position of patient in operating room. Position of patient in operating Room. 2010-2011.
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position of patient in operating room Position of patient in operating Room 2010-2011
Gallbladder, Thoracic Abdominal PositionThe multifold operation table facilitates the illustrated abdominal position for gallbladder thoracic surgeries. It provides easy access to abdomen area. The tables can be easily formed to attain desired patient position
Trendelenburg, Reverse Trendelenburg PositionIn Trendelenburg, the patient lies flat on the back as in supine position, but with the feet higher than the head. Whereas, in Reverse Trendelenburg position the body is tilted in the opposite direction. Trendelenburg is a standard position used in abdominal and gynecological surgeries
Lateral Tilt PositionIn this position, the patients body is tilted towards left right, as required by the surgical procedure. The tables we offer can be tilted as required be it 30 degree or more
In this position the patient is in the lateral position, where access to the kidney is better for surgical procedures. The position provides excellent surgical site access and makes the process hassle free
Chair/Sitting PositionThis is a chair formed by the table for sitting position of the patient. The patient is laid comfortably & the surgeon also has good access for surgery. This position is ideal for neurological and for other types of surgery
Proctology Prone, Kneeling PositionThe illustrated position is of proctology prone, kneeling position. The full range operation table provides comfortable arrangement for laying the patient in proctology prone, kneeling position. The table is used for diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the colon or rectum or anus.
Lithotomy Position, Urology, GynaecologyThe table is used to lay the patient in a lithotomic position wherein it facilitates ties the surgeon in processes involves removal of calculi, stones formed inside bladder and kidneys. The position is also ideal for urological and gynecological procedures.
Standard Supine PositionThe above image illustrates the standard supine pose wherein the body is lying down with the face up. The patient to lies in a supine position for general diagnosis and for operational / surgical procedures
Kidney PositionIn this position the patient is in the lateral position, where access to the kidney is better for surgical procedures. The position provides excellent surgical site access and makes the process hassle free.
Femoral Neck Positioning in Supine PositionThe illustration is of femoral neck positioning in Supine Position. The operation tables we offer support these & assure comfortable procedure for the surgeon
Leg Stem Fracture Procedure PosturingThis is Leg Stem Fracture Procedure Posturing. The posture is suitable for orthopedic operations involving leg stem. The patient is laid in this position for better accessibility and ease of performing the surgery
Cerebellum Prone PositionThe illustrated position is of cerebellum prone position. It is suitable for cerebrum operations. The attachments of the table make it easy for the surgeon to operate and also assure comfort to the patient
Neurosurgery Position With use of accessory OTA-10 (optional)This is a neurosurgery position and the attachment fitted with the table it OTA-10. This is an optional accessory available with these tables. The table is ergonomically designed to accommodate different types of attachments
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