Closed Finger Control Mitts Protector, Par
Protection Mitten, outer fabric in 100% cotton 1st quality, not allergic, breathable.
Closed finger control mitts can be used by patients who disrupt medical treatment by pulling at IV lines or catheters, or who are prone to self-injury. Separate the wearer’s fingers for maximum finger control.
Seams are located outside areas of support, made with high strength thread.
Inner polyester fiber wadding linked and silicone, which prevents bunching or displacement thereof.
Pre-aging without loss of volume, fluffiness practically unchanged, similar to the touch pen.
Mitten hydrophobic, prevents oxidation or mold after washing and dry quickly.
Allows washing at 90 ° C
In 1998, a staff member at the senile dementia home in Rochester, New York found Mom passed out on the bathroom floor, bleeding internally, moving gently toward death. Mom’s second husband rescinded the “Do Not Resuscitate” order she had signed ten years before, overriding her clear intentions.
Mom endured four weeks in the hospital; transfusion after transfusion, followed by surgery, followed by incessant needles taking blood samples out and putting new blood and nutrients in her weak body. My polite mother who never raised her voice, screamed in protest and ripped out the IV lines. The medical team tied her arms and put thick mittens on her hands; but she escaped her restraints like Houdini. Then she bit the tubes in half.
“They’re trying to help you, Mom,” I pleaded as I lay across her fragile, flailing body, holding her so a technician could draw blood.
“They’re doing a lousy job,” she howled in my ear.