Upper Extremity Support Angle Adjustable – Unitrack Mount

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The UniTrack Upper Extremity Support features reconfigurable mounting hardware, to mount from the left or right side of the seat, and a 19.5” wide x 13” deep surface. This tray can support a phone, tablet, small laptop or communication device and be used as an eating/feeding or writing surface. Special considerations may include potential interference with lower extremity positioning accessories due to mounting on the seat UniTrack rail.

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Upper Extremity Support Angle Adjustable – Unitrack Mount