When choosing an exam table, be sure it can accommodate your clinical workflow, patients and providers—today and into the future.
The equipment you choose can have a tremendous impact on patients and staff. Exam tables in ambulatory settings typically have a fixed height of about 33 inches, requiring caregivers to assist or lift patients with mobility limitations. In some cases, patients are unable to get onto the exam table—this can inhibit the exam process and lower the quality of care received. Using an adjustable height exam chair can improve accessibility for patients, reducing the risk of injury to patients and staff.
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