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gown

(goun)
n.
A robe or smock worn in operating rooms and other parts of hospitals as a guard against contamination.
tr.v. gowned, gowning, gowns
To clothe (oneself or another) with a gown.
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gown

Graduate education The black sari worn during graduation from an educational experience Infectious control A cloth, paper, or synthetic garment which covers the body to a greater–from the wrists and neck northward to the knees or below, southward–surgical gowns, or lesser–from upper arms and neck to mid-thigh for Pt gowns–degree. See Personal protection garment.
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These instructions were given consistent with the random gowning or non-gowning assignment noted on the back of the patient: fee sheet at reception/registration.
Those patients in the gowned group who refused gowning.
To test the hypothesis that the doctor-patient relationship may be compromised by the presence of a "barrier" gown, the effects of gowning status on physician trust were estimated.