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Fig. 7.63. Side support

Fig. 7.64. Body belt

Fig. 7.65. Goepel leg holder

Shoulder holder. To support the body when the patient is positioned with lowered head (e.g. Trendelenburg positioning). Fitted and adjusted in the lateral rail.

Side holder. To support the body when the operating table is tilted. Fitted and adjusted in the lateral rail.

Fig. 7.66. Leg holder with one-hand control

Body belt. For fixing the body and holding it firmly in any position and also during patient transport (O Fig. 7.64).

Goepel leg holder. For the lithotomy position. The Goepel leg holder is fitted to a rail with a clamp. The foam core pad with fastening belt holds the lower leg. The patient's upper arm can be supported as well when in the lateral position (O Fig. 7.65).

Leg holder with one-hand control. Pressure assisted leg holder with padded boot to take or support the lower leg and foot. Pressure is moved to the sole of the foot away from the lower leg and fibular head (O Fig. 7.66).

Knee supports. For knee/elbow positioning. Fitted to the lateral rails of the lowered leg plates.

Meniscus bar. Angled shape with foam padding roll, fitted with radial adjusting clamps to the lateral rail of the operating table and adjustable in height.

Manual knee support unit. For positioning the thigh for arthroscopy, arthrotomy and total knee replacement surgery. Fitted to a lateral rail of the operating table (O Fig. 7.67).

Fig. 7.70. Extension bars, short and long

Operation accessory stand, mobile. With standard rails and wire baskets for positioning aids and small parts.

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