We offer a diverse selection of reusable patient gowns, designed to provide comfort and confidence for patients and lasting quality and durability for hospitals and healthcare facilities.
Our Patient Gowns are designed for comfort, colorfastness, and long-lasting durability, featuring high-quality construction and offered in various fabric weights and sizes for ideal patient comfort. Available in a variety of traditional and modern colors and patterns.
E*Star® gowns are made from fabric that is exceptionally durable, has outstanding colorfastness, and is fast drying.
E*Star® gowns are part of a collection of reusable textile and apparel products designed to reduce environmental impact and decrease operating costs.
Our Healing Spaces® patient gowns are made from our own heavyweight jersey knit, similar to the fabrics a patient would use at home. The Healing Spaces® patient-centered philosophy focuses on creating a more comfortable, soothing, and less institutional experience for patients.
DermaTherapy® is an FDA approved linen collection made from skin-friendly fabric that allows the skin to move more easily against the fabric’s surface. When this collection of linens is used together, they are clinically proven to reduce the occurrence of pressure injuries.
DermaTherapy® silk-like fabric has been recognized and recommended in the National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel Clinical Practice Guideline.
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2020 Pantone Color of the Year: Classic Blue & Interior Design
February 26, 2020
Classic Blue evokes a sense of peace and tranquility, bringing laser-like clarity and re-centering our thoughts. Discover how designers are using the 2020 Pantone Color of the Year for their interior environments.
Newly Released Guideline on the Prevention & Treatment of Pressure Ulcers
January 9, 2020
The latest edition of the Prevention and Treatment of Pressure Ulcers/Injuries: Clinical Practice Guideline, released in November 2019, uses the most recent methodological standards in guideline development to assist in prioritizing pressure injury-related interventions.
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