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Long Leg Stand

Perform advanced orthopedic applications

Multi-functional x-ray imaging long leg stand. This unique stand allows you to perform advanced orthopedic applications such as scoliosis and long leg studies. The clear full-length acrylic back and hanging, adjustable reference ruler allows stitching of digital x-ray images to capture patients complete spinal, pelvic or leg areas.

Another moveable, adjustable ruler allows unilateral and bilateral imaging patients pelvic, leg and foot joint areas. Stand enables secure, accurate positioning of those difficult-to-position patients resulting in clear, consistent images. Adjustable armrests smoothly slide vertically on the patented Drylin bearing rail system. Hand grips adjust horizontally for further patient stability.

  • Patient capacity of 500 lbs (225 kg) and 7 ft. (2.1 m) height

  • Clear acrylic back to clearly see position of detector

  • Acrylic back has slots for Velcro straps used to stabilize patients

  • Armrests slide on patented Drylin bearing track and securely clamp into place

  • Handgrips can be adjusted to patient’s forearm length

  • Self-storing stool slides securely into frame of stand, allowing wheelchair-bound patients to be imaged

  • Long ruler hanging on the back of the stand slides back and forth to be positioned on either side outside the anatomical imaging area

  • The leg length ruler¬†can be adjusted vertically

  • Platform length: 26 inches (66 cm)
  • Platform width: 30 inches (76 cm)
  • Height: 79 inches (201 cm)
  • Weight: 157 lbs (78 kg)
  • Hanging ruler: 64 inches (163 cm)
  • Standing ruler: 36 inches (91 cm)
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Adjustable armrest and handgrips allow for ultimate patient stabilization.

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Three sliding carriages slide horizontally, clamp secures ruler to required height.

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The Long Leg Stand and Weight Bearing Stand nest together, minimizing storage space.

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