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Medical Stools: Providing Plush Comfort

 
 
Reply Sat 4 Jan, 2014 11:59 am
It doesn't matters in what sort of health-oriented or medical profession you are, if you deal with people and helping them to feel better in a physical way, there are chances that you will examine. Thereby, there is need of appropriate stools as it forms a larger part of what you do. This piece of furniture is utilized almost everywhere like operating rooms, waiting rooms and even emergency rooms. Such stools help on easy movement from one point to the other during medical procedures. While designing these inevitable medical stools with or without wheels, do consider the following points:
Durability
Comfort-ability
Mobility
Easy to use
Pressure they put on lower back
Lumbar-support
Armrests
All of us, undoubtedly, want to set up our workplace in such a way that it looks pleasant and inviting. It will be an easier task to deal with if you have all the furnishing items, which can make people to feel at ease. Laboratory stools with backrest are different from drafting chairs or traditional office chairs as they are constructed specially for medical professionals. Before you make a purchase, there are some points that will fit the milieu of work.

Upholstery: Wooden saddle stools are upholstered in anti-vinyl and anti-bacterial upholstery. It protects against stains and spills. Moreover, being durable, it withstands more wear and tear.Wheels: Wheels are an important component. Medical stools usually have hard casters designed for carpets, or tile floors. There are also soft casters that protect the floor from streaks or scratches. Rubber pegs or glides are often inserted into the base of the stool to keep it fixed on a place unless moved. Height: Another key point that is must to check. A too lower stool can result in ache and pain, owing to abnormal posture and a too high stool will make your day strenuous. So, always choose the one that ensures maximum adjust-ability.

Some essential features to consider prior to purchase of medical stools with back:

They should be made of high quality steel frame so that they can be cleaned easily.

The seats of the stools should be made with anti-microbial material like anti-microbial vinyl.

Another important thing you should consider is stability. Make sure that the wheel base is wider than the seat. Usually stools with five legs are seen almost everywhere.

Whether you are looking wooden saddle stools or steel stools, they should be adjustable. As physicians often need to adjust the heights frequently while they are involved in the procedures that need sterile conditions.

Now-a-days, stools are manufactured keeping ergonomics in mind. They are designed for optimum comfort, footrests are built with a structure that support the posture of the patient. There might be some optional backrests, which are specially molded to provide adequate support in long medical procedures.

Stool should allow you to lean 120 degrees back with lumbar support and must be equipped with armrests.

While purchasing, make sure that the stool you consider for the hospital or clinic provides comfort to all, and is ergonomic friendly. Industrial drafting stools and medical stools almost look alike, and both are used for sitting purposes.
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Reply Sat 4 Jan, 2014 02:31 pm
@zedhenning,
You sure this isn't about lab specimens?
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