2. Opening to Ostomy bag (Easy Release Highly Recommended for Ostomies: See figure 3 Below ).
Flap Opens to the left.
Infusion Tab keeps cords away from baby's neck and diaper area
G Tube Day Romper
G, GJ, & Ostomy Romper
G, GJ Buttons & Ostomy
with Easy Release Button
Flap opens to the right with Easy Release
Infusion Tab for G Tube Cord
Example of an EASY Release Button:
Optional for a $5.00 surcharge
Easy Release Button: Romper can be taken OFF or PUT on without disconecting feed. Perfect feature for Ostomy Pouch or continuous feeds.
The Easy Release Feature is available on the G-Button, GJ Button, Ostomy Rompers, (highly recommended for Ostomies), Post-Surgical Rompers, and Combination Rompers. It is NOT available on XS (size) rompers.
* If your child has a trach, the first two snaps on any romper you order will be replaced with VELCRO.
* If your child has additional cords, such as IV tubing, a Broviac, Ostomy bag, etc, and you need an additional Infusion Tab down the opposite leg, please email us at email@example.com for a special order.
* Our rompers do NOT contain metal and can therefore be worn during an X-Ray and CT Scan. (Choose plastic snap option on attributes when ordering)
The G-Button, GJ-Button and Ostomy Rompers have a flap that typically opens to the left to allow access to the gastro area. When flap is closed it detours your child from playing with the Buttons and keeps the feeding cord in place, so it can't twist around and unlock, which can result in loss of child's nutrition and/or medication given. The Infusion Tab down the leg keeps the cord away from little fingers and the neck area, giving parents peace of mind during night feeds and naps. The Tab also keeps the cords away from diaper area while baby is being changed. Discounted price from Internet/Specials/Brochures will register at checkout. This item is great for most children (newborn babies, infants, & toddlers).
To Learn about the EASY RELEASE OPTION: SEE FIGURE 3 BELOW For Post-Surgical: SEE FIGURE 8 BELOW
Post-Surgial G-Button OR GJ-Button Romper- The Post-Surgical Romper comes with two different sized flaps; Both snap into place and allow the baby to go from post-surgical G-Button (a temporary and over sized gastric button) to a regular (smaller G-Button). The larger flap has ‘give’, and is only used until the regular/permanent button is in place. The smaller pocket then becomes the permanent flap. (Patent Pending)
Two flaps/pockets: One for larger G-Buttons post-surgery and a smaller pocket, which becomes the permanent flap for the smaller G-Button OR GJ Button. Both pockets snap into place and can be used with an Ostomy Pouch.
LARGE Post-Surgical G-Button OR GJ Button
Easy Release Button- Optional. (Highly recommended for Ostomy Pouch).
Tab keeps cords away from neck and little fingers.
Baby nipple in photo depicts Larger Button
* Romper WORMS have been trialed in select Neonatal Intensive Care Units and Children's Hospitals.
* In addition, each romper design has been tested and/or evaluated by home nurses, physical therapists, parents with babies who were in the hospital and/or at home, a pediatric gastroenterology surgeon, a cardiac thoracic surgeon, surgical nurses, doctors and respiratory specialists in both NICU's and Children's hospitals.