APPLICATION OF ANTIBACTERIAL TREATMENT ON COTTON FABRIC IN NURSE UNIFORMS
Author(s):
A.Sounderiya, Dr.P.Karpagam
Keywords:
Cotton, Nurse uniform, Senna auriculata, Antibacterial finish.
Abstract
Cotton is a naturally high-performance wicking fibre that is more breathable than polyester, wicking moisture and heat away from the body. The nursing uniform was established in 1910 to distinguish patients and working nurses from the hospital. Cotton fabric was chosen for the nurse uniform because it absorbs antibacterial finishes more quickly than other fabrics. Senna auriculata is used as an antibacterial agent that fights germs and microorganisms to protect nurses working in hospitals from sickness.
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Unique Paper ID: 151998

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 2

Page(s): 120 - 122
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