and trendy Nursing Uniforms. Try checking out http://www.fyddo-uniforms.com . They are having their grand openning in a month or so.
Yeah.. i found this site and bought 7 scrubs since then. They sell great quality nursing uniforms for relatively low price compare to others.
Iman

Stanton, CA

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Mar 12, 2007
 
after a long search for scrubs, I found fyddo nursing uniforms the best. very comfortable and dont fade out easily after just couple of wash.
Iman

Stanton, CA

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Mar 12, 2007
 
forgot to mentioned site address, hope u guys find it useful. http://www.fyddo-uniforms.com
nabil ahmed

Calgary, Canada

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Mar 12, 2007
 
after checking the website " http://www.fyddo-uniforms.com ",
I can say that no one is offering such quality products online, to cater the needs of such a huge and niche "scrubs" and medical uniforms market, the presentation is professional and consumer friendly according to our needs, hope it will be beneficial to others as well.
Rahul Patil

Santa Clara, CA

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Mar 19, 2007
 
I found this website for scrubs very nice http://www.fyddo-uniforms.com/
It is easy to know pricing, business terms and conditions and very convenient to order it online.
Rich Hubris

Ewa Beach, HI

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Mar 22, 2007
 
some really cool nursing uniforms at www.metrouniforms.com .. they have the best service yet in my 20 years of experience..
Samir Idrees

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Apr 15, 2007
 
The best site I found for ordering nursing uniform at http://www.fyddo-uniforms.com/ . Quality products, big selection, good price, fast delivery and very easy to order online.
sean

West Brookfield, MA

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May 20, 2007
 
Lindsey wrote:
I'll tell you a great site to buy the most stylish scrubs, a selection of: dickies, landau, cherokee and much more! http://www.uniformhaven.com
UMM Lindsey...scrubs are not real uniforms for all nurses ok!!!, nurses need to start dressing more like real nurses instead of dressing like hospital janitors, or caregivers in those tacky, dingy scrubs ok. From what i have always remembered about all nurses from day one is that they all dressed professional and ladylike in the nice starchy white uniforms with the coif on there heads. Nurses today are not like the nurses i know 50 years ago, nurses nowadays are all fat, ugly and wear scrubs. Where as the nurses i knew when growingup all dressed in the national white uniforms and were thin and pretty, nurses back in 1950 dressed very ladylike the way the should. Nurses today wanna dress very practical, and thats whats the trouble with all nurses today. I mean i could be a sick hospital patient and if i see someone wearing scrubs, how in the hell would i beable to tell the difference on whos the nurse, the caregiver, the hospital janitor, or the medical staff worker when i might be dying any second. Nurses all dress the same as everyone else which is sad because nurses now have no real national required uniforms
sean

West Brookfield, MA

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May 20, 2007
 

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I strongly feel that all nurses should wear the white uniforms to indicate that they are in the nursing profession
sean

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May 20, 2007
 

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To me, i find scrubs to be pretty damn tacky, unprofessional, and very cheap looking. Nurses are losing there dress code standards to where you rarely see them anymore wearing the fancy starchy white uniforms with the coifs on there heads. Scrubs are practical which makes nurses look less and less like nurses, scrubs are eroding the traditional white uniforms to where patients cant tell the difference anymore which is the nurse, the janitor, the caregiver or the phlebotomist. Many ultra right wing conservatives feel that all nurses should dress alot more conservatively in the white uniforms rather than those dingy scrub
sean

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May 20, 2007
 

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nurses who wear scrubs are morely identified by there patients as cleaners, caregivers, medical staff workers, medical teqnitions, hospital janitors or any other manual laborer underskilled job. Nurses need to start dressing more like nurses the way they should, and they way they have always dressed. The ideal nurses national uniform was a white outfit which consist of a dress, apron and a cap. The first nurse uniform was derived from the nun
sean

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May 20, 2007
 

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What good is it to work your *** off through nursing school and trying to pass the board exam, if all nurses wish not to be identified as nurses, but to looklike either cleaners, or hospital janitors in those tacky scrubs. Real nurses do not wear scrubs i'm sorry, i visit other third world countrys such as the philipines or china , and all nurses there keep up there conservative traditional nursing dress code standards. The nursing association along with the nursing union has deregulated there uniform dress code standards fixing it to where all nurses dress nothing more than just cleaners or medical staff workers.

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