- The simple solution for patients with decreased mobility
- Reliable and durable: seca quality that pays off
- Leveling feet for strong stability
- Wheels include brakes to ensure the scale stays in place when needed
- Intuitive user interface simplifies use
- Offers all essential functions for maximum efficiency
Relief for patient and medical personnel.
With a capacity of 440 lbs and a graduation of 0.2 lbs, the seca 952 fulfills all basic medical standards. Added to that are the typical seca advantages such as fold-up armrests and footrests, secure wheel brakes, an ergonomically shaped seat and smooth rollers, which, together with the ergonomically shaped handle, make it very easy to push the chair scale. Of course the seca 952 is also equipped with the important TARE function which allows every newly added weight to be ascertained separately and the Auto-HOLD function which lets medical personnel take care of the patient first and read out the results later.
- Net weight 49.4 lbs/22.4 kg
- Product width 22.2 inch/563 mm
- Product height 35.3 inch/897 mm
- Product depth 37.6 inch/956 mm
- Seat height 20.8 inch/528 mm
- Seat shell width 17.9 inch/455 mm
- Seat shell height 16.1 inch/410 mm
- Power supply Batteries
- Graduation 100 g/0.2 lbs
- Capacity 200 kg/440 lbs
- Batteries, quantity and type 6 X AA
Functions and Properties
- Automatic switch-off
- kg/lbs/sts switch-over
This removes inhibitions, makes people more willing to talk, and motivates your patients in the long term to tackle the subject more rigorously and do something about it. This in turn can generate economic benefits for your practice, since you can now offer additional services.
Typically men are 70 years old and women are 75 years old when a stroke occurs. The probability of becoming ill increases with age, weight and the related problems such as high blood pressure, lipometabolic disorders, diabetes mellitus and arteriosclerosis. Yet, prevention is possible by administering regular weight checks with seca scales since they can fulfill any weighing requirements for patients standing, sitting or lying down.