We understand that every vascular procedure room has it’s own specifications, size limitations and equipment. That’s why we’ve designed the V-MAX and V-MAX T vascular C-Arm table series to meet the needs of a wide variety of procedure rooms – allowing staff to work with greater ease and more efficiency.
While we offer our own complete line of accessories for every table we manufacture and sell, virtually ANY operating room accessory can be rigidly attached to the tabletop, making our vascular table among the best in the industry.
We’ve Designed our V-MAX C-Arm Tables for the Specific Needs of Vascular Professionals and Their Patients
Our tables are built to withstand the daily use that’s now common in most vascular offices. We’ve made sure that each table meets the needs of patients and providers alike by integrating the following into the design:
- 24″ wide Carbon fiber top that eliminates the need for arm boards
- 84″ table to accommodate patients of all heights
- Diving-board for C-Arm and staff accessibility
- 4-way float and Trendelenburg
- Lightweight design for safer ease of movement
- Large patient capacity (500-lb)
- Facial cut-out access
- 2″ patient high quality comfort pad
Our V-MAX Vascular Imaging tables come in two models for maximum versatility:
Life in Today’s Busy Vascular Practice can be Safer and More Efficient with the Right Choice in Vascular Tables
We understand that each medical specialty has very specific needs when it comes to C-arm tables. With Surgical Tables Inc., you’ll be able to meet those needs with a Vascular C-Arm table that handles every patient, every time. Give your vascular procedure room the safety and efficiency that comes with a Surgical Tables Inc. vascular C-arm table.
For a price quote or more information, call 888-737-5044 today.
Many Vascular and Interventional Cardiology procedures are performed using real-time X-ray. A fluoroscopic C-arm and carbon fiber imaging table are an important part of these procedures. Common procedures using real-time X-ray are catheter-based treatments, angiography or arteriography and inferior vena cava filter or IVC filter. The treatment of these vascular procedures is most often performed in a cardiac catheterization lab at a hospital or Ambulatory Surgery Center.