[optimal] RE: [optimal] ***UNCHECKED*** Re: Re: Patient chair forOCT’s/FA’s

  • From: "Sanchez, Andres" <sancheza6@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "optimal@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <optimal@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 16 Jan 2020 15:06:48 +0000

The Haag-streit chair is what docs use for lasers and I use for all imaging.  
They’re a little pricey but last forever.   We have a few that are 20 years old.

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Sent: Thursday, January 16, 2020 7:23 AM
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Subject: [optimal] ***UNCHECKED*** Re: Re: Patient chair forOCT’s/FA’s

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.

Tom
On Jan 16, 2020, 12:37 AM -0500, Ethan Priel 
<prieleye@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx<mailto:prieleye@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>>, wrote:

We've been using the motorized Reliance 2000 fof many years. A workhorse.

https://www.haag-streit.com/haag-streit-usa/products/reliance-medical/exam-procedure-chairs/2000/

Ethan

On Jan 16, 2020 01:10, Amy Baker 
<bakeras.67@xxxxxxxxx<mailto: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!!
Sent from my iPhone

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