Hospital gowns are very important for patients who need to spend some time at a medical facility. These garments should be lightweight and forgiving, as patients need to be able to move freely between several positions. In many cases, of course, they will be lying down, but they must also be able to sit, stand, and walk to the bathroom or between gurneys and beds to get to different examination rooms. Hospitals need to have many different kinds of garments to suit patients of different shapes and sizes and this includes oversized hospital gowns for patients of substantial height or girth.
Generally the heavier the fabric, the more durable your garment will be during washing and wearing. Our demure cloth features a twill weave, which is the most durable type of weave available in the market. All galaxy cloth fabrics are the most Opaque.
Exam hospital gowns aren’t always needed for the same purpose. For instance, a gown used for a patient being admitted for knee surgery will require a different gown than a woman needing a mammogram. Personal Touch Health Care Apparel has what you need for very reasonable prices. A single exam gown can be purchased, if that’s all you need or a dozen at a time. The prices range from 6 dollars to just under 25 dollars per gown. Having the ability to buy a number of gowns at a time makes good financial sense.
An adult-sized hospital gown doesn’t fit a child very well. Gowns for children of all ages can be purchased from Personal Touch Health Care Apparel. With a selection of styles, materials, and colors to choose from, finding children’s hospital gowns to fit even the tiniest patient is possible.
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Tie Back Closure or Front Closure Hospital Gowns
The closure of the gown depends for what the gown is needed for, if the gown is needed for a physical exam, so then front closure gowns are the most preferred. If the gowns are needed for a hospital stay, so then the tie back closure is normally used. Today most tie back hospital gowns are a full overlap, which provide the patient with extra modesty and comfort knowing that they are covered properly.