Thursday, July 29, 2010

Review on Medical Uniforms and Lab Coats at Nursing Uniforms.Net

This is a paid review blogpost.


For the past 8 years (since 2002), Mommy has been involved in life science research that mostly involves laboratory work. Mommy's first life science research was on developing a DNA-based technnique for identifying the gender of goats via blood samples. With this technique developed, the next step is to refine the technique to be applied in gender selection of goat embryos. You may then ask what is the big deal about selecting the gender of goats. The reason is that eventually this technique will be applied in assisted reproduction of livestock breeding progrmmes whereby males are valued in meat production and females in milk production and breeding objectives. With doing research in the lab, comes the issue of safety as in putting on a protective covering. The most common protective covering is the laboratory coat, or more commonly known as lab coat. It was Mommy's co-supervisor, Associate Professor Dr. Zulqarnain Mohamed from the University of Malaya, who instilled in his research students the importance of putting the lab coat on for as long as you are doing work in the lab. Now that Mommy is a lecturer for a Chemistry subject in UCSI University, Mommy has been continuously instilling this practice among students - batches after batches. Similarly too, if Mommy happened to be checking on Mommy's final-year project students in the lab, Mommy will be quick to point out if they fail to put the lab coat on!


Because lab coats are subjected to various harsh working conditions (yes, the lab coat tends to get 'wiped' with whatever things in the lab!), after a certain number of years, the lab coat may need changing. So Mommy found this medical uniform online superstore called Nursing Uniforms.Net that supplies not only lab coats, but also offers the largest selection of nursing uniforms. The lab coats offered come in various lengths and styles (or cutting) to suit the various needs and tastes of all types of laboratory-/medica-basedl personnel. Even lab coats or medical attire produced by trusted brands such as Medcouture, Katherine Heigl, Stat Wear, Peaches Uniforms and Izzy Scrubs are offered in by Nursing Uniforms.Net. And mind you, after looking through the laboratory/medical uniforms in the collection, Mommy has to admit they look stylish and trendy yet professional in its own right even though they are merely uniforms! This reminds Mommy that not all people working in the laboratory or medical field are nerds. They, just like other people in other professions such as marketing, sales and the corporate sector, also want to look good and stylish even though what they are wearing are the same on every working day and perhaps surrounded by four walls almost all the time (such that nobody really bother to see what you wear at work!).

Nursing Uniforms.Net pledges her committment to customers by:
  • providing the highest quality, durable and comfortable products from trusted brands at affordable prizes.
  • providing knnowledgeable and helpful customer sales and service representatives.
  • 24 hours a day, 7 days a week online shoping (payment can be made using MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express).
  • 30-day money back satisfaction guarantee.

Now that Mommy knows that Nursing Uniforms.Net offers trendy, stylish yet professional-looking lab coats, Mommy is very tempted to get Mommy's old lab coat (which was customized for Mommy's size and embroidered with Mommy's name during Mommy's stint at Associate Professor Dr. Zulqarnain Mohamed's lab) to RETIRE!



Mommy's old lab coat with Mommy's name embroidered at the left chest pocket - now waiting to RETIRE!


Hehehe.....merely keep this old lab coat as a sentimental value object and get a new stylish one from Nursing Uniforms.Net! ^_^   Hmmmmm........perhaps if UCSI University would one day like to do an overhaul of lab coats for the lecturers, lab staff, Science students, and nursing uniforms for the Nursing students, then Mommy knows who to contact!

11 comments:

Sheoh Yan said...

Oh! Now only i know you are one of those person who wore lab coat. No wonder you can write this topic so well.

eugene said...

Another piece of information for me here, it is always good to share, ain't it? thank you for sharing,,\\

hey here wishing you a great weekend, and Family First No Matter What,,,,take care now

prince n princess mum said...

retired uniform somemore..

Alice Phua said...

Sheoh Yan, hahaha, thanks! :-D So now you know.

Eugene, it's my pleasure. That's what blogs are for! :-D

Prince n princess mum, yup! :-D

mNhL said...

Wow...so informative!

Alice Phua said...

mNhL, hahaha....actually when I was first given this lab/medical uniforms thing to write about, I had the faintest idea how to present it, or from which angle to approach the subject. But luckily, as I continue writing, the ideas flowed just like that. :-D

The Kam family said...

How did they get contact with you to do this review? It sounds cool to be paid to blog :-)

Alice Phua said...

Mrs. Kam, it all started with one mummy blogger (her name is reanaclaire) who asked me whether I'm interested to do paid posts. I said yes and she submitted my blog URL to someone I don't know. After that is I merely wait for her to notify me whenever an opportunity comes as in if the advertiser is interested in my blog to promote something, the advertiser will contact Reanaclaire and she in turn will contact me.

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