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Multi-Purpose Surgical Tables

January 12, 2006 10:24 am | TRUMPF | Product Releases | Comments

TRUMPF has added two new offerings to its extensive Surgical Table line. The TITAN is a 1,000 -pound capacity, fully articulating, split leg, mobile universal table. Featuring a sliding top and 40-degree reverse Trandelenburg positioning, the modular TITAN meets the demands of a wide range of surgical disciplines and virtually eliminates the need for separate "traditional universal" and bariatric tables.

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Patient Positioning Devices

July 19, 2005 5:24 am | Steris Corporation | Product Releases | Comments

The Aquagel™ Pressure Management System is a unique new line of surgical patient positioning devices that are designed to bring efficient and effective form and function into the OR. The AQUAGEL pad system offers independent dual gel layer construction, ergonomically engineered technology, and uniquely contoured positioners to accommodate a wide variety of patients.

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Clark Socket

May 11, 2005 12:05 pm | White Star Medical, Inc. | Product Releases | Comments

This solid stainless steel Clark Socket (Model # CS1116SS) fits all American-made tables with standard 3/8-inch wide by 1-1/8-inch high side rails. The teeth were engineered not to chip or wear down. This Clark Socket can be sterilized with either gas or heat, and will not rust. It will fit any round mounting posts up to 11/16-inch in diameter.

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General Purpose/Bariatric Surgical Table

May 11, 2005 12:05 pm | Skytron | Product Releases | Comments

Booth # 401 • The Hercules 6700B Surgical Table provides imaging capability for today’s most advanced general purpose and bariatric procedures, reducing the need for multiple support accessories and optimizing ease of patient set-ups. The 6700B offers powerful 1,200-pound lift and 1,000-pound articulation, 210-degree top rotation, full body imaging, 24-inch low table height, 30-degree patient articulation with full table functions, removable back and leg sections, an optional carbon fiber back/leg section attachment and/or power shoulder arthroscopy positioner, durable back-lit one-touch pendant control, a full line general purpose and bariatric table accessories, and more.

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Patient Positioning Table

May 11, 2005 12:03 pm | Berchtold Corporation | Product Releases | Comments

Designed for use in surgical suites where control and patient positioning are critical, BERCHTOLD’s OPERON® B 810 is a feature-rich general purpose surgical table with flexible articulation for precise patient positioning and maximum weight capacity throughout its entire range of motion. The carbon fiber tabletop and integrated x-ray cassette channel offer optimal imaging clarity and access with the widest imaging window available.

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Shaerer Mayfield USA, Inc.

April 13, 2005 7:34 am | Schaerer Mayfield | Product Releases | Comments

The Schaerer Mayfield Group is a leading, worldwide provider of medical products, equipment and services for operation rooms and central sterilization. With a successful background starting in Switzerland in 1892, we continue to develop and distribute a broad range of innovative solutions which meet our customers' needs.

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Positioning Strap

March 14, 2005 5:09 am | Action Products, Inc. | Product Releases | Comments

Booth # 509 • The Model 40713 Action® Positioning strap is can be used in virtually any procedure that requires the restriction of patient movement. The strap is uniquely designed to incorporate a 1/4-inch AKTON® polymer and a convenient, adjustable method for securely attaching it to the side rails of any standard OR table.

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C-Arm Table Attachment

February 16, 2005 6:01 am | Emd Enterprise | Product Releases | Comments

The Ctable is a surgical table extension that allows for better C-Arm imaging and increased patient safety during pediatric elbow fracture and adult proximal humeral fracture cases. Made from ¼-inch 6160 series aluminum with grade 8 bolts that lock down through 4-inch long threaded stainless steel rods, the Ctable mounts solidly into standard clark socket bed-table attachments already used in most hospitals.

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General-Purpose Surgical Table

February 16, 2005 3:54 am | Getinge USA, Inc. | Product Releases | Comments

The MAQUET Alphastar Plus Surgical Table features double swivel casters for easy table movement, a column-mounted back-up panel, and a completely sealed column. Options include a remote hand control and a unique auto-drive feature that allows effortless table relocation. This heavy-duty version has a weight capacity of up to 1000 pounds with full articulation.

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C-Arm Compatible Tables

February 16, 2005 3:54 am | Biodex Medical Systems, Inc. | Product Releases | Comments

Company has recently introduced their new line of C-Arm compatible tables. The tables feature an innovative contour design, carbon fiber tabletops for low attenuation, convenient motorized control, and a low profile base for C-Arm clearance. The C-arm tables are offered for image-guide Surgical, Pain Management, Urology and Brachytherapy procedures.

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Bariatric/General Purpose Surgical Table

February 16, 2005 3:54 am | Skytron | Product Releases | Comments

The HERCULES Model 6500HD Bariatric/General Purpose Surgical Table provides full body imaging capability for today's most advanced procedures, including 1,000-pound lift, 850-pound articulation, and 180-degree top rotation. Optional Table Side Extensions can widen the tabletop up to 30 inches for extra large patients.

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OR Tables: Well Beyond Patient Pedestals

January 19, 2005 5:39 am | Product Releases | Comments

     In today’s surgical arena, a surgical table is not simply a pedestal on which to prop up a patient for a procedure. Modern surgical tables, even the most basic models, need to be designed to accommodate advancing OR technologies, imaging requirements, new surgical techniques, the variety in patients’ weights and sizes, and the increasing trend toward integrated surgical suites and healthcare facilities.

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