An operating table is a table on which a patient lies during a surgical procedure. The operating table is one of the common medical products during operation. It mainly supports the patient's body, adjusts the operation position, and fully exposes the operation field, serving an important role in various surgical operations such as orthopedics and orthopedics.
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There are three major types of operating tables: general surgical tables, orthopedic tables, and radiolucent imaging tables. General surgical tables are used in a wide variety of surgical procedures like cardiovascular, pediatric, gynecology, gall bladder, and plastic surgery.
A patient lies on the operating table during a surgical procedure. The purpose of a surgical table is to keep the patient in place while the surgical team operates, and may move various parts of the body using surgical table accessories for easier access to the surgical site.
With the advancement of technology, the early artificially driven operating bed gradually changed to electric drive and then liberated the medical staff because of its cumbersome operation, lack of convenience, and flexibility, so that it can be completed various operations smoothly under convenient and comfortable conditions.
For some difficult operations, the long operation time is not only a big challenge for doctors but also easily affects the patient's body under anesthesia, which may cause pressure sores. Heal Force Operating Tables follow the ergonomic design, effectively dispersing the pressure of patients and reducing the occurrence of bedsores.
In clinical surgery, the operating table is used to support the patient's body, adjust the patient's position according to the surgical operation, fully expose the surgical field, and provide a comfortable and convenient surgical environment for the doctor. A qualified operating table is not only related to the accuracy of the surgical posture of the operation but also involves the important cooperation of all links in the entire operation process.
Before the operation, the patient's position fixation has an important impact on whether the operation is smooth or not. The correct surgical position can obtain good exposure to the surgical field (especially deep part surgery), prevent the occurrence of accidental injuries such as nerves and limbs, and shorten the operation time; otherwise, it can cause difficulty in surgical operation and more likely to cause important organs injury, heavy bleeding, or serious consequences. Therefore, proper surgical postures and suitable operating tables are particularly important for the safety of the operation.
The surgical position of the operating table is very important in the process of operation. Surgical position means the position of the patient during the operation and the patient's lying position. Different operations require different postures, not only to achieve easy exposure to the surgical field and convenient surgical operation, to improve the success rate of the operation but also to fully consider the physiological compensation function of the patient. The impact of the surgical posture on the physiological function cannot exceed the patient's compensatory ability.
In order to meet the requirements of different postures of various types of surgery and better support the operation, Heal Force has introduced the HFease600 operating table. The operating table uses a four-stage bed (head, back, hip, leg) design, and a variety of optional accessories support, effectively solving the pain points in the operating room.
Operating Tables’ Surgical Postures refer to the position of the patient during the operation, which is composed of the patient's prone position, the use of the posture pad, and the operation of the operating table. Correct placement of the surgical position is the basic guarantee for the success of the operation.
Place soft pads or anti-pressure sore pads where the patient is safe and comfortable, and where the bones are uplifted; place cotton pads and oil gauze on areas with greater friction to reduce shearing forces.
Fully expose the surgical site and keep the surgical position fixed.
Keep the airway unobstructed and unrestricted breathing movement.
The large blood vessels and nerves should not be compressed, keep the venous blood flowing well, and pads should be added when the limbs are fixed, not too tight.
Abduction of the upper limbs should not exceed 90 degrees; protect the common peroneal nerve of the lower limbs from compression; in the prone position, raise the calves to make the toes droop naturally.