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Ventric Stand - Stainless Steel

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  • Ventric Stand - Stainless Steel

Product Description

Stainless Steel Ventric Stand


A ventric stand is a medical equipment used in healthcare settings, particularly in intensive care units (ICUs) or surgical areas. It is designed to support and hold various medical devices, such as ventilators, monitors, or infusion pumps, that are essential for the care of patients with respiratory or critical care needs.

The use of stainless steel material ensures durability, resistance to corrosion, and ease of cleaning which are important qualities in maintaining a sterile environment.

Many ventric stands come with wheels or casters, providing mobility to move the stand easily within a medical facility. Lockable wheels ensure stability when the stand is in use.

  • Available in 2 sizes
  • 4” casters, 2 braking
  • Handle removes and stores inside leg
  • Height adjusts from 36-56”
  • Weight capacity is 100 lbs. evenly distributed
  • Rail around top keeps instruments from rolling off table top
  • Great for use in ortho cases
  • ‘T’ base measures 28” x 30”
  • Manufacturer: Mid Central Medical
  • Available Sizes:
    • 30"x26"
    • 32"x30"

Cleaning and maintenance

The surfaces of both chrome plated and stainless steel are subject to discoloration and staining. The best maintenance is to clean them with a diluted simple soap and rinse with a clean water then wipe it dry.

Wheels should be inspected, and anything wrapped around the wheel should be removed. Some wheels need lubrication and others do not. Check with the manufacturer as to the instructions.

Sterilization is not normally needed for most stainless steel equipment since it is usually not in direct contact with surgical instruments, but you can check with the manufacturer to find out what wipes or procedures should be used for sterilization.

After stainless steel has been cleaned, you may want to disinfect it before use. This is best done with disposable wipes not containing chlorine bleach. If bleach wipes are used, you will need to do a final rinse with clean water to remove the bleach residue as it will cause the stainless steel to have a cloudy finish or white residue over time. We recommend using Super Sani-Cloth Germicidal Disposable Wipes to disinfect stainless steel medical equipment.

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