Allen Medical system STIRRUPS, YELLOW FIN ELITE W/LIFT/Right ASSIST, 1 PAIR
Extended lateral fin is designed to cover and protect the head of the fibula and the peroneal nerve Floating Boot. Self-adjusting boot minimizes pressure on the calf when moving the stirrup Lift-Assist.
The Allen Yellofin stirrups enable surgical personnel to lift and position a patient's legs, then safely and securely hold the legs in position while surgical procedures are performed. The Allen Yellofin stirrup family is different because of the lateral safety fin, and the patented Lift-Assist technology. The boot's unique fin design eliminates the possibility of peroneal nerve injury, unlike candy cane stirrups that can cause nerve damage from uncontrolled abduction during procedures. In addition, Lift-Assist technology neutralizes the leg weight, enabling staff to easily move the leg to any desired position. This is extremely helpful with heavy or obese patients, both in preventing staff back injuries, and by enhancing patient comfort and safety.
Robotic Surgical Procedures Yellofin Stirrups allow for easy adjustment of abduction and lithotomy while maintaining the sterile field. They also provide distinct patient comfort and safety advantages over the previous generations of boot-type stirrups. The Yellofin enables safe and easy positioning while providing enhanced surgical site access. The Yellofin stirrup fin design eliminates any pressure on the peroneal nerve, by providing a passive resting place for the bony prominence of the knee. In higher degrees of lithotomy, the lateral safety fin keeps the patient's knees in alignment, unlike candy canes. Without this fin, the knees have a tendency to gravitate outward and downward, causing stretching in the groin and stress on the lower back.
The boot's reusable pad completely encapsulates the foot, ankle, and calf for comfortable and secure positioning.
Ideal For Use With:
- TAVH, LAVH
- LEEP Procedure
- Radical Perineal Prostatectomy
- General Surgery
- AP Resections
- Cysto Procedures
- Oncology Procedures