Getting the right stretcher chair is crucial for any doctor or hospital. It can be a life-saver when dealing with patients that are in need of surgery. Fortunately, there are a number of different types to choose from. This article will give you an overview of several of them. It will also show you the price ranges and safety standards that each one has to meet.

Price ranges

Various factors are accelerating the growth of the global stretcher chair market. The market is driven by the rising prevalence of chronic disease and the increasing number of surgical procedures. The market is also being driven by the growing aging population. The rising prevalence of trauma cases and the increasing adoption of stretcher chairs are also contributing to the growth of the market. The rising expenditure on health care is also driving the market.

A stretcher chair is a medical device that helps to provide safe and optimal positioning for the patient. Stretcher chairs can be manually operated or electric powered. The manual stretcher chair is the most commonly used product in the market. It helps to provide optimal positioning for the patient and reduces the risk of musculoskeletal injuries. It is also relatively cost-effective.

Seat height ranges

Having the right seat height ranges for stretcher chair is important for occupant comfort and independent mobility. The seat height should provide a comfortable resting spot for the occupant’s feet. It should also provide sufficient clearance from the front edge of the seat to the back of the occupant’s leg.

In addition to the seat, there are also other aspects of a stretcher chair that may be important to an occupant. Armrests are especially important to provide the occupant with a comfortable and easy in and out position.

Arm rests should be at least 5″ above the seat and provide support for the forearms and shoulders. They should also fit under the table apron.

Safety standards

Typical stretcher chairs are used in the medical industry, particularly in outpatient surgery centers. They are used to place patients in supine, prone, and side-lying positions. They can also carry portable equipment, such as monitors, infusion pumps, and oxygen.

The safety standards for stretcher chair are based on the technical criteria in Section M301 of Title 36 CFR. However, there are some state regulations that are not mandated by federal law. Therefore, EMS leaders should examine their state’s regulations and determine which safety standards they should follow.

The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) has released updated recommendations for ambulance safety. These recommendations have been developed in conjunction with the National Truck Equipment Association (NTEA) and the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS).

The recommendations address a variety of equipment mounting and mounting systems, as well as patient compartment restraints. The SAE recommendations join two sets of standards, Triple-K and NFPA.

Housed ESC eye surgery stretcher-chair

Designed to get the patient through the procedure in a manner that focuses on patient comfort, the Hausted ESC eye surgery stretcher chair is designed to be both mobile and functional. This one has it all, from a telescoping IV pole, to a fully adjustable back rest and leg rest. A fold down footrest, located on the leg section, helps facilitate patient comfort while in exam mode.

The Hausted ESC eye surgery stretcher chair also boasts an innovative steering system. The helms controls feature a telescoping pole with a built in stirrup for a hands free experience. Also featured is a steer-lock caster on the foot section.

Powered Stair Stair Chair

Buying a powered stair stair chair is a great way to help someone get up and down the stairs without having to get out of the chair. These chairs work by using a rechargeable battery to power the system. The user sits in the chair and operates the system by pressing a button.

There are several different types of powered stair stair chairs available. Some models have power folding rails, which help to prevent tripping hazards at the bottom of the stairs.

Power swivel seats are another feature available on stair lifts. This is especially useful for people with mobility issues. The seat is controlled by a switch on the arm of the chair.

Wy’East Totalift II

Using a Wy’East Totalift II Stretcher Chair has a lot of benefits including the obvious: less strain on your back and knees. It also has a number of features you wouldn’t find on any other stretcher including a pneumatic assist, a slide top for easy patient transfers, and a swivel seat for optimal positioning. Moreover, the Totalift II boasts a 400 pound weight capacity, a feat that is not often seen on modern day stretchers.

Aside from the aforementioned features, the Totalift II boasts an integrated IV holder and O2 pole holders, a lap belt, and a new black mattress pad. Moreover, it comes with a 6 month parts and labour warranty, making it an ideal investment for hospitals and medical centers of all sizes.

Contact Select Patient Care to order stretcher chairs for your medical facility.