Jackson Pratt wound-care drains play an important role in the recovery of a surgical patient.  Siphoning fluids away from a surgical area assures better results for the patients, and reduces the chance of infection.

Drains pose many challenges for the patient. And unless you’ve worn a drain you don’t know:

  • safety pins, which are mostly used, cannot suspend drains when changing clothing or bathing
  • drain tubes routinely snag on drawer pulls, doorknobs and other protruding items
  • drains can go rogue in the middle of the night, make sleeping difficult
  • patients feel awkward & unattractive when bulbs containing body fluids are clipped to their clothing.

The result? A patient with drains will often stay in bed or limit mobility during recovery.
However, according to the Journal of Hospital Medicine (May 2016):

"Mobilizing patients reduces length of stay and hospital costs, while improving patient satisfaction and physical and psychological outcomes."

The inexpensive KILI Medical Drain Carrier:

  • suspends drains painlessly
  • improves mobility
  • allows bathing & changing clothes with ease
  • can be worn 24/7
  • one size fits all
  • offers patients comfort, dignity & safety.

Contact our office for a complimentary sample, or to learn more about this novel solution. Hospital/clinics receive a discount on purchases of 25 or more units.

Developed by  four-time cancer survivor, Cinde Dolphin, and used by UC Davis Medical Center, University of Chicago Medical Center, Sutter Memorial Hospital, St. Joseph Hospital - Denver and other locations.

Patent Pending