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Sertain® S4401Neuro Intensive Care Chair

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The Sertain® S4401 Neuro Chair was created by request, as an enhanced version of our Sertain® S4401 Std ITU and Trauma Chair, especially for use within Neuro-Critical Care, and Stroke Rehabilitation Units. In addition to all of the advanced features of the standard ITU chair, the Neuro version includes Thoracic / Trunk Supports, Mouldable armrest pads, Mouldable Neuro Head Support and a Very High Risk Integral active air seat cushion. Used within a growing number of specialist care units and centres who had previously struggled with mobilisation of their more complex and dependent neurologically impaired patients, the S4401 Neuro has been an outstanding success story.

    ♦160KG (25 St.) SWL
♦Configurable seat width from 51cm - 61cm ( 20" - 24")
♦Full length pressure care, with air cells in the backrest and alternating air very high risk seat cushion
♦Removable arms 
♦Laterally and height adjustable thoracic support pads
♦Long service life, due to easily replaceable covers and cushions
♦5 year frame warranty and 3 year Linak electrical warranty
♦100% layflat positioning  
Application / Setting

Used within any area that has mobilisation challenges around complex, ventilated, neurologically impaired patients; aquired brain injury rehab, complex care, neuro-ITU, acute stroke.

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Bericote Park
Bericote Road
Blackdown Leamington Spa
CV32 6QP

Telephone: 08000 191 246

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