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Port Accessible/Drain Management Shirt - The Mens Casual by Healing Threads

$79.95
SKU: HT-MEN
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    A more stylish, comfortable, and practical alternative to wearing a hospital gown, The Mens Casual Top allows you to dress and prepare for treatments in the comfort of your own home and then go to your medical appointments or treatments without having to change. 

    Healing Threads Recovery Shirt Features:

    • Made of soft microfiber that is non irritating and soothing on tender skin
    • Large interior pockets provide a discrete place for drains, monitors, pumps, etc. keeping your medical apparatus private from guests and visitors
    • Port accessibility made stylish and easy - stylishly tailored with hidden "hook and loop" (Velcro-like) pull-down access panels on each side of the top and again down the middle, which allow for easy access during chemo, for porta-caths, medical exams, and treatments without the need to disrobe
    • Sleeves can be rolled up and secured with the attached ribbon, providing easy access to arms
    • Back opening
    • Easy to use: No metal, buttons, zippers, or snaps
    • Lightweight and stain-resistant; made with StainSmart fabric
    • Washable and dryable in your home machine
    • Two side pockets accessible from the exterior

    Healing Threads clothing is fashion fused with function making their products more attractive and modest than a hospital gown, and more versatile than your every day street clothes!

    Sizes based on Chest Measurement: Small (34"-36"), Medium (36"-38"), Large (39"-41"), ExtraLarge (42"-45"), 1XL (42"-45"), 2XL (50"-53"), 3XL (54"-57")

    Why SurvivorRoom Loves Healing Threads: Healing Threads is a Spirited Sisters brand, part of a labor of love and a mission of hope started by three sisters - Peg, Patty and Claire. In August of 2002, Peg was diagnosed with Stage 3 Melanoma. Just six months later, in February of 2003, Claire was diagnosed with Stage 4 metastatic colon cancer.  The emotional impact of their diagnosis and treatment plans drove their desire to help people who were suffering through the same mental stress and physical treatments that they were experiencing.  Uncomfortable hours spent in hospital waiting rooms had shown the sisters - Peg and Claire first hand, Patty as their champion and support system - that the most visible sign of cancer or illness was the dreaded hospital gown. They proceeded to create four hospital gown designs and two pant styles that restored dignity, modesty, style and personality to patients. 

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