Midmark 230 Power Procedure Chair

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Extending the stirrups and treatment pan, lowering the foot support and tilting the seat provide the perfect position for OB/GYN exams and procedures.

The table supports exams and procedures requiring supine, prone, left lateral or right lateral positioning.

Tool-less reconfigure of the foot support provides the perfect position for colon and rectal exams and procedures.

Whether better positioning the patient, treating for shock or faintness or increasing anesthesia onset, the Trendelenburg position offers a full 30° of tilt.

A 24-inch wide and flat upholstery option offers greater accessibility to the patient. The seamless design ensures a great look and easy-to-clean surface.

Articulating arm board accessory supports patient’s arm. Its ball joint design permits multi-directional movement.

Locking casters accessory provides mobility without sacrificing valuable floor space.

Electrical Outlets: Duplex, hospital grade*
Rotation: Models equipped with rotation option add 3 1/2 inches to minimum and maximum height specifications
Flat upholstery set, 24 inches wide
Patient Load Rating: 450 lbs. (204 kg); Stirrups are standard
Height: Minimum 22.5 inches (57.2 cm); Maximum 40 inches (101.6 cm)
Seat Tilt Angle Range: 0° to 30°
Back Support Angle Range: 0° to 85°
Foot Support Angle Range: 0° to 90°
Upholstery Width Dimensions:
Headrest: 18 inches (45.7 cm)
Back support: 27 inches (68.6 cm)
Seat: 27 inches (68.6 cm)
Foot support: 18 inches (45.7 cm)
Patient Support Surface Length:
Flat position: 72 inches (182.9 cm)
Flat position with headrest extended: 83 inches (210.8 cm)
Paper Roll Holder Capacity: Holds 18 × 3.5 inch paper roll (45.7 × 8.9 cm)
Stainless Steel Treatment Pan Dimensions: 11.5 (H) × 9 (W) × 2.5 (D) inches (29.2 × 22.9 × 6.4 cm)
Optional Electrical Outlet Rating: 115 VAC, 3 Amps

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