Build a wardrobe and complete your look with PICC Cover Fashions TM. From metallic shimmer to stunning glitter, from simple solids to the latest trends - we’ve got great covers to turn healing time into some fashion fun. PICC Cover Fashions TM are designed to conceal a PICC line located on the arm and can be worn by OmniPod users as well. PICC Cover Fashions is the only decorative arm band that is custom sized for a perfect, comfortable fit.
Simply slip the stretchable sleeve up over your arm and position in place. Shown in ‘Full Arm ‘style worn over the elbow. Also available in ‘Bicep’ style worn above the elbow on the biceps. Please follow “How to Measure” instructions for preferred style. Please note that these custom sizes are non-refundable.
NOTE: This is a decorative cover only. This cover is not intended to replace a bandage, dressing, or any other medical covering. It should only be worn over such protective dressings as a fashion accessory.
IMPORTANT: Don't forget to measure your arm carefully using a tape measure. Do not add ‘extra’ to your measurements, measure snugly. This will insure a proper fit. Your PICC cover will be fashioned to fit based on these measurements. Custom Sizes are non-refundable.
We realize that not everyone's arm is the same size.
PICC Cover Fashions is the only brand that offers custom sizing at no additional cost.
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Width: Measure snugly around the circumference of the arm using a tape measure. This will insure a proper fit. Do not add ‘extra’ to the measurements. The PICC cover will be fashioned to fit based on these measurements. OmniPod users measure arm only (without OmniPod).
For ‘Full Arm’ style, worn over the elbow, enter two (2) Width measurements:Measure in two places: at the biceps (top of cover) and at the forearm (bottom of cover); (Example Enter 12” - 7”).
For ‘Biceps’ style, worn above the elbow, enter one (1) Width measurement taken at the bicep (HALFWAY BETWEEN THE SHOULDER AND ELBOW). If the measurements on the bicep vary by more than an inch, then enter both top and bottom circumferences.