Renaissance stretchers by Stryker (If I remember correctly) worked very
well in the Ultrasound/vascular lab where I worked.
Adjustable height foot control, good strong brakes, attached IV pole. We
also had stretchers by Hil-Rom and they were always a problem as the
brake would not hold. Every time we had one repaired, it would last only
a couple of months before the braking mechanism would go again.
Jerry Sherrow, RVT wrote:
>We are in the process of compiling captial equipment request for the
>upcoming fiscal year. We are considering the purchase of a new exam
>table/stretcher for vascular exams. Does anyone have suggestions of
>products to consider?
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