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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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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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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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