Bariatric Patient Transfer Board

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$289.00

SKU PTB-3272 Category

The Bariatric Patient Transfer Board is a white semi-flexible moving platform designed to safely reposition an individual back and forth from stretcher to bed or table. This Phillips Safety transfer board features 16 hand holes all the way around, allowing for safe and efficient transfer of patients for general imaging, MRI, and CT. In addition, it is made of moisture-proof, high-density polyethylene (HDPE) and has radiolucent qualities, making it possible to be used in the imaging field. The Bariatric Patient Transfer Board has overall dimensions of 72” L x 32” W x 1/4” thick, with handle cut out dimensions of 4.5” W x 1.5” D.

For more options, check out our Patient Transfer Boards collection.

Description

The Bariatric Patient Transfer Board is a white semi-flexible moving platform designed to safely reposition an individual back and forth from stretcher to bed or table. This Phillips Safety transfer board features 16 hand holes all the way around, allowing for safe and efficient transfer of patients for general imaging, MRI, and CT. In addition, it is made of moisture-proof, high-density polyethylene (HDPE) and has radiolucent qualities, making it possible to be used in the imaging field. The Bariatric Patient Transfer Board has overall dimensions of 72” L x 32” W x 1/4” thick, with handle cut out dimensions of 4.5” W x 1.5” D.

For more options, check out our Patient Transfer Boards collection.

Additional information

Weight 240 oz
Dimensions 73 × 33 × 1 in
Brand

Phillips Safety

Color

White

Dimensions

72″ L x 32″ W x 1/4″ thick

Features

Radiolucent, Built-in handles

Product Type

Patient Transfer Board

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