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Medical Stools

Vinyl upholstery Polished metal base with durable casters Pneumatic seat-height adjustment 17" seat diameter Base size: 27Wx27"D B245 model has adjustable seat height: 21-27"H; back size: 10Hx16"W

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Medical Stools Provide Seated Maneuverability

Medical stools give your care providers the swivel and roll they need to treat and examine patients while sitting down. Pneumatic seat adjustments, built-in foot rings and stool backs are some of the option features that make these chairs user-friendly. Heavy-duty casters attached to sturdy legs keep the stools upright for safe use.

Give Providers a Greater Range of Movement

Care providers spend a lot of time on their feet, but seated exams work best in some cases. For those times, a medical stool makes it possible to reach necessary medical equipment and approach the patient at just the right angle. Swiveling casters allow the stool to move smoothly in any direction, and the swiveling portion of the seat puts the care provider in the optimal spot with a quick turn.

Choose the Features That Fit Your Practice

Backless stools allow your staff to sit down from any direction for easy stool use. Stools with backs provide extra back support for those long evaluations or for care providers with back problems. Choose height-adjustable medical stools to let each provider get just the right height. This little feature means multiple people can share a stool with a quick adjustment to make it comfortable and functional.

Prevent Office Accidents With Stable Stools

Safe, stable stools keep your care providers from becoming patients themselves. Choosing a stool with five legs and casters gives that extra support, making the chair less likely to tip. Encourage providers to work at a comfortable, safe height for better control over the stool.