Hospital Gowns

Two categories of clothing

Look for the blue or green icons, which signify the level
of dressing needs the item is designed for.

Assisted Dressing
People who need help getting dressed
Self Dressing
People who get dressed by themselves
View as Grid List

Results 1-12 of 20

View as Grid List

Results 1-12 of 20

Silverts hospital gowns are different from the conventional gowns because there are no pressure points on them. Patients' gowns are usually uncomfortable to wear because they lack dignity and do not have a proper closure at the back. Conventional johnny gowns lack dignity because they do not cover the back properly. Silverts hospital gowns provide complete dignity with full back overlaps that provide complete coverage to the patient. Caregivers and family members do not have to tie strings at the back every time the gown strings become loose and open. Some of the common reasons why people do not like wearing conventional hospital gowns is because they do not fit properly, they are too revealing, and they have the wrong length. Most of the time people complain about the rough fabric that irritates sensitive skin. Hospital gowns can be too rough especially for sensitive skin. Whether its an elderly patient who is going to wear the gown or a young person, any fabric that’s too rough and aggravates the skin can make the experience worse than it already is. Sitting or laying on ties and/or knots is not only uncomfortable but can cause bed sores and skin abrasions. Silverts has a solution to all these problems. Silverts gowns are not only easy to get on but offer complete coverage and dignity to the person wearing it. The best feature is that there are no pressure points and the snaps are strategically placed on the shoulders to avoid closures pressing on any part of the body.

 Are you looking for hospital gowns for home? Look no further because Silverts hospital gowns are not just easy to wear but they are equally easy to take of. Silverts back snap closure nightwear has been redesigned with overlapping backs to ensure full coverage. You can wear Silverts pretty and fashionable hospital gowns for home.

How do you put on a hospital gown?

- The patient remains in a seated position or flat prone position while being dressed.

- The patient's arms are inserted easily into the sleeves of the adaptive sleeping gown and the garment is drawn up to the shoulders.

- The caregiver simply wraps the generous overlap across the back and the snap closure on each shoulder is snapped into place. If the patient is in a flat position they are rolled over or lifted at the shoulders and the generous overlap across the back is snapped into place on top of the shoulders. The snaps are positioned in such a way that the patient does not experience any uncomfortable pressure points. The person being dressed is left completely covered without ever having to stand.

- Assisted disrobing is just as easy.

Silverts pretty and fashionable hospital gowns offer dignity by design and lightweight fabric helps the individual feel comfortable. Silverts offers both short sleeve and long sleeve hospital adaptive open back hospital gowns for patients as well as women and men who are looking for hospital gowns for home.

Bedridden patients or individuals with incontinence no longer need to wear unattractive nightwear. Seniors, patients, elderly and handicapped adults can now choose from a wide variety of hospital gowns that are designed to help a wide range of special needs. You can find hospital gowns for sale on our website, feel free to browse because there are many designs and colors to choose from!