Jean Therapy

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Jean therapy prefers to an experimental technique that uses jeans to prevent or treat disease.

Current Practice

The most prevalent application of jean therapy is the use of skinny jeans to increase venous flow in patients with sepsis or septic shock.[1][2] Jeans may be used when a current pair of jeans are mutated or too lose or if the patient had no pairs of jeans in the first place. Jean therapy has had much more success than scrub pants therapy or slacks therapy because the latter modalities are too loose around the groin, thighs, and legs to be effective.

Future Practice

The ultimate goal is to treat other disorders like hypertension, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes by inserting jeans onto patients instead of using drugs or surgery.

Additional Reading

- Pants

- Sepsish

- Sepsis-3


- Surviving Sepsis Campaign

- The Third International Consensus Definitions for Sepsis and Septic Shock

- Vancomycin

- Zosyn (Piperacillin-Tazobactam)


  1. Skinny Jeans Increase Venous Return in Sepsis (Gomerblog)
  2. Hipster Loses Left Testicle Due to Excessively Tight Pants (Gomerblog)

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