When creating IV Hoody, it was important to create a product that allowed any medical staff easy access to a patient’s entire arm. Typically, a patient would have to roll up their sleeves, or even remove clothing that would otherwise obstruct the point of access. This can be difficult if the patient is elderly, disabled, in pain, or uncomfortable.
It’s difficult seeing a loved one go through challenging times, especially when you feel like there isn’t much that you can do to help. Creating a personalized care package shows that you deeply care about the other person and understand the challenging situations that lay ahead.
Many cancer patients experience cold temperatures more intensely than healthy patients. There are a few reasons for this biological response to treatments and cancer. IV Hoody adds some much needed warmth and comfort for those who need it the most. If you’re thinking about ways to comfort someone with cancer or are building a cancer care package for your loved one, we recommend giving them an IV Hoody.