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<p> Is it time for clinicians to lose the white coats, long sleeves, and neckties in favor of bare arms for patient care? Citing anecdotal evidence, common sense, and the limited data available in the absence of clinical trials, the University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics is doing just that beginning January 2016, said <strong>Michael Edmond</strong>, hospital epidemiologist at the Iowa City facility.</p>

Bare below elbows: Common sense or nonsense?

Epidemiologist makes the case for ‘biological plausibility’