Operating Table

As one of the most frequently used elements in any operating room, selecting a new operating table for your facility requires careful planning and consideration. Before purchasing an operating table for your practice, you need to find answers to the following basic questions: What kind of operating table do you need?

This is what most people think of as a basic operating table.

Characteristics of the common operating table:

1. Accessibility – The physician needs to be able to adjust height and Angle to comfortably approach the patient.

2. Stability — The operating table must be positioned stably to avoid errors during the operation to the greatest extent.

3. Imaging support – Surgeons are increasingly using minimally invasive laparoscopic surgery, making imaging support even more important.

4. Support larger patients – One of the realities of surgery in the 21st century is the increasing proportion of obese patients. High quality surgical care should not be limited by maximum weight limits on operating tables. A standard table should be able to support a patient weighing at least 300 pounds (136 kilograms).

These features will improve patient comfort and keep them safe during long periods of surgery. Also, consider how easy it is to use an operating table, as you want your surgeon to be able to use these functions without difficulty. Your operating table should be designed to optimize workflow and provide convenience for your team. You want them to be able to focus completely on the surgery.

We provide a wide variety of operating tables, in addition to comprehensive operating tables, such as orthopedic operating tables, gynecological operating tables, otorhinolaryngology operating tables, imaging operating tables, etc., to meet your specific surgical practice. Whether you need the latest model or an affordable alternative, you can rely on our helpful customer support team to help you navigate the options.

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