Improving Lateral Positioning
With IMP’s Large
De Mayo Hip
Positioner, OR personnel no longer
have to lift a patient
for lateral positioning, minimizing the
risk of a work-relat-ed injury. The IMP
with the patient,
not the other way around, stabilizing patients in the same orientation throughout the surgical procedure. The positioner’s
crossover bar is also tilted away from the hip area, providing
clear, unobstructed access to the surgical site and improved
exposure in accessing the acetabulum and femur.
More Efficient Surgical Stretcher Chairs
TMM4 & TMM5 Surgical
streamline patient move-
ment through the surgical
care cycle with features that
• Powered positioning set-
tings that allow for func-
tioning as a pre-op chair,
a transport stretcher, an
outpatient surgical table or a recovery recliner.
• A radiolucent back for bronchoscopy and endoscopy positioning.
• Enhanced surgeon access with industry-leading leg clearance and
an articulating headpiece for ophthalmology, plastics, hand surgery and ENT applications.
AORN guidelines recommend that
should not be
tucked at his
or her sides unless necessary for surgical reasons. Designed by
Dan Allen, inventor of the stirrups, the device system features:
• Fast and easy arm positioning.
• Safe and immediate anesthesia access to ports and lines.
• Integrated width extensions for high BMI patients.
• A low-profile robot-friendly support frame.
to lift and position patients
during intubation. The dual
chamber design allows the head and chest to be adjusted
separately, making it easier to achieve ear to sternal notch
positioning, regardless of the patient’s body type. The
deflated HT-Wedge can remain underneath the patient during the surgical procedure, and may then be re-inflated post-op for extubation, patient comfort or to ease breathing.