Greater comfort, dignity and security for patients

In the most intimate health care situations, many patients feel exposed and uneasy. Apprehension may even result in appointments and tests being avoided altogether. MeCovers is a simple, long-awaited solution to a common problem.

Better care

Throughout our lives, most of us have regular contact with the health care services. Intimate examinations are a vital part of looking after ourselves, but the sense of vulnerability and exposure can make the medical appointment stressful and uncomfortable. Allowing the patient to have more control over the situation makes it less unpleasant and takes away some of the anxiety. And when the patient feels safe and secure, communication and trust in the care services both improve. And ultimately, the result is more successful care.

MeCovers is a convenient solution for increasing comfort and maintaining every patient’s dignity. When the patient has the opportunity to use a privacy cover, they feel respected and understood. This lays a better foundation for a positive encounter with health care personnel.



MeCovers is used in

  • Gynaecological examinations
  • Urological examinations
  • Colonoscopy
  • Mammography
  • Other medical situations


A unisex-product

A unisex-product

MeCovers improves the care experience for both women and men. Avoiding unnecessary exposure enables the patient to relax more easily, thus also improving the quality of the examination.
Wide range of applications

Wide range of applications

MeCovers can be used for all kinds of medical situations where only a specific part of the body needs to be fully exposed to conduct the examination or take the test.


MeCovers is a disposable product, held together by an elastic band. The patient can either pull it over their head or stepping into it feet first. Adjust the flap position according to the needs of your specific examination.

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Studies into experiences of gynaecological examinations reveal that the majority of patients would appreciate a privacy cover.