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Email Updates Sign up for updates on Medical Diagnostic Equipment: Contact Information Earlene Sesker 202 272-0022 TTY: 202 272-0091 Fax: 202 272-0081 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. As indicated in Section 5. That decision required the Committee to consider the ranges of heights through which adjustable MDE must move to accommodate individuals with disabilities getting onto the transfer surface. However, despite extensive discussion, review of available evidence, and recommendations from lengthy deliberations of the Examination Tables and Chairs Subcommittee Section 3. Given the complexity of this issue and the variety of views, the Editorial Committee debated at length how best to present the rationales offered by Advisory Committee members to support their preferred option. Details about various Advisory Committee member perspectives on the minimum transfer surface height recommendations appear in these Minority Reports. This height range is based on provisions in the 2004 ADA and ABA Accessibility Guidelines for architectural features that involve transfers e. Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board, Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, RIN 3014-AA40 Medical Diagnostic Equipment Accessibility Standards, February 8, 2012, p. Across all meetings the Advisory Committee spent considerable time examining available evidence, consulting experts, and discussing the merits of the three minimum height options. The Examination Tables and Chairs Subcommittee held six meetings, at which this issue was considered in depth. The Advisory Committee therefore agreed that despite their best efforts to reach consensus on this recommendation, member views remained split. Different Committee members gave differing weights to the various types of evidence. The deliberative process did not require Committee members to agree about evidentiary standards i. Presentations at meetings gave Committee members an opportunity not only to hear from individuals knowledgeable in relevant topics but also allowed for dialogue with the speaker, including discussions about the pros and cons of different minimum height options. As noted in Section 3. Steinfeld also spoke with the Subcommittee on Examination Tables and Chairs by teleconference about the minimum height question. A variety of stakeholders gave presentations representing various perspectives and making the case for different minimum height levels. Expanding upon the summary lists of presenters in Tables 3. Brad Baker, Executive Vice President, Medical Technology Industries, Inc. Darren Walters, Engineering Manager. Medical Technology Industries, Inc. Access Board rules allowed individual Committee members to submit their views about this issue through a Minority Report. As shown in Table 6. All Minority Reports were submitted voluntarily by Committee members and are unedited i. A full reading of these Minority Reports is critical to understanding the range of views guiding the various stakeholder organizations that served on the MDE Advisory Committee about the recommendation for the minimum transfer surface height. Medical Technology Industries, Inc. Midmark Corporation National Council on Independent Living Paralyzed Veterans of America Philips Healthcare Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc. United Spinal Association University of the Sciences in Philadelphia 1331 F Street NW, Suite 1000 Washington, DC 20004-1111 Voice: 202 272-0080 or 800 872-2253 TTY: 202 272-0082 or 800 993-2822 Fax: 202 272-0081.


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    Presentations at meetings gave Committee members an opportunity not only to hear from individuals knowledgeable in relevant topics but also allowed for dialogue with the speaker, including discussions about the pros and cons of different minimum height options.





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