Surgery Tables Operating Room Tables are tables designed to provide surgeons with accessible methods of surgery. Standard surgery tables have a three fold design along with side rails. These side rails are essential, for they will provide surgeons with various options of accessories and attachments. Due to being able to add and remove accessories and attachments, it makes operating room tables available to all forms of surgery. Accessories make them situational to the type of surgery being conducted, so preparation of a table becomes an important step in surgery. Surgical tables features absolute freedom of positioning, allowing easement of surgery.
Designed for use in surgical suites where control and patient positioning are critical, the Stryker Berchtold Operon B810 is a feature-rich, remote control table that enhances patient positioning and provides complete support throughout its entire range of motion.
The AMSCO 2080 RC provides a full range of articulation, meeting the needs of virtually every general surgical procedure. The addition of the x-ray top mounted on the table top facilitates taking x-rays during the procedure.
The Amsco 3080 Surgical Chair features a radiolucent top and can be adjusted to Trendelenburg, back, side, foot and flex positions. It comes standard with a remote control for easy patient positioning.
Movement tilt positions include: Trendelenburg, back (raise or lower), side (lateral tilt), foot (raise or lower), and flex (“v” or inverted “v”). Optional accessories include: armboards, stirrups, anesthesia screens, x-ray top, urological drain pan, etc.
The Universal Arm Surgery Table provides surgeons and patients with a practical method of arm positional, allowing for ease when an operation is being conducted. The table’s legs fold, allowing for transportation or movement inside a room.