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Wednesday, January 9, 2019 12:40 AM | CCSVI Alliance Volg link
Thanks to Avis Favarro @CTV_AvisFavaro for linking to this article on her Twitter account.
We, as patients with MS, undergo many humiliating moments when being tested and imaged for our underlying disease....AND, that darn hospital gown starts us off feeling vulnerable to anything else that might be coming our way. How do you get the garment tied when your hands and arms don't work? My solution is to loosely tie the bands at the neck and the bands at the waist before starting the process of putting it on. Many people with MS do not have the range of motion in their shoulders and arms to slip overhead, so I suggest you place the garment on the examining table and reach your arms into the sleeves and then let it slip over the head. Are you a caregiver accompanying the patient -- tie the bands for them before you step out of the room to give them privacy while changing.
Read the linked article -- I have a feeling one of the authors has experienced the humiliation and is trying to do something about it ??
https://theconversation.com/hospital-gowns-leave-patients-feeling-open-and-vulnerable-their-time-is-up-109030
Hospital gowns leave patients feeling open and vulnerable – their time is up
Do we really need to wear an embarrassing, backless gown in hospital?