Promoting Patient Safety,
Preserving Patient Dignity
NOT A RESTRAINT
THE SAFEST SOLUTiON FOR PATIENtS & STAFF
Well ventilated, padded, and transparent. The Glovy protects patients from harming themselves and others without restraining them, and allows health care providers to easily assess patients without disturbing them.
THE GLOVY DIFFERENCE!
Glovy is latex-free! Patients cannot grasp catheters or the attached devices and dislodge them once Glovy is applied. Patients also cannot scratch themselves or the nursing staff with their fingernails. This provides for a much safer setting for the care of confused patients and the staff that is helping your loved one to heal. Glovy is NOT considered a restraint and does NOT require a doctor’s order to implement, this gives comfort and dignity to both the patient and the family. Glovy is the better and safer solution for facilities, staff, and patients!
We all know that nurses have a tough job. Long hours, heavy patient loads and few breaks between critically injured or ill patients make for a stressful day or night! The last thing they need on a busy shift, is to have to redo their hard work when a confused patient tugs at their IV, PICC line, or pulse oximeter. Show your appreciation—make it easier for them to take care of confused patients by giving them the safety equipment they need!
The number of confused patients has been steadily increasing in acute and chronic care hospitals and facilities. Taking care of confused patients is a serious nursing challenge. Disoriented patients often pull out their IV catheters (peripheral and central), hemodialysis catheters, arterial catheters, nasogastric tubes or urinary catheters. They often times dislodge colostomy bags, ileostomy bags and rectal pouches. Another set of issues we find are the patients otherwise injure themselves or staff.
Reduces serious setbacks in a patient’s care and mitigates incidents that could even be life-threatening for the patient.
Without the need for extra supplies needing to be utilized, will significantly decrease the overall cost of care
Without the events of patients pulling their catheters, the patients body can focus on the healing process.