Stitching Platform With Handles


The Stitching Platform with Handles is a critical tool for long leg and spine imaging, as it keeps the patient immobile during multiple and single exposures, reduces motion and raises the patient up.

Long leg and spine imaging can be tricky in a digital environment. The Stitching Platform with Handles is a critical tool for these specialized views. The simple design keeps cost down while still performing as needed – keeping the patient immobile during multiple exposures reducing motion all while raising the patient up.

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  • Immobilizes patient to reduce motion
  • Casters to easily position and return to storage
  • Slip resistant base for patient safety
  • Rated up to 500lb. of patient weight
  • Optional removable Easy Reader radiopaque ruler
  • Overall: 21 x 26.125 x 75.25 in. (53.34 x 66.36 x 191.14 cm)
  • Base Height: 9 in. ( 22.86 cm)
  • Inside Width: 24 in. (60.96 cm)
  • Weight: 61 lbs. (27.67 kg)



Imaging the full spine or hips to ankles can be a challenge. There are several issues that one has to consider such as process of care, patient safety, efficiencies, and outcomes. Whether you use a single shot long detector or multiple exposures with a 14×17 detector, we have a solution to help stitch your DR images effectively every time.

Reina Imaging provides world-class radiological equipment and services throughout the medical field through innovative design and industry-leading construction.

Reina is a radiographic accessory manufacturing firm, dedicated to creating both form and function for the industry. We manufacture all Reina Imaging products by hand in the US to full ISO13485 standards. And while medical imaging is an enormous industry, Reina remains committed to being a friendly, small family business that is always there for our customers and their patients.

X-Ray Cassette Repair Company, Inc., d.b.a. Reina Imaging was founded in 1978 by current President and C.E.O. Leo Reina R.T. With his years of experience working as both a radiographer and serving as department manager for six years at Lee Memorial Hospital he saw potential for a niche within the general radiographic market. With a mix of quality workmanship and personal service Leo grew his reputation based mostly on word-of-mouth sales. The result was fast paced growth — creating a foundation for the value-added products offered by the company today.