ABCO Health Care's NEW Dynamic Tilt Table improves recovery rates while reducing risks to carers. This is achieved through progressive partial weight bearing exercises using the sliding top on the tilt table which can significantly strengthen de-conditioned lower limbs.
ABCO Health Care's new Dynamic Tilt Table is available in a range of configurations to optimise patient care and outcomes. It is designed and manufactured in Australia with a 5 year warranty based on our popular Dual Action Tilt Table available since 1997.
Therapeutic Tilt Tables are primarily used in the acute phase of rehabilitation following trauma [eg Spinal Cord Injury or Traumatic Brain Injury], in ICU's, for functional rehabilitation of handicapped or disabled patients and in cardiac assessments.
By using a twin column lift we are able to achieve a more powerful lifting function without lengthwise movement during height adjustment. As a bonus, we have been able to design a table structure which has fewer places where hands or limbs could be crushed.
It was developed to permit easy transfers to the tilt table independently, from a wheelchair, bed or with a hoist [there is 155mm clearance below the frame for hoist clearance]. Carers can adjust the working height to the best level for them [up to 970 or 770mm depending on the height range chosen] using the hand control.
The long cut-out in the leg area allows for individual strapping of the legs as required. A set of three patient straps is supplied as standard.
The table top tilts to 80deg and patients can safely walk on and off the table if appropriate taking advantage of the adjustable angle foot plate [ +/- 30deg in 5deg steps]. Two angle indicators, one on either side of the table, are also a standard accessory.
Improves patient recovery rates while reducing risks to carers.
Whether used in a Rehabilitation setting or at a patient's bedside, the Dynamic Tilt Table can improve patient recovery rates while reducing risks to carers.
This is achieved through progressive partial weight bearing exercises using the sliding top on the tilt table which can significantly strengthen deconditioned lower extremities.
Repeated exercise on the Dynamic Tilt Table allows physical progress to be assessed in an objective manner.
For patients able to exercise only one leg, a leg support [standard inclusion] can be fitted to either side of the table
Patient handling causes many injuries to health care workers and the use of a Dynamic Tilt Table overcomes the need to move patients out of bed on to the floor for weight bearing exercise critical for their recovery.
How it works
Simply transfer the patient to the table, raise the backrest slightly for comfort and resistance, remove the insert, release the lock and your patient is ready to exercise with the level of resistance controlled by the angle of the table.
The ABCO Health Care Dynamic Tilt Table is built to handle patients weighing up to 350kgs.
Moving the table to a patient's bedside reduces patient discomfort and the costs of transfers. The 125mm lockable castors make moving the table effortless.
Standard configuration includes
Height range 570 - 970mm
Tilting capacity 200kg
Fast and slow tilting speed with 'soft-stops'
Adjustable angle twin foot plate
Set of 3 patient straps
Tilt angle indicators on both sides of table
Single leg support
There is no Australian GST payable on Tilt Tables.
Product Code: TY400.07021.CEE00H0.005P0
Tilt Tables are GST Free $7870 total price
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