1. Patient Weight Capacity
Always check the patient weight capacity of the ultrasound table. A majority of ultrasound tables have a rather large weight capacity, but it’s always a good idea to take this into consideration.
For many, mobility is a very important factor for ultrasound tables. A mobile ultrasound table can make transferring patients easy and quick. For example, the MD-250 Multi-Purpose Exam Table has 5” locking casters for mobility. Sometimes mobile ultrasound tables aren’t necessary, so it really depends on your setting and application.
3. Table Height and Position Capability
When selecting an ultrasound exam table, take into consideration the measurements of the table itself. Also factor in the table height range to validate that it’s a good fit for your setting, the height range can often vary. Position capability is a major factor since patient positioning is important. Keep in mind that many ultrasound tables can be positioned in a fowler position, Trendelenburg position and other auto level motorized adjustments.
4. Drop Window
In any procedure or treatment, patient comfort and proper positioning is important. Our wide selection of high-quality ultrasound tables will help create a smooth and efficient medical environment for both staff and patients. As always, if you have any questions or comments please feel free to share your thoughts below.