Baseline 360 Degree Clear Plastic Goniometer

746 1007
$5.89 - $14.49
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360 Degree Goniometer - is a clear plastic construction permits observation of joint's axis of motion and range of motion. Measurements displayed in both inches and centimeters. Available in 6, 8, or 12 inch sizes.
  • Available in 6, 8, or 12 inch sizes
  • Clear, plastic construction
  • Measurements displayed in inches and centimeters

Baseline 360 Degree Clear Plastic Goniometer

Clear transparent plastic permits observation of joint’s axis of motion, and its range of motion. The 360° head has three scales calibrated to be used with the ISOM (International Standards of Measurement, STFR) system. One arm has a linear scale in inches and centimeters. Scale reads 1° increments.

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Brand Name Baseline
Manufacturer Number 12-1000, 12-1002, 12-1001
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