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Medical Multifunctional Electric Dialysis Chair

Mar. 28, 2024



Mainly used in hospital hemodialysis rooms, dialysis rooms, etc. A special seat for patients undergoing hemodialysis, with hemodialysis patients being the largest user group. During hemodialysis, patients can adjust the height of their back, legs, and seat cushions to achieve the best body position and comfort. The display screen can show the patient's weight changes during dialysis.





1.Comfort:The dialysis chair adopts ergonomic design, which can provide good comfort and support and help reduce patient fatigue.


2.Electric adjustment:The dialysis chair has a variety of electric adjustment functions, such as height, angle, backrest and armrest adjustment, which can adapt to the needs of different patients.


3.Easy to clean:The dialysis chair is made of easy-to-clean materials to facilitate regular disinfection and cleaning by medical staff.


4.Safety:The dialysis chair is designed with safety belts and safety locks to ensure that patients will not accidentally slip during treatment.


5.Multi-function:In addition to being used for dialysis treatment, the dialysis chair can also be used for other medical operations, such as intravenous injection, blood collection, etc.



Main component


1.Chair back:The height and angle can be adjusted to provide good support and comfort.


2.Chair seat:The height and angle can be adjusted to suit the needs of different patients.


3.Backrest adjuster:Used to adjust the height and angle of the chair back.


4.Armrest:The height and angle can be adjusted to provide a good grip and support.


5.Electric control system:Used to control the adjustment functions such as height, angle and movement of the chair.

6.Safety belt:Used to fix the patient's body to ensure that the patient will not slip during treatment.


7.Other components:Such as power sockets, control panels, etc.





1.Provide a comfortable dialysis environment:The dialysis chair can provide good support and shock absorption functions, reducing patients’ fatigue and discomfort during long-term dialysis.


2.Easy to move and operate:Electric dialysis chairs usually have electric adjustment functions, and the chair, height, and angle can be easily adjusted to meet the needs of different patients.


3.Easy to clean and maintain:The surfaces and components of dialysis chairs are generally easy to clean and maintain, which can keep them hygienic and tidy and avoid the risk of cross-infection.


4.Enhanced safety:Dialysis chairs are usually designed with safety belts and safety armrests to enhance patient safety and stability.


5.Dialysis assistance:Dialysis chairs can also provide additional support for dialysis patients, such as providing sufficient support to prevent varicose veins and reduce leg edema and other symptoms.




1.Sit on the dialysis chair with your back to the support and place the handle on the ground on the same side as your body.


2.While exhaling, slowly move the air cushion down, close to the back of the chair, and align the handle with the air cushion.


3.Stretch out your arms, hold the handle, move your body forward into the chair, and adjust to a suitable position.


4.After dialysis, turn your back to the support and use your hands and feet to move the chair forward to a suitable position.





1.Inspection before use:Before use, check the screws and nuts of the dialysis chair to see if they are loose, especially the leg frame and backrest. If these places are deformed or loose, repair them immediately. In addition, the dialysis chair should be placed on a stable foundation to prevent it from sliding on its own.


2.Pay attention to the correct operating posture:Do not incorrectly use seat structure and installation and maintenance knowledge to increase usage in order to save effort. And users must ensure that their blood pressure is normal. Do not drive the dialysis chair beyond the rated current to ensure that the motor can work effectively for a long time.


3.Prevent up and down collisions:Pay attention to the phenomenon that the dialysis chair is squeezed by large external objects, such as cars used by children for play and other things that may fall from time to time, causing children themselves to hit up and down and other dangerous accidents. This may damage the motor.


4.Anti-corrosive substances:Prevent the adhesion of rotten substances and other pollutants during use. For example, dust and impurities on the outside of the dialysis chair must be cleaned and processed promptly to prevent rust inside the machine from affecting its normal operation.

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