|Length chair postion (floor space)||110 cm|
|Length bed position||192 cm|
|Length lying surface||192 cm|
|Width lying surface||60 cm|
|Padding thickness lying surface||7,5 cm|
|Length armrest||56 cm|
|Width armrests||12 cm|
|Entrance height||54 cm|
|Diameter of castors||10 cm|
|Backrest inclination||-5° bis 78°|
|Seat part inclination||0 bis 22°|
|Footrest inclination||0 bis 90°|
|Tension||230V/ 50-60Hz; 110V/ 50-60Hz|
|Weight of chair||78 kg|
|Max. patient weight||220 kg|
This compact couch meets the specific needs of oncology day hospitals, infusion medicine and transfusion medicine. It combines space-saving design with the comfort and security of fully equipped models. Patients and those caring for them enjoy the full range of amenities and features, with the couch quickly conveying patients into the most suitable position for therapy. With a seat width of 60 cm and the perpendicular angle of the leg section, it can be used as a chair. The comfortable, extra soft upholstery, patient-friendly armrests that support therapy and a wide range of fittings make the MULTILINE NEXT IT a next-generation couch.
The new therapy couch developed by GREINER packs the performance of technically sophisticated couches into a compact form for restricted spaces. Designed for patients who may be very weak or afflicted by extreme symptoms, the couch helps them through the difficult times. It features ease of access, smooth rollers, clear functions, stepless motorised movement to the required position, comfortable armrests and cosy upholstery in soothing colours. The emphasis is on patient comfort, ergonomics and efficiency to ensure the best treatment conditions for patients over hours of chemotherapy.
GREINER produces treatment couches tailored to your precise needs. You choose the covers and cushions individually. Premium covering materials and upholstery offer extra-soft, wear-resistant surfaces; a dynamically flexible suspension system in the seat section supports freedom of movement for the spine, pelvis and hips, thus relieving pressure to the benefit of patients. MULTILINE 5-position armrests, the first to move in five directions, are also setting new standards.