Some patients wear the garment as much as possible for the first 7 days. After that it is good to purchase a lighter support garment or body shaper from a local department store to be worn during activity for 1 more week. Compression created by the garment is the most important thing after your procedure. Take your garment off only to shower or change the dressing.
Remember, wearing the garment is more important than trying to stay dry so do not attempt too many frequent dressing changes. To change the dressings, simply take off the wet ones and use the sanitary pads or the dressings provided by the nurse and apply over incision sites. Use extra padding in these areas. Chin support garments are worn 24 hours per day for 2 days and then nightly through the next 10 days.
a garment is some thing you wear (made out of fabric) and fabric is what the garment is made of
You should wear the pressure garment for at least one week and for as long as six days if possible. This helps to ensure that healing goes well after having abdomen and arms liposuction.
Something you wear starting with the letter I is izar. An izar is a long garment worn over other clothing by Muslim women.
There is no such thing as a lipo. Lipo-dissolve is a procedure that dissolves the fat cells in ones body. It is reported that it will take multiple injections to dissolve any fat.
A lipo battery charger is a charger that charges lipo batteries. Lipo batteries are good for long amounts of prolonged use, and can hold a large amount of power. A good guide on safety would be http://www.rchelisite.com/lipo_battery_charging_and_safety_guide.php
it gives good body shape. garment can be wear easily. make the garment more attractive.
In medieval times, a nanny would wear a uniform. The uniform was much the same as what a maid would wear, a long smock-type garment with a mob hat.
Like underwear is considered as clothing, or pants is consider as clothing, but I only know of garment wear. britches. drawers. garment wear
A kirtle may be either a tunic-like garment for men; or a long dress for women to wear beneath a cloak. One Latin equivalent is a tunica, which is a sleeved garment worn by Roman men and women. Another Latin equivalent is palla, which is a long and wide outer garment worn by Roman women.
They never did. First of all a toga was a male garment. It was only worn by Roman men who were citizens. The Greeks did not wear togas. Roman women wore a stola and palla. The Greeks used a garment called a chiton for both men and women.
garment, goucho pants....
The special garment the Senate in the republic ancient Rome wore was the toga.
A garment is something you wear that is made from fabrics, like a skirt made from wool flannel.
Sure. So long as the temple garment is worn properly, anything may be worn over it. Most Church members don't want to wear regular underwear (aside from women's bras) over the temple garment because it just adds extra bulk.
The garment is called a cowl.
Judges typically wear (judicial) robes.
This garment is called a Tutu
The origin is uncertain and therefore unknown. However, there is a theory that the garmnent was named after the heavyweight boxer John Sullivan who used to wear a similar garment in the boxing ring. The same company has been making this garment for 225 years
No they don't because it seems like that garment is already old, so they make a new trend to have a new runway show. If that specific garment is for a celebrity client, they make that certain garment for that celebrity to wear but they don't put it on a runway.
it is called a hijjab. i wear one so i know. :-)
Monks wear a tunic and a cowl. There is also a scapula for work, stockings and shoes. The scapula is a garment consisting of a long wide piece of woolen cloth worn over the shoulders with an opening for the head.