We use hospital stretchers.. They do everything.. go up.. go down, move easily. take up to 600lb weight limit.  Can also do Trendelenburg and reverse trendelenburg..  I've also heard of people using dental chairs... Does anyone use those?  

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From: UVM Flownet [mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of denise
Sent: Monday, March 27, 2006 1:51 PM
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Subject: exam table and chair

I recently was injured performing a study. Current
problem, my table at lowest adjustment is too high,
and my stool is not able to adjust high enough. I am
short and abdominal studies are difficult with this
My work is now looking into getting a ergonomic table
and chair for my workstation. 

Any suggestions?

Anyone have the Vascular table and chair from Sound

Any feedback is greatly appreciated.
Thank you.

Have a nice day!!! 
:) Smile!! 

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