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7552 Medical Screen 4Fold Inc Curtains

7552 Medical Screen 4Fold Inc Curtains

Reliance

Patient privacy is a paramount concern which can be addressed simply and economically with this four-fold portable screen. When not in use it takes up minimum floor space, but when required, opens in seconds to allow an section of a first aid room, GP surgery, clinic, or treatment centre to be screened off. This allows patients the comfort and privacy to remove garments prior to examination or treatment, with discretion. Stainless steel frame. Simple manoeuvrability. Four-fold curtained design. Folds away for neater storage Size: Open 179.5cmH x 235cmW. Size: Closed 179.5cmH x 62.5cmW . Delivery direct from Manufacturer is 5 days

Code: 7552

Reliance

£229.95 Each (ex. VAT)

£275.94 inc. VAT
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7552 Medical Screen 4Fold Inc Curtains

Patient privacy is a paramount concern which can be addressed simply and economically with this four-fold portable screen. When not in use it takes up minimum floor space, but when required, opens in seconds to allow an section of a first aid room, GP surgery, clinic, or treatment centre to be screened off. This allows patients the comfort and privacy to remove garments prior to examination or treatment, with discretion. Stainless steel frame. Simple manoeuvrability. Four-fold curtained design. Folds away for neater storage Size: Open 179.5cmH x 235cmW. Size: Closed 179.5cmH x 62.5cmW

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Manufacturer RELIANCE
Manufacturer Code 7552

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