• 30" - 39" Height Adjustment
  • 15° Trendelenburg and 90° Reverse Trendelenburg Positioning
  • Bariatric Folding Foot Platform and Cushion
  • Patient Safety Straps
  • Optional Apical Access Imaging and Sonographer Drop Sections
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HUT™ Tilt Table

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Description

Syncope Testing Head-Up Tilt Table 

The Head Up Tilt™ Table (HUT™ Table) is designed to meet the ACC Expert Consensus table design requirements for head-up tilt testing equipment. The HUT™ Table travels from 70° head-up reverse Trendelenburg to perfectly level within 11 seconds. You can calibrate the upright tilt to your exact needs and testing protocols. This head-up tilt table secures the patient gently to prevent falling and is designed with a built-in foot-board support, which makes it ideal for syncope tilt table testing.

Our tilt tables are designed to provide comfort to the patient and the clinicians performing head-up tilt table tests. The HUT Table features optional drop sections to allow for unimpeded apical access during cardiac imaging, increasing multi-modality value.

You may qualify for up to a $5,000 ADA IRS Tax Credit with the purchase of the HUT™ Table. Download IRS Form 8826 Disabled Access Credit to apply, here.

Our head up tilt table is perfect for:

  • Cardiologists 
  • Electrophysiologists 
  • Research Physicians 

Optional features of our HUT™ Table may be pictured. 

  • Optional Echocardiogram Imaging Exam Drop Section One Hand Rapid Release
  • Patented Non-Pinch Closure
  • Sonographer 2-Way Drop Section with Remote Release and Patient Back Support
  • Positioning Wedge
  • Height Adjustment: 30" - 39"
  • Trendelenburg Adjustment: +15° - -90°
  • Tilt Rate: 6.5' per second
  • Patient Weight Capacity: 400 lbs
  • Hand Controller w/ Memory Positioning
  • Power loss battery backup
  • Secure / Adjustable Patient Safety Strap System
  • Integrated/Folding Foot Platform
  • 2-Way Individual Locking Casters
  • 1-year warranty (See Expanded Specifications and Warranty)
  • Tilt testing for syncope
  • Echocardiography (with dual drop section option)
  • Standing venous studies
  • Bradycardia evaluation