Hospital Gowns, Disposable Patient Gowns & Paper Exam Room Gowns

Hospital gowns, also known as patient gowns, are a mainstay in medical facilities conducting therapeutic services or medical testing. Available with different closure options including fully open, partially open, or robe styles, medical exam gowns offer comfort and convenience while providing easy accessibility for treatment. Other patient wear products like disposable shorts, thongs, bras, and panties, allow patients to maintain modesty during intimate procedures. proudly offers a full inventory of quality reusable and disposable patient wear in a variety of styles from industry-leading manufacturers like Core Products and our very own ScripHessco products at consistently low prices. Shop confidently with our exceptional customer service and Price Match Guarantee.

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We want you to be 100% satisfied. Our aim is to provide you with quality products at an affordable price. If an item does not meet your expectations, we'll gladly refund your money within 30 days after purchase. In order to keep our prices the lowest possible, some exceptions apply, including a 20% restocking fee applied after 30 days and 30% restocking fee applied after 60 days, should the item be in a usable condition. Please see our [1]Returns section for detailed information.

If you find the same product for a lower price from any other company, we will refund/match the difference. Offer is valid for 30 days from the date of purchase. Valid on orders shipped within the continental United States. Cannot price match against auction sites. Pricing match is based on competitor complying with Manufacturer’s Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) Policy. If a product is listed below “MAP” we may not be able to match that price. Vendor that we price match must have product available to purchase and not on backorder.

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  1. Scriphessco Economy Patient Gowns ScripHessco Economy Patient Gowns & Medical Gowns
    $17.39 - $17.59
  2. Patient Gown, 2X-Large Blue Broadcloth, 12/Case Patient Gown, 2X-Large Blue Broadcloth, 12/Case
  3. Cloth Full Open Exam Gown Cloth Full Open Exam Gowns - Hospital Patient Gowns
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  4. Disposable Panties 12 Pack One Size Disposable Thongs 12 Pack One Size
    $4.89 - $5.69
  5. Core Products Patient Exam Shorts Core Products Patient Exam Shorts - Washable Adult Exam Shorts
    $28.79 - $52.79
  6. Disposable Exam Gowns, 50/Case Disposable Exam Gowns, White - 50/Case
  7.  TIDI 3-Ply Tissue Patient Exam Gown - Blue TIDI 3-Ply Tissue Patient Exam Gown - Blue
  8. Core Gowns XL Blue Core Patient Gown- Blue XL
  9. Sale
    Cloth Exam Gown 3/4 Opening Cloth Exam Gown - 3/4 Opening Patient Exam Gown
  10. Disposable Exam Gowns, 50/Case - Blue Disposable Exam Gowns & Patient Gowns - Blue - 50 per case
  11. Tidi Patient Shorts TIDI Non-woven Exam Shorts with Elastic Waistband - Disposable
    $145.99 - $240.69
  12. Core Gowns XXLBlue Core Patient Gown- Blue 2xL
  13. Lite Waffle Weave Kimono Robe Osfm-White Lite Waffle Weave Kimono Robe in White - Unisex - One size fits most
  14. Sale
    Yellow Isolation Gown, Washable, 47 X 58 12/pack Yellow Isolation Gown, Washable, 47" X 58" 12/pack
    $160.89 Special Price $120.67
  15. Disposable CPE Level 3 Isolation Gowns - 10 Pack Disposable CPE Level 3 Isolation Gowns - 10 Pack
  16. Gown Full Open XXXL Blue Core Patient Gown- Blue 3xL
  17.  TIDI 3-Ply Tissue Patient Exam Gown - White TIDI 3-Ply Tissue Patient Exam Gown with Stretchable Waist Tie - White
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What is the difference between an N95 mask and a regular disposable face mask?

The main difference between a regular face mask and an N95 or KN95 6-ply mask is the extent to which they offer protection to the wearer and the people around them. A surgical mask acts as a barrier for splashes and sprays of blood and sputum and is mostly intended to protect the patient from contamination by the wearer. Regular disposable face masks like these are loose-fitting and do not filter or block very small particles. This is where the N95 standard comes in. In addition to this barrier, surgical N95 masks also provide respiratory protection by efficiently filtering airborne particles. They provide a close facial fit and protect the wearer from a contained environment.

What is the right way to wear a hospital gown?

While most exam gowns have their opening in the back, some have it in the front and others overlap, offering full coverage. If you are a patient and the nurse handing you the hospital gown does not mention how to put it on, ask for instructions or even help to put it on should you need it. You can also ask about keeping your underwear on as not all procedures require you to remove all pieces of clothing. For most gowns — the ones that remain open in the back — it is akin to putting on a robe backward. Hold the patient gown with the opening facing you and slide your arms through the sleeves. Secure it with the attached ties or hook and loop closures. If the gown comes with ties, make sure you only tie them in loose bows, without double knotting. This way, you will be able to take them off more easily.

What is disposable underwear made from? Is it comfortable?

Disposable thongs, panties, and briefs are generally made of soft, breathable, non-woven fabric like SMS (spunbond/meltblown/spunbond) polypropylene and sometimes have a thin cotton lining. Besides disposable underwear, this fabric is widely used for face masks, exam gowns, beddings, caps, and other medical healthcare and sanitary products. The reason meltblown and spunbond PP are combined in these garments is to provide both water-resistance and comfort. The fact that they are very lightweight and skin-friendly also contributes to comfort.

Can you reuse patient gowns?

Disposable hospital patient gowns should not be reused. However, a lot of exam gowns are made of a blend of cotton and poly, which makes them machine washable and thus reusable. Some can be tumbled dry, like ScripHessco economy patient gowns and medical gowns, others specify drip-dry only.

What is a Level 3 hospital gown?

The AAMI classification system for protective apparel in healthcare facilities goes from Level 1 to Level 4 and is based on their water resistance. Level 1 offers minimal protection against liquids, Level 2 low, Level 3 moderate, and Level 4 offers high protection against liquid and viral penetration. Level 1 hospital gowns can be provided as a cover for visitors, Level 2 can be used while drawing blood or suturing, Level 3 is recommended for inserting IVs, in the ER and for trauma cases, while Level 4 is needed during long procedures that involve lots of fluids.

What are Level 3 surgical gowns made from?

Disposable CPE Level 3 isolation gowns are made from durable blue-coated CPE (chlorinated polyethylene) and they protect from dust, dirt, minor splashes, and particulates. Other Level 3 surgical gowns can be made of PP, PE, or SMS.

Where can I buy hospital gowns and other patient wear at the best prices? carries a wide selection of disposable and reusable patient gowns, as well as disposable underwear for men and women. To make the most out of your budget, opt for larger packs, choose to subscribe to periodic deliveries, and split the cost into four interest-free payments.