Hospital Patient Gown

Designs as per customer specifications. Fits for both male and female

Anti-alcohol patient gowns are used during all CSSD and OR activities to protect patients from any contamination that may occur during any of the treatment processes. They're meant to be bacterial-resistant garments that can be thrown away after one usage to save the environment. If any area of the body is exposed to bacterial vulnerability, it can enter the bodies of medical attendees via fluid transfer, posing a variety of health risks. Disposable anti-alcohol robes with water-resistant qualities are specially intended to avoid such diseases. They're vital for dermatology and liposuction characteristics, among other things.

Anti-alcoholic patient gowns must be handled with care so that the patient's properties are kept for the required time period. The hydrophobic treatment makes these gowns impervious to any form of liquid transmission during small or big surgical procedures. During the process, the gown's texture must also be preserved. Surgeine also ensures that fluorocarbons and silicon are not used excessively in the manufacturing process.

Eminent Features of our Hospital Medical Gown:

  • Blood, water & chemical resistant.
  • Fits men and women.
  • Made from Non-woven PP S. B. Fabric.
  • Basic protection level
  • Knitted wrist cuffs
  • Lace fasteners
  • Designs as per customer specifications.

They are known to deplete gowns of their hydrophobic qualities, which are quite important to preserve. It's also worth noting that reusable gowns carry a higher risk of bacterial transmission because the gowns' ability to combat germs diminishes with each wash. Budget-friendly


  • Comfortable
  • Color fastness

FAQ About Patient Gown

What is the purpose of a medical gown?

A patient gown is a personal protective garment worn by health care staff during surgical procedures to prevent the transmission of pathogens, body fluids, and particulate matter to both the patient and the health care workers.

Why do patients wear hospital gowns?

Patients' hospital gowns are meant to allow medical professionals easy access to the part of the patient's body that is being treated. The medical gown is made of a fabric that can resist repeated washing in hot water, usually cotton, and is secured at the back using twill tape ties.

Do you have to wear a gown in the hospital?

A hospital gown may be chosen in circumstances where patients have urinary catheters or are too immobile or incontinent to wear full garments, according to the researchers. Patients who are bleeding, for example, will find it easier to change into a clean hospital gown rather than their own pyjamas.

How do you wear a patient gown?

Hold the gown up to your face, with the opening facing you.
Make sure the gown is right side out and the fabric pattern is facing away from you. Keep the gown's opening in front of you so that the inside of the gown is visible. Consider the gown to be a robe that is worn backwards.

What are the different types of medical gowns?

Surgical gowns, isolation gowns, surgical isolation gowns, nonsurgical gowns, procedural gowns, and operating room gowns are just a few of the many words that have been used to refer to gowns meant for use in health care settings.

What is a gown in medical terms?

In health-care settings, gowns are an example of personal protection equipment. When the wearer comes into touch with potentially infectious liquid or solid material, they are utilised to protect the wearer against infection or disease.


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