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Product description

1.This is elder nursing clothes, easy to wear, easy to take off, easy to change, comfortable to wear.

2.Suitable for long-term bedredden, fracture, after surgery is not convenient to wear clothes or limbs movement is not convenient for the special crowd.

3.It brings convenience to the medical staff in the examination, nursing and treatment of patients.

4.The daily change of clothes for the elderly or patients with mobility problems brings convenience.

Product Information

Product Name: Easy Wear Off care clothes

Ingredients: cotton

Size:M, L, XL, XXL

Feature: Easy Wear Off

Applicable season: autumn, winter

Style: loose

Applicable scene: home care, nursing home, hospital care, bed rest, paralysis, incontinence, postoperative, inconvenient mobility, etc.

Style: A: Clothes + pants, B: long-sleeved clothes, C: long pants

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The patient care suit is designed to fit the Asian size. Therefore, when you purchase, please refer to the size chart. If you are fat, please you can purchase a size of 1-2 yards(The product does not include humanoid models)

Purchase notice

1. Product pictures are taken in kind, but due to shooting technology, light, display parameters and other factors, the actual color and photos may be different, please prevail in kind.

2. All products are manually measured and have errors. Please refer to the actual product.

3. We will ship within 7-20 business days after receiving the order.

4. If you have any questions after receiving the goods, please contact us. Our unified online time is 8:00 am - 6:00 pm (China time), we can send us a message at other times, we will reply within 24 hours. (excluding Chinese legal tender) except holidays).

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