Mayo Instrument Stand with Mobile 5-inch Caster Base

Only two types of professionals need instrument stands; healthcare providers and musicians. And since this is Discount Medical Supplies and not Discount Musical Supplies, the Mayo Instrument Stand with Mobile 5" Caster Base is for the former and not the latter. Daily healthcare activities greatly rely on medical instruments. Rural health clinic as well as large specialized hospitals are in need of medical instruments ranging from a simple scissors to a more complex and advanced medical devices. Where would you conveniently and handily put all of these medical instruments if it weren’t for instrument stands?


·         Casters offer extra mobility and convenience.

·         Removable stainless steel tray measures 19 x 13 inches.

·         Tray height is adjustable from 29 ½"– 47" with lock.

·         Overall Product Length: 21"

·         Overall Product Width: 21"

·         Overall Product Height: 29.5"

·         Actual Product Weight: 10 lbs

·         Base Depth: 21"

·         Base Width: 21"

·         Tabletop Width: 19"

·         Tabletop Depth: 13"

·         Tabletop Height: 29.5"-47"


This is a nicely built stand. Assembly is easy, and it is very sturdy and long-lasting. Made mostly of chromed steel, which holds up to clinical use. In general, practitioners will be very satisfied and even recommend this to others looking for a rolling stand. This stand adjusts low enough for pelvic exams and has a very steady base. You will be very pleased. And the best part is that the Mayo Instrument Stand with Mobile 5-inch Caster Base can help doctors hold many of the instruments that are available at great prices at Discount Medical Supplies, such as your suture removal kits, your forceps, your scissors, and your blades.


The only real problem with a product like this is not actually having it, but that problem is easily solved at DMS where you can get it for only $151.69 – saving up to 30% on your purchase. Let’s face it; as a doctor, when you ask for an instrument ‘stat,’ you mean to have it ‘stat,’ and there is no way that is going to happen without this instrument stand.



·         Step 1

Attach the tray rack to the upper stand rod with the provided screw.

·         Step 2

Attach the lower stand rod to the base with the threaded bolt and lock washer provided

·         Step 3

Insert the upper stand rod into the lower stand rod and secure with the tightening bolt.


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