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Trendelenburg Restraint For Robotic, Laparoscopy Procedures

Tue, 05/31/2011 - 6:49am

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Dan Allen, Inventor of the Allen Stirrup, has designed a Trendelenburg restraint to use cervical notch support to prevent the compression and distortion that causes brachial plexus injury. 

Dan Allen, Inventor of the Allen Stirrup, has designed a Trendelenburg restraint to use cervical notch support to prevent the compression and distortion that causes brachial plexus injury. 

Allen explains, “at first glance the TrenGuard™ Trendelenburg Patient Restraint may resemble dangerous shoulder braces, but the cervical notch pad makes this device radically different.  Traditional shoulder restraints, tape and foam, and even bean bags can lead to compression and distortion causal to brachial plexus injury, while our exclusive cervical notch pad virtually eliminates these forces on the patient.  TrenGuard™ is light-weight, easy to use, and compatible with your other surgical accessories.”

For more information, visit www.MedicusSurgical.com

 

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