When you are choosing surgical support devices for your facility, first consider the type of surgical procedures that you are doing and find the devices that will help with your patients. As mentioned, if you are working in pediatrics, you will want to make sure that you choose an option that will fit your patients. When it comes to the arms that hold other bits of equipment, you will want to make sure that they can fit well onto the surgical tables at hand.
You should also think about just how many of each device you might need. Naturally, this is going to vary based on the number of rooms that you are using for surgery, along with the type of surgery that you are performing. There are plenty of types of equipment that could help to improve the quality and options in your surgical suite.
There are support devices that can help to hold arms in specific positions during the surgery, and those that can be used to hold legs, as well. You can find spine positioning systems, irrigation towers, lift-assist shoulder chairs, irrigation tower channels, and more. Many of the pieces of equipment will be available in different sizes, as well. This makes them suitable for children. These would be important for those who are working in pediatric surgery.
There are also a number of different types of devices that can be used to hold monitors, cameras, and a host of other pieces of equipment that are helpful in the surgical suites
Some of the companies that make these types of devices include Schuremed, Dr. Mach, B&D, Drager, Stryker, and EIZO.
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