Where to Purchase Nursing Accessories

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Nursing accessories and scrubs can be bought at a number of nursing stores that can be accessed in person or online. Find out where to buy scissors, pen lights, percussion hammers and thermometers with help from a board-licensed practical nurse in this free video on nursing and becoming a nurse.

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Video Transcript

If you're a nurse, or are becoming a nurse, and are looking for accessories to help you on your day to day job, there are certain places you can go, and we're going to talk about that today. I'm Dan Carlson. I'm a nurse, and today, we're talking about where to buy nursing accessories. There's a lot of places out there to get your scrubs, your scissors, pen lights, percussion hammers, blood pressure cuffs, thermometers, all that stuff. One thing you need to look for, is checking out, if maybe you want to go online, or do you want to go to a store, and actually hold in your hands what you're buying? So you can go online, and there are tons and tons of sites, that will sell all sorts of things, and that's probably your best bet. Being that there is such a wide variety, you can find a price that's a little better for you. Otherwise, check your yellow pages. There's lots of nursing stores basically, that sell nursing scrubs, is the majority, but also have nursing accessories on the side. Otherwise, back to the internet. You can just go on there, check out what you need. They can send you also catalogs. After you buy something, they'll usually subscribe you to a catalog, to where you can buy all your nursing accessories and scrubs, and scrubs will run you anywhere from twenty to fifty dollars, depending on the quality. They're all pretty much the same, and they work very well, but usually you can find all you need on the internet, the yellow pages, or like I said, they'll send you a catalog, if you do purchase something. I'm Dan Carlson. Thank you very much.


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