MRI Stretcher

MRI Stretcher
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Ideal for patient transport
 
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Overview

This heavy-duty, all aluminum non-magnetic stretcher is ideal for MRI patient transport. Finished in attractive white powder coat, it comes complete with mattress, restraining straps and retractable guard rails. Although light in weight for easy, controlled mobility, the MRI Stretcher accommodates up to a 500-lb patient safely and comfortably. It rolls on 5" ball-bearing swivel casters that lock firmly to secure the stretcher in place when positioned. Optional IV Rod mounts in a socket at the head end of the table. 

Features

  • Smooth and effortless mobility
  • MR conditional for 3T
  • 500-lb patient capacity
  • Includes mattress and retractable guard rails 

Specifications

  • 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)
  • Wheels: 5" locking casters
  • Finish: Powder coat
  • Shipping Weight:  200 lbs.
  • 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: 85 lb (39 kg)
  • Warranty: One year

 

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Models and Ordering

To order, call 1-800-224-6339

240-100 Stretcher, MRI $2,550.00
240-189 IV Pole
40" H x .70" dia (102 x 1.8cm) 
150.00

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