The ECT Patient Gown
Hospital gowns are generally described by patients as skimpy, ugly, ill-fitting garments often leaves one´s backside ignominiously exposed.
Definition of a Hospital Gown: A short collarless gown that ties in the back, worn by patients being examined or treated in a doctor’s office, clinic, or hospital.
Patients go to hospitals to seek care, comfort and security. Instead, all they wind up feeling is vulnerable, uncomfortable and insecure. And all because of the patient gowns they have to wear.
These gowns easily open in the rear, and leave patients in need of personal and private care only to be publicly revealed. Even fully-covering gowns used at some facilities require complete removal prior to many particular medical procedures.
But all of this impersonal discomfort can be avoided by the use of The ECT Patient Gown!
The ECT Patient Gown is made of a cloth material with a secured back, large pockets and various slit openings. All of these openings are strategically placed allowing the bedside care provider to monitor the patient without having to expose them which allows the gown to fully and completely cover the patient.
Ordinary patient gowns are known to be a chief complaint at hospitals, and can even delay recovery due to the stress it applies upon patients. Frequently nurses have to improvise ways to secure medical devices, often compromising patients comfort and safety. The ECT Patient Gown is a thoughtfully designed gown that provides health care providers easy access and visualization to those devices while maintaining the dignity and privacy of the patient. The carefully detailed features incorporated in the design makes the ECT Patient Gown truly unique..
The ECT Gown has been Featured on pg.6 in the October, 2009 issue of The Surgical Products and the September, 2009 issue of The Healthcare Purchasing News Magazines.