My name is Christine Huber and I am a LVAD Coordinator at Barnes Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, MO. I think the products you have created for the LVAD population is incredible! I have so many patients who want or need an alternative wearable for their equipment, specifically one that provides them the ability to be hands free while also concealing the equipment in a secure manner. This eases their fears of being perceived as “unusual” or “intimidating” because they have equipment attached to their body and reduces their anxiety about the securement of their device components. . Your product has given patients the opportunity to resume participating in their favorite activities and encourages mobility, both of which are invaluable for the patients.
1 month ago
love my tank tops,feel normal.got two tank tops about a year ago and going to buy 2 more. P.S. for my Heartware
2 months ago
I bought this backpack and I love it! This is my favorite so far, I can move around without feeling the weight. I drive with it on and don't even feel bulky on my back. I highly recommend this backpack!
3 months ago
I ordered my husband a heartwarming shirt. Wonderful. He is so excited. Very discreet and comfortable. Thank you.
5 months ago
Love the lvad shirts I have also the tank top. I wish they would come in different colors.
11 months ago
Shared this on social media: Ladies, I have been longing for a better way to wear my batteries besides the holsters. I don't like the shirts. I have tried backpacks, ok, but hurts my neck and shoulders. I tried a fanny pack, ok, but hurt my back. I even made some other items. I may have found it. There are new vests on lvadgear.com I ordered a black medium one. Just got it today and wore it all day. Very sturdy and comfortable. Does a good job distributing the weight. Large/deep outside pockets. It zips up, but I am a little too big to zip this one. That's ok, I like the size. I may order a white large one. I am 5ft 2in and 1xx lbs. LOL #lvadgear #lvad #heartfailure #batterypowered #batteryoperated
One Con: I wear mine open. It pulls down on the back of my neck, just a little too much. It would be nice if it was cut just a bit lower around the back of the neck.