The new Stonehaven renal unit is designed to provide vital facilities to the community and surrounding areas.
Adnova partner Charles Durrant wanted treatment chairs that were ergonomically designed, supportive for staff and patients and equipped with the latest technology to suit the look and feel of the new cosmetic surgical practice. They needed to be able to transport patients from the assessment area through to theatre and recovery cubicles. Effective and efficent repositoning of the patient was a major requirement to support staff in a wide range of procedures and cosmetic surgeries.
The client knew exactly what they wanted — our AC+ due to the flexibility of applications and how the chairs can be repositioned during surgery. The surgi-rails accessory needed to be UK Standard so that the client could continue to use the existing clamps to hold equipment. This was a special requirement and was achieved with ease.
After using the chairs over the last 3 months Lynne Proctor told us they are really easy and smooth to move around the clinic. Patient flow is optimised as they’re going from being laid flat to sitting up and getting ready to leave the clinic in one chair, reducing recovery time. The handset is simple to use and patients love the ‘relax position’. She also mentioned that the emergency foot bar for quick access to the Trendelenburg position assists in keeping hands free to deal with any emergency that may transpire. Adnova has since safeguarded their investment by purchasing our maintenance contract, a cost-effective way to reduce downtime and enhance the lifetime of their chairs.
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