Open Back Knit Nightgown with Lace Trim
Pretty Hospital Gowns For Women - Adaptive Open Back Nightgowns For Women
Our newest adaptive hospital back open nightgowns are a true sleeping beauty. This hospital gown is detailed with a lace trim and a decorative button. Pleated yoko for a comfortable, roomy fit. Short sleeves. Quality machine washable 65% polyester-35% cotton. Full back overlap with two snaps at each shoulder. These adaptive hospital gowns are available in both regulat and oversize.
Easy Access Dressing
Teriffic for Lowered Upper Arm Mobility
Secured with Snaps at Shoulders
No Pressure Points
Strategically Placed Shoulder Snaps Eliminate Pressure Points
Full Back Overlap
How to put on a Nursing Home Hospital Gown?
- The individual remains in a seated position or flat prone position while being dressed.
- The individual's arms are inserted easily into the sleeves and the garment is drawn up to the shoulders.
- The caregiver simply wraps the generous overlap across the back and the dome/snap closure on each shoulder is snapped into place. If the individual 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 domes/snaps are positioned in such away that the individual does not experience any uncomfortable pressure points. The person being dressed is left completely covered without ever having to stand. This product is also available in a plus size hospital gown. Look at Silvert's other hospital clothes such as bedjackets, adaptive robes, non skid hospital socks, arm and leg protectors, non skid slippers and so much more!
- Assisted disrobing is just as easy.
Machine wash lukewarm water, gentle cycle
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