Technology | October 22, 2010

Combination Table Reduces Procedure Time

The Biodex Sound Pro Combination Table combines imaging features of both the Ultra Pro and Echo Pro tables, making it a versatile solution to any imaging facility. Fully equipped for OB/GYN, general ultrasound and echocardiography, this table is ergonomically designed for both sonographer and patient.

Comfortable shoulder, arm and hand positions are provided to help prevent musculoskeletal injuries while scanning. Sonographers have the choice to work from a seated or standing position. There are no barriers between sonographer and patient, allowing correct scanning posture. The cardiac scanning cutout provides open access to the patient’s left thorax area for an unobstructed apical approach. The motorized Fowler back is infinitely adjustable to 80 degrees via hand or foot controller.

The Sound Pro Combination Table reduces the total amount of time required to achieve a quality image. Patient comfort is assured even through lengthy procedures by cushioned arm supports, a thick mattress and a multitude of comfort-driven design details. The unique swing-out cardiac scanning cutout cushion doubles as an armrest, while the leg section drops down to 40 degrees for patients with circulatory issues. The extra wide top with 500-pound patient capacity makes this table suitable for bariatric patients.

For more information: www.biodex.com/soundpro

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