THE SURGICAL CONCEPT
The SURGICAL operating chair has been developed specifically for outpatient surgery. This product helps to prevent patient movements and the risk of back injury for your staff. It provides unparalleled comfort for the patient and improves your efficiency. The SURGICAL chair is suitable for ophthalmology, surgery procedures. Using multiple operating chairs, patients can be moved efficiently from the outpatient surgery unit to the operating unit.
ADVANTAGES OF THE SURGICAL CHAIR
The chair offers many advantages: it allows patient preoperative preparation, treatment or surgery, and postoperative care. The patient remains seated in the chair throughout the procedure, from admission to postoperative care. Before and after surgery, it is not necessary to use a bed or a stretcher: this saves time and reduces investments.
- Before and after surgery, it is not necessary to use a bed or a stretcher: this saves time and reduces investments.
- No need to transfer the patient from the stretcher to the operating table. This makes the SURGICAL chair highly ergonomic for nurses, staff and the patient.
- Your efficiency will improve significantly by using multiple SURGICAL operating chairs.
Power supply & emergency safety devices The power supply is used only for the battery charge, moreover, the chair is provided with various emergency and safety devices.
Duty cycle battery
The battery allows to work till 1 week before recharge it.
The specific wheels equipped with a foot pedal that allows 3 position: directional, steering, brake.
The hand control allows a complete control of all movements & settings of the chair.
- Wireless foot control
- Armrest for anaesthesia
- Oxygen connection
- Wrist rest for the surgeon
- Drip pole
Consult the table below to find out all the technical data of this product.
|Approximate net weight||kg 150 (330 lbs)|
|Maximum Patient weight||kg 300 (660lbs)|
|Rechargeable system built in||Yes|
|Battery level display||Yes|
|Battery working cycle||approx 1 week (under standard working conditions)|
|Mode operation for the actuators||2′ work under load / 18′ rest|
|Maximum Patient height||1000 mm|
|Minimum Patient height||680 mm|
|Column stroke||320 mm|
|Backrest tilt angle||0° (flat) / 82°|
|Legrest tilt angle||0° (flat) / 62°|
|Trendelenburg angle||-18°/-10° (total tilt angle 28°)|
|Seat width||600 mm|
|Wheels||3 positions commanded by foot pedal (brake/steer/neutral)|
|Hand control||Full control of the actuators|
|Headrest||3 movements usefull for a complete possibility of regulations|
|Optionals||Armrest, Oxygen pipe|