designed around the patient Nala

Nala Patient Chair.

 The development and design criteria for the Nala Harmonic Tilt chair came from the results of a research project within Herman Miller Healthcare. Researchers engaged with more than 200 caregivers in more than 19 hospitals and healthcare systems to learn about patient seating and what worked and didn't work in current patient chair offerings.
Nala’s Harmonic tilt mimics the natural movement of the patient’s body. The chair’s back and seat move synchronously, opening up as the patient reclines and tilting around the body’s natural pivot points. Patients can rest anywhere within a 24-degree recline range. Dampening cylinder controls movement for large- or small-statured patients.
Nala’s seat-and-back suspension is a series of firm, flexible straps encased in a layer of high-density foam. The combination offers a perfect balance: responsive and even support over the entire chair surface and a soft outer layer for a comfortable sit and feel.
Nala Harmonic Tilt was designed to be easy to use with a synchronous tilt mechanism which supports the user from recline to forward seated position. Its tilt, support and contours all follow the movement of the human body, creating a patient chair that’s truly designed around the patient.
An integral handle in the chair back, as well as rear casters, can be specified to make moving the chair easier. Recline and arm pivot can be controlled from either side with either hand.

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