RITTER 223 (POWER HT + BACK)
Ritter just shortened the distance between good patient care and good value.
To really care for people, you must understand the patients you care for today... and tomorrow. And with an increasingly aging population, your patients may need assistance in accessing an exam table. Getting on an exam table can be an anxious, insecure moment, especially for elderly and special needs patients. The Ritter 223 High-Low Table lowers to 18 inches from the floor, making it easier for patients to get on the table... eliminating excess strain on their backs, as well as, the backs of physicians and staff. This low height means patients can get on the table with no or minimal staff assistance, helping them maintain their dignity. Measuring 37 inches in the highest position, this Ritter High-Low Table also has the absolute lowest and highest height combination on the market, making exams more comfortable. This maximum low and high height also eliminates excess bending and stooping to help your patients onto the table surface, once again minimizing stress and strain on the backs of physicians and staff. Once a patient is on the table, with a touch of the foot control, the Ritter High-Low Table allows precise patient positioning with minimal effort on everyones part. And that goes a long way toward helping your patients - and you - feel relaxed.
With unprecedented low and high positioning heights, the Ritter 223 features a power back system. It also has a built-in pillow, hideaway stirrups that lock in one of four lateral positions, foot extension shelf to expand the table length, paper roll holder hidden under headrest, storage for four 21" x 3.5" diameter paper rolls, polystyrene treatment pan, Exam Assistant Drawer System(tm) and leveling screws The Ritter 223 unique arm system accessory gives your patients a stable platform to assist them in getting onto the table. ly care for people, you must understand the patients you care for today... and tomorrow. And with an increasingly aging population, your patients may need assistance in accessing an exam table.