Stools, usually mobile and height-adjustable, for use by caregivers during interactions with patients.
Chairs with elevated seats that lessen the need for people to lower their bodies into a sitting position.
Chairs that provide adjustable ergonomic support for patients; designed to allow easy access to patients by caregivers.
Sofas or settees in patient rooms that can fold out to provide a place for guests to recline and sleep; storage drawers/compartments are often included.
Carts, usually with lockable casters and height adjustability, and cabinets, either mobile or stationary, that support and/or transport laptops, PCs, flat-screen monitors, keyboards, and CPUs.
Wall-attached products that support computer stations for shared use among clincians. May be height-adjustable.
Adjustable chairs, usually with reclining backs and adjustable footrests, that allow caregivers to position patients for treatment.