MRI Stretcher with Fowler Positioning

MRI Stretcher with Fowler Positioning
Fowler positioning comfortably accommodates patients for prolonged periods.
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Fowler positioning comfortably accommodates patients for prolonged periods. Ideal for patient transport to and within the MRI suite, the MRI Stretcher with Fowler positioning is non-magnetic, all aluminum, and designed for heavy-duty use. Fowler positioning is infinitely adjustable and the stretcher comes complete with mattress, restraining straps and retractable guard rails. Five-inch ball bearing swivel casters provide easy, controlled mobility and lock firmly to secure the stretcher in position as needed.

Optional IV Rod mounts in a socket at the head end of the table. 


Fowler positioning comfortably accommodates
patients for prolonged periods

  • Fowler positioning
  • 500-lb patient capacity
  • Includes mattress and retractable guard rails
  • Completely non-ferrous
Biodex Medical Systems, Inc.


  • Dimensions:
    - Tabletop: 72" l x 24" w (182.8 x 60.9 cm)
    - Overall: 74.5" l x 27.75" w x 34" h (189.3 x 70 x 86 cm)
  • Fowler Positioning: 0° to 80° infinitely adjustable, manual
  • Wheels: 5" locking casters
  • Finish: Powder coat
  • Patient Capacity: 500 lb (226.8 kg); weight tested to four times the patient load rating.
  • Compliance: MR Conditional; Tested with Philips Achieva 3T System and tested and approved with Siemens Trio 3T System and the Siemens Verio 3T System.
  • Weight: 110 lb (49.9 kg)
  • Shipping Weight: 170 lb (77.1 kg)
  • Warranty: One year


Models and Ordering

To order, call 1-800-224-6339

240-110 Stretcher, MRI with Fowler Positioning  
240-189 IV Pole
40" H x .70" dia (102 x 1.8cm) 

(800) 224-6339

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