G-Sleeves

With our selection of different sleeves, you will be sure to find a product to provide additional protection for your patients. The G-SLEEVE® provides a sense of safety and protection and an overall “Peace of Mind” for not only the patient’s and their loved ones but also the nurses, doctors and the medical facilities ensuring their safe treatment…

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Comfortable • Latex Free • Effective • Inexpensive • Comforting • Safe • Necessary

Original G-sleeve

Original G-SLEEVE®

The G-SLEEVE© was designed to protect patients by alerting all staff of the patient’s potential risk for injury therefore preventing potential medical errors.

The G-SLEEVE© provides a sense of safety and protection and an overall “Peace of Mind” for not only the patient’s and their loved ones but also the nurses, doctors and the medical facilities ensuring their safe treatment…

The G-SLEEVE© is a simple yet highly effective “alerting tool” that reminds the medical staff that there is to be:
NO BLOOD PRESSURE
NO INTRAVENOUS
NO BLOOD DRAWS
ADMINISTERED ON THE AFFECTED ARM!!!


The G-SLEEVE© may greatly reduce the risk of injuries that may possibly lead to severe conditions such as lymphedema.

The danger of having a blood pressure test on an “at-risk arm” or an arm affected by lymphedema is that the squeezing involved can cause possible further damage to already fragile lymphatics and blood vessels. If this occurs, it could cause the lymphedema or worsen the condition!!!


lymphedema

Lymphedema is caused by the inability of the arm to remove even the normal excess fluids of body dynamics. When fluids are added, as with the administration of an IV, the arm becomes catastrophically overloaded. It then swells and is left unable to rid itself of the extra fluid.

The use of needles or blood draws in an arm with lymphedema poses a great threat of infection. Every break of the skin creates potential entry foci for bacteria. Because of the immunodeficient state of the arm any infection can and often does escalate quickly into cellulitis. These infections will increase the severity of the lymphedema!!!

G-SLEEVES may greatly reduce these risks of injury that may lead to lymphedema.

The G-SLEEVE© can be used pre-operatively, peri-operatively, post-operatively as well as on the medical or surgical floor for the status-post mastectomy patient.

The G-SLEEVE© was designed by a registered nurse for the protection of the patient by preventing medical errors that may unfortunately occur in any hospital or outpatient setting.

The G-SLEEVES are: Comfortable, Safe, Easy to Use, Highly Effective, Comforting, Latex Free, Inexpensive …Necessary!!!

The G-SLEEVE© provides the perfect combination of safety, comfort, and peace of mind for patient’s, nurses, and doctors by alerting the staff of the patient’s potential risk for injury while providing the medical facility with an added sense of protection and prevention of error…

Hospital & patient satisfaction has been excellent!!!
Protect & Prevent with The G-SLEEVE©!!!

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 Wrong Site Surgery

WRONG SITE SLEEVE

The WRONG SITE SLEEVE can be placed on the arm or leg. It is designed to protect against "Wrong Site" Surgery.
 Wront Site
* Hospitals: Please go to the Contact G-Sleeve Page to request a free sample today!


Protect & Prevent with the WRONG SITE SLEEVE !!!
The WRONG SITE SLEEVE was invented to help prevent Wrong Site Surgery from occurring. Being a Registered Nurse, I understand the importance of Patient Safety and the issues that can sometimes compromise Patient Care. The WRONG SITE SLEEVE provides extra protection for patients undergoing surgical procedures.

After marking the surgical site pre-operatively with a skin marker, theWRONG SITE SLEEVE is placed on the patient’s “wrong limb” to avoid any mistakes once the patient is taken to the Operating Room. The safety sleeve’s fluorescent orange color alerts medical staff once again that “this is the wrong limb for surgery.” Even though a Surgical TIME OUT is required prior to the start of surgery, Wrong Site Surgery still continues to be a problem nationwide. The WRONG SITE SLEEVE can be added to your hospital’s existing policy for extra assurance and protection.

Hospital satisfaction has been excellent! Click Here to request a free sample for your facility. Sleeves are available in Arm and Leg sizes.

Thank you for your interest in the WRONG SITE SLEEVE and we look forward to hearing from you soon!

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PICC MID Line

PICC MID LINE Sleeve

Protect & & Prevent with the PICC LINE SLEEVE!!!!!!
PICC

The PICC LINE SLEEVE is placed on the patient’s arm that has the PICC line inserted. It is worn on the forearm or slightly higher near the line dressing. It was designed at the request of several hospitals to alert staff that a PICC Line (PERIPHERALLY INSERTED CENTRAL CATHETER) is in place and to avoid taking blood pressures or starting an IV in that arm.

PICC Line

PICC line
* Hospitals: Please go to the Contact G-Sleeve Page to request a free sample today!


Hospital satisfaction has been excellent! Click Here to request a free sample for your facility. PICC Sleeves are available in regular and extra large sizes.


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MID

We also have a MID LINE Sleeve available for MID Line protection! If you are interested, please let us know. This also comes in a bright orange color and white letters to effectively alert all medical staff caring for the patient.

MID

Product codes: GPIC-01 (picc line/orange/regular size)
GPICXL-02 (picc line/orange/extra large)
GMID-01 (mid line/orange/regular size)
GMIDXL-02 (mid line/orange/extra large)

Thank you for your interest in the PICC and MID LINE Sleeves and we look forward to hearing from you soon!

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Pediatric Sleeve

Baby G

New Baby G sizes and design were created by popular demand.
They simply alert medical staff in a bright orange color and reads STOP!

The purpose is to protect a limb from unwanted blood pressures, IV’s, blood draws, or anything that may cause injury to a site. It can also be used to protect the integrity of an IV and or Picc line. The Baby G can be used for any reason the medical staff deems necessary to protect a limb on a compromised patient.

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