The new Biodex Echo/Vasc Pro table is the logical choice when performing vascular scanning and echocardiography – to view arteries, veins and heart chambers. The table design will help improve images by providing dramatic 30-degree reverse Trendelenburg positioning. The foot support and body straps stabilize the patient safely throughout the procedure while cutouts on either side of the table address patient access and sonographer ergonomics.
The Echo/Vasc Pro Table is so accommodating it reduces the total amount of time required to achieve a quality image. The 30-degree positioning expands lower extremity veins for maximum vessel dilation and faster and easier recognition of structures. Patient comfort is assured, even through lengthy procedures by a thick mattress and table adjustability, including Fowler positioning to 80-degrees.
The cardiac scanning cutout provides open access to the patient's left thorax area for an unobstructed apical approach. The sonographer cutout is an ergonomic design element that virtually eliminates repetitive strain injuries.
Length: 73 in/185.4 cm
Width: 30 in/76.2 cm
Height: 23 - 39 in/58.4 - 99 cm
Weight: 335 lbs/152 kg
Patient Capacity: 500 lb/227 kg; Weight tested to four times the patient load rating
115 VAC or 230 VAC
Torso Section: Features sonographer and patient cutouts with Fowler positioning
Lower Body Section: Remains fixed
Cardiac Scanning Cutout: With pivoting cushion that doubles as an armrest
Adjustable Sonographer Cutout: Drops down or folds up for maximum access to the patient
Patient Restraints: Two body straps
Mattress: Torso section 2" (5 cm) thick, lower body section 3" (8 cm) thick; foam rubber pad covered with seamless, durable Naugahyde
Upholstery Color: Graphite with powder coat finish
Height Adjustable: 23 - 39 in/58.4 - 99 cm
Trendelenburg: 0° to 15°
Reverse Trendelenburg: 0° to 30°
Fowler Back: 0° to 80°, infinitely adjustable
Hand Control: Activates height, Trendelenburg motions, Fowler positioning and auto level motions
Foot Control (Optional): Activates height, Trendelenburg motions, and Fowler positioning