Agree with Ethan on this. However, depending on your instrument table, you may
have to remove the footrest/ handrails.
If you lower the table to accommodate a shorter patient with the patient’s feet
on the footrest, the tabletop crunches into the thighs.
On Jan 16, 2020, 12:37 AM -0500, Ethan Priel <prieleye@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, wrote:
We've been using the motorized Reliance 2000 fof many years. A workhorse.
On Jan 16, 2020 01:10, Amy Baker <bakeras.67@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hello! Looking for ideas for suitable patient chair for OCT’s and FA’s. A
seat a little larger than the normal patient chair...yet one that will sit
up higher if needed and preferably no arms...
Thank you all!!
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