While dedicated doctors and nurses try their best to make patients as comfortable as possible, they're often met with tricky limitations, which is why students from the Parson's school of design created a patient-centric line of hospital gowns, under the brand name 'Wear + Care' which hope to re-define the entire care industry.
The all-in-one gown offers patients both autonomy and dignity, as the wrap-style design provides optimal coverage, while the garment itself is comprised of soft fabric for complete comfort. In addition, this gown features multiple unique entry points so that doctors can easily administer an I.V drip or insert a stethoscope.
Additionally these gowns offer a slit in the back that's covered when not needed, offering an enhanced level of privacy.
Re-Imagined Patient-Centric Hospital Gowns
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