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The HAND10C handle creates the rupture by simplifying the patient flow management to the maximum.
With HAND10C, comfort is not an optional extra. The exclusive power system ensures gentle and flexible handling of the table, as much for the serenity of the patient as for the caregiver:
• Continuous variation of the speed (and not by levels), allowing smooth transitions and without jerking
• Easy and intuitive control
• Forward / reverse drive switch
• Direct access to the table position settings via the remote control integrated on the handle
CMAX 3-DRIVE & Cmax Xray tables are not pushed. They drive themselves!
The HAND10C handle has been designed in the least detail to facilitate the daily life of the operating theatre:
• Quick and safe mounting on the table rails
• Suits left or right handed users thanks to a 180° rotation of the handle
The HAND10C consists of two components:
> A control handle to adjust the progress speed, and an auxiliary handle for better handling comfort.
> The remote control of the table connects directly to the control handle.
Ensuring the safety of patients during pre- and post-operative transfers, while at the same time making procedures faster: this is what is required of a good transfer system. Depending on your premises, your teams, your equipment park, your needs may vary considerably.
CmaxTM T and CmaxTM Xray: Powered transfer mobile tables
Move without constraints
Equipped with the new HAND10C handle, the CmaxTM T and CmaxTM Xray powered transfer tables overcome the main constraints encountered during transfers of patients: the patient is placed on the table on his arrival in the operating theatre, until his transport to the recovery room.
This all-in-one and fully powered system reduces the physical efforts of the care team.
With this STERIS handle, patient transfer becomes easy, without effort, without stress. The medical team can at last devote itself to its real job: listening to and treating the patient.