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ProductsMinor Procedures Table
Company Allen Medical Systems
Item Minor Procedures Table
Features 
  • Adjustable height
  • Legless
  • .22 mm Al aluminum equivalency
  • Round post
  • Universal clamp suggested
  • Description This legless table has adjustable height and round post. Pad sold separately.
    Info Allen Medical Systems
    Customer Service: (800) 433-5774
    Web site: http://www.allenmedical.com

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