Fowler's | Semi-Upright Position

The Fowler’s position is a semi-upright medical position where the patient sits with their upper body raised at an angle between 45°-60° in relation to the lower body. The patient’s knees may be straight, bent, or elevated as needed. Named after George Ryerson Fowler, the Fowler’s position is most often used to promote respiration and oxygenation through the expansion of the chest. Fowler’s position can also be used to alleviate abdominal tension, for improved drainage, and for improved comfort while eating.

Fowler's Position has a height of .
The Fowler's Position has an overall height of , width of , and depth of .
The Fowler's Position has an overall height of , width of , and depth of . The seat height of the Fowler's Position is set at with arms at .
The Fowler's Position has an overall height of , length of , and depth of .
The Fowler's Position has an overall height of , length of , and depth of . The seat height of the Fowler's Position is set at .
Fowler's Position have an overall length of and width of . Fowler's Position have an overall area of .
The Fowler's Position has an overall height of , length of , and depth of . The Fowler's Position has a seat height set at and an arm height of .
The average Fowler's Position has an overall height of , withers (shoulder) height of , and body length of . A typical Fowler's Position weighs between and has a lifespan of roughly .
The typical Fowler's Position has an overall height of and body length of . An average Fowler's Position weighs between and has a typical lifespan of .
Fowler's Position has a width of and height of .
The Fowler's Position has a height of , width of , and a depth of . The Fowler's Position was released in .
The Fowler's | Semi-Upright Position has a height of , width of , depth of , and weighs . The Fowler's | Semi-Upright Position was released in .

The Fowler’s position is a semi-upright medical position where the patient sits with their upper body raised at an angle between 45°-60° in relation to the lower body. The patient’s knees may be straight, bent, or elevated as needed. Named after George Ryerson Fowler, the Fowler’s position is most often used to promote respiration and oxygenation through the expansion of the chest. Fowler’s position can also be used to alleviate abdominal tension, for improved drainage, and for improved comfort while eating.

Common Questions
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Angle: 45°-60°
Legs: Straight, bent, elevated
Purpose: Oxygenation, respiration, relaxing abdomen, feeding, draining

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Fowler's Position side elevation (male)

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