Medical Stool

Discover the Comfort Premium Stool with backrest, designed to meet the needs of professionals. With its high-quality polyurethane upholstery and 10 cm thick padded seat, ...

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The Comfort Premium Stool with backrest combines comfort and durability for demanding professionals. Featuring high-quality polyurethane upholstery and a 10 cm thick padd...

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This stool on a base combines elegance and functionality, perfect for any setting that requires comfort and mobility. Featuring a 6 cm thick comfort upholstery, it provid...

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The Ergo Accent Seat is a perfect choice for those seeking to combine style and functionality. Crafted from elegant solid wood and featuring high-resilience polyurethane ...

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Experience unmatched comfort with the Ergo Pro Black Stool. Designed for prolonged sitting sessions, this stool provides ergonomic support with its memory foam cushion an...

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Discover revolutionary comfort with the Ergo Pro Grey Stool, designed for demanding professionals. Its sit-stand technology, combined with memory foam, provides a non-hea...

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The Holtex Stool, with its elegant Lavender shade, is designed to provide unmatched comfort to healthcare professionals. Its 43 cm diameter seat, filled with high-density...

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Designed for healthcare professionals, the Holtex black adjustable stool with 5 casters combines aesthetics, comfort, and functionality. The 43 cm diameter seat, padded w...

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The Pony Premium Stool epitomizes comfort and ergonomics. Designed with an innovative horse saddle-type seat, it promotes a healthy and dynamic posture. Its high-quality ...

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Expertly crafted for comfort and durability, the Pony Premium Stool in aluminum model epitomizes modern ergonomics. With high-quality polyurethane upholstery and a horse ...

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This Premium Comfort Stool aluminum model is specially designed for demanding professionals. It strikes the perfect balance between comfort and durability with its high-q...

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The Premium Comfort Stool in the nylon model is designed to provide unparalleled comfort. With its high-quality polyurethane upholstery and high-density seat foam of 24 k...

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Placemed offers you a new booth dedicated to "MEDICAL STOOLS": a wide selection of medical stools specially designed to meet the needs of healthcare professionals such as doctors, clinics, and hospitals. Whether you are looking for a laboratory chair, a medical examination seat, or an operating room stool, our partner merchants offer you many superior quality models that combine comfort, functionality, and durability. Each model presented in this booth has been carefully selected to ensure an optimal experience for its user. With advanced ergonomic features and customizable adjustments, these seats provide perfectly tailored support, promoting a healthy posture and reducing the risks of fatigue and muscle tension.


It is a seat specially designed to meet the needs of healthcare professionals in various medical environments such as clinics, hospitals, and laboratories. This type of chair offers ergonomic support and optimal comfort to enable practitioners to work efficiently and safely.
A medical stool is distinguished by its specific features, such as adjustable height, allowing users to adjust it according to their needs and size. Some models are also equipped with wheels, providing convenient mobility to easily move around the work area.
Ergonomics is a crucial consideration in the design of medical stools. They are designed to support the spine, promote correct posture, and reduce muscle tension, allowing healthcare professionals to work for long periods without discomfort or excessive fatigue.
Medical stools are made with quality materials, often coated with a stain-resistant and easy-to-clean covering, to maintain high standards of hygiene and cleanliness in medical environments. Some models may also be equipped with armrests or other additional features for increased comfort.

What are the different types of medical stools

There is a variety of medical stools that are suitable for different environments and specific needs of healthcare professionals.

Laboratory stool

Laboratory stools are designed to meet the specific requirements of medical laboratory environments. They provide ergonomic support during research and analysis tasks, with features such as adjustable backrests, padded seats, and increased stability for safe use.

Medical examination stool

These stools are primarily used in medical offices and clinics for physical examinations of patients. They are usually height-adjustable to accommodate different examination table heights. Some models may also offer additional features such as armrests and 360-degree rotation for ease of movement.

Operating room stool

These stools are specifically designed for surgical procedures. They are made with materials that are resistant to liquids and disinfectants, ensuring high hygiene standards. They provide exceptional stability and maneuverability, with features such as swiveling seats, lockable casters, and precise height adjustments.

Reception or waiting room stool

While less specific to medical environments, reception or waiting room stools can be used in healthcare facility waiting areas. They provide comfort for patients and visitors during waiting periods, with elegant and durable designs.

What are the criteria for selecting a medical stool?

When choosing a medical stool, several criteria should be considered to ensure optimal comfort and safe use, including:

  1. Comfort & ergonomics: Comfort is essential when it comes to choosing a medical stool. Look for models with padded seats and backrests for adequate support. Models with ergonomic design promote healthy posture and reduce muscle tension, allowing for extended use without discomfort.
  2. Adjustability: Opt for a stool that offers height adjustment options. This allows the user to adjust the seat height according to the specific work table or station. Medical stools with easy-to-use adjustment mechanisms provide additional customization to meet individual needs.
  3. Materials and maintenance: Look for stools with stain-resistant and liquid-resistant coatings that can be quickly and efficiently cleaned to maintain strict hygiene standards in medical environments.
  4. Safety and hygiene standards: Ensure that the stool meets safety and hygiene standards. Check if the product complies with relevant regulations and has appropriate certifications. Safety features such as stable bases and lockable casters are also important to prevent accidents and falls.
  5. Weight capacity: Check the maximum weight capacity of the medical stool to ensure it can safely support the user. It is essential to choose a seat that can withstand the required weight, taking into account different body types and any additional equipment used by healthcare professionals.

Usage & Maintenance: Some Recommendations

Proper usage and maintenance of this type of medical furniture are essential to ensure its durability and proper functioning:

  1. Follow manufacturer's instructions: Carefully read and follow the manufacturer's instructions provided with the stool. This ensures that it is used according to the manufacturer's specifications and minimizes the risk of product damage.
  2. Use the equipment appropriately: Adhere to the recommended maximum weight capacity for the medical stool. Avoid standing or leaning on the stool as it can compromise its stability and durability. Use it only as intended, which is as a seat.
  3. Perform regular maintenance: Regularly clean the medical stool according to the manufacturer's recommendations. Use appropriate cleaning products and avoid abrasive substances that could damage the materials. Regular maintenance helps maintain optimal hygiene and preserve the appearance of the stool.
  4. Periodically inspect your equipment: Conduct regular visual inspections to identify any damage or signs of wear. Check screws, casters, and other fasteners to ensure they are securely tightened. Immediately repair or replace any defective or damaged parts to avoid any risk of accidents.
  5. Protect your equipment from adverse conditions: Avoid exposing the medical stool to extreme conditions such as excessive moisture, high temperatures, or aggressive chemicals. Protect it from direct sunlight to prevent discoloration or deterioration of the materials.