Outstanding surgical access - exceptional patient comfort
Outstanding surgical access with exceptional patient comfort - Compact, light weight and supremely manoeuvrable – the complete solution for ophthalmology. Ideal for patient transport, intubation, theatre and recovery, the QA3™ Ophthalmic has been designed with the patient and the clinician in mind
Transport - Treatment - Recovery
Safe - Effective - Proven
Exceptional patient comfort - Low height of 475mm (excluding mattress) store away side rails allowing for easier mount/dismount particularly frail and elderly patients and a versatile positioning headrest. Wide patient platform and pressure care mattress for comfort.
K8 pressure care mattress - Manufactured from temperature-sensitive gel feel foam that moulds to the patient’s body shape, relieving pressure by distributing the load as evenly as possible. Outer material is anti-microbacterial, water resistant, vapour permeable and latex free
We stock a range of build options to tailor to your clinical needs including foot-end pushing handles, oxygen cylinder brackets, x-ray tray guides, department I.D and more.
Specialist Bariatric options with an extended patient platform (800mm) are available on all QA3™ models.
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No matter which variant of QA3, the maximum patient weight is 320kg (50 stone). Refer to the instructions for use for full information.
The whole trolley, including the mattress, can be cleaned & disinfected by hand using a neutral detergent and either an alcohol, Chlorine (<10,000ppm), hydrogen peroxide (3 to 25%) or quaternary ammonium (3-15%) compound based disinfectants. Refer to the instructions for use for full information.
Every QA3 is supplied with a 12 month warranty that can be extended to 10 years from the date of sale through an AnetiCare service contract. Contact us for further information.
Depending on their clinical health, a patient can lay on a QA3 Stretcher mattress for in excess of 23 hours (in conjunction with tissue viability good practice). Contact us for further information.
You need to put in a requisition to the dept in your hospital who raise Purchase Orders - (Estates, Procurement, Med Engineering etc)