Have you ever tried having your blood taken in one of those blood collection clinics? Then most probably you were asked to sit down in one of those uncomfortable chairs that only made you more apprehensive about the minor medical procedure you are about to undergo.
I don’t know why clinics do not invest in furniture and home medical equipment that will make their patients more relax and better able to deal with what they are going through, whether it is just a minor illness or a deadly one.
Drive Medical’s Infinite Position Clinical Care Recliner should be standard equipment for clinics, big or small. The colors alone—choose from Blue Ridge, Rosewood and Jade—are so cheerful you can at least feast your eyes on them while a medical intern pretend to suck your blood professionally.
Kidding aside, the recliner is a good investment especially for clinics that regularly conducts blood collection, dialysis and even respiratory care for their patients. The recliner’s adjustable seat and back makes sitting more comfortable compared to those chairs that make you sit like a rigid pole while you try not to look nervous.
There’s even a side tray that can accomodate a cup so you won’t have your hands full literally. You can also easily operate the recliner as the release handles are strategically located on either side.