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We use the cardiac chairs and they work really well. You can spin the patient around in small areas and they have removable arm rests that some of the techs like to use for radial studies. You probably have one in the hospital somewhere, see if you can use it for a day.
Lisa

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Subject: Exam tables/stretchers


> 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?
>
> Thanks.
>
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