The CII Gown is a hospital gown with built-in ports and pockets designed to allow medical staff to perform their tasks more easily while preserving a patient's dignity and help further reduce adverse events in the health care setting.
Inventor Tracey L. Kennedy of Akron, OH has created a hospital gown with built-in ports and pockets designed to allow medical staff to perform their tasks more easily while preserving a patients dignity.
As an RN and former patient herself, Inventor Kennedy knows that patient safety and outcomes are of utmost importance. More can be done to deliver a better patient experience and it starts with the hospital gown. She knew the dreadful patient gown design needed to change, as it can potentially conceal medical mishaps. Once her granddaughter was born, the design of an infant jumper inspired her to reverse the design of the hospital gown, making it more practical and functional for patients. Now care, line reconciliation, or checks can be done without lifting a patients gown. This will improve patient satisfaction scores and quality of care initiatives that have been set forth by healthcare law! Whats more, medical staff will be able to perform their tasks more efficiently.
The CII Gown enhances safety, comfort, and dignity for a patient. It has pockets, openings, and an eyelet to anchor drains and tubes. Ports can be multifunctional. The gown was reverse engineered so the back is closed to preserve privacy. It is made of latex-free, moisture wicking fabric and is available in bright feel-good colors. For more information on the important step in healthcare innovation act now!