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Bariatric Chair / Stretcher (Model Mdtmbc835)

The Bariatric Chair/Stretcher, model MDTMBC835, is a stretcher wheelchair designed for use by individuals with mobility disabilities or spinal cord injury. This manual wheelchair converts to a rolling stretcher with the flip of a switch. FRAME: 39 inches wide. The chair / stretcher comes with an IV rod and oxygen holder. SEAT: The seat is 31 inches wide. The back has an electrically-driven recline function and is infinitely adjustable. ARMRESTS: Includes independently adjustable armrests. FOOTRE

Bounder, Bounder Plus, & Big Bounder Power Gurney

The Bounder, Bounder Plus, and Big Bounder Power Gurneys are powered stretchers designed for use by individuals with severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. FRAME: Black powder- coated steel tube frame with reinforced side and end rail mounts, made using TIG welded box frame construction. CONTROLS: UE1D electronics featuring six programs with a bi-directional select switch and electric brake controls. Options include a programmer for electronics; attendant controls; custom hand contr

Ec+ Extra Care Bariatric Transport Chair (Model 6850)

The EC+ Extra Care Bariatric Transport Chair, model 6850, is a powered transport chair and stretcher designed for use by individuals with obesity and mobility, neurological, or severe physical disabilities. It converts from a chair to a stretcher in order to facilitate transport and transfers. FRAME: In stretcher position, height is adjustable from 24.5 to 32.5 inches. Overall greatest width is 33.5 inches. There is a full width push handle. CONTROLS: Electric operation with pendant controls. SE

Self Propelled Stretcher With Side Rails

Self propelled stretcher. Chrome plated tubular steel frame with 24 inch front drive wheels with hand rims and 8 inch rear casters. Foam pad upholstered in naugahyde vinyl. Rubber bumpers at each corner. Available with side rails. Height adjustable from 26 to 30 inches. Overall length 60 inches. Width 29 inches.

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