Echo Pro™ Echocardiography Table

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Bonnie Albrecht, PT

Williamsville, NY

“Our sonographers really like the Biodex Echo Pro Table. They love the electronic height adjustment. It allows the table to be lowered to a level where even patients with limited mobility can get on it easily. Once the patient is on the table, you can then raise it - smoothly - to a level that is comfortable for the sonographers to do their job. Because the table is so easy to get on and raise, it helps us when doing stress echoes in that we can get the patient off the treadmill, on the table and into position for imaging in a very short time." >>

Mike Halloway, RT, ARDMS, ARRT

Andalusia, AL

“I really like the Biodex Echo Pro Table for its ease of operation. I like the drop-away sonographer cut-out and the patient cut-out as well. The table has electronic height-adjustment, an infinitely adjustable Fowler Back and Trendelenburg and Reverse Trendelenburg positioning.Height adjustment with this table is a breeze. At the press of a button you can lower it to a level that allows patients to get on easily, then raise the table to a height that is easy and comfortable for the technologist. The Echo Pro Table is also very, very durable. It gets knocked around a bit in our facility." >>

Keith Fox, RDCS, RCVT
Coordinator of Cardiology Services

Euclid, OH

“We love our Biodex Echo Pro Table. It has allowed us to reduce the time it takes to get the quality images we need. It's comfortable for our patients and it is both easy-to-use and comfortable for our sonographers to work with.

Prior to getting this table we were using regular hospital exam beds. In order to get an apical view that was adequate, we had to have the patient lean back against the bed. This shifted the pictures further back into the patient's chest and made it difficult to get a nice image due to lung interference. Naturally, we tried different things in an attempt to improve our stress echoes. We used thicker mattresses and we tried cut-out mattresses. Both flattened out whenever we put large patients on the bed, leaving us with disappointing results." >>


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