Operating Table

General Operating Table

General operating tables are used for a variety of surgical procedures, such as cardiovascular, pediatric, gynecological, gallbladder and plastic surgery. A normal operating table doesn’t have a specialty. Rather, it is designed to achieve versatility and adaptability across a wide range of operations. An ordinary operating table can be adjusted in height and length, and can be tilted to either side or horizontally. On most regular tables, the head section is detachable and can have a variety of headrests that can be attached.

Eye Operating Table

An operating table specially used for ophthalmic examination and operation. Ultra-low design, can satisfy the doctor sitting to do, reduce the doctor’s fatigue. Create a calm, comfortable and casual work environment.

Orthopedic Operating Table

Designed for the ease of handling and mobility required for orthopedic surgery. In order to successfully perform orthopedic surgery, the surgeon needs precise control and flexibility in manipulating the patient. The orthotic table allows this flexibility of access and movement.

Radiolucent Operating Table

This type of table is designed for minimally invasive surgery that requires fluoroscopy. Some of these procedures may be intravascular, vascular, or pain management. Radio-permeable imaging tables are ideal for programs that require clear, high-quality imaging.

The Best Operating Table

While there is no one perfect operating table, choosing the right one for each surgical procedure is important for patient safety and successful outcomes in the operating room.

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