Positioning

4 Universal operating table for traumatology and orthopaedic procedures (extension table)

4 Anaesthetic preparation and induction in supine position with 2 adapted arm positioning devices 4 If necessary, diagonal positioning of the operating table in the theatre 4 When positioning the patient, take appropriate measures to prevent decubitus at areas which are subjected to pressure 4 Longitudinal adjustment of the operating table towards the feet (1150.20) 4 Swivel the extension bars in a V-shape towards the feet 4 Insert the countertraction post on the side being treated 4 Insert the long telescopic bar in the extension bar on the side not being operated

4 Insert the short telescopic bar in the extension bar on the side being operated

4 Fit the foot plate adapter 4 Fit the screw tension device

4 Fit the rotating and tilting clamp to the screw tension device 4 Place a double wedge cushion on the operating table 4 Fit the arm positioning device to the side rails of the lower back plate on the side not being operated 4 Fit the anaesthesia screen with a radial adjusting clamp to the side rail of the upper back plate on the left-hand side 4 Fit the anaesthesia screen extensions and possibly suspend 2 arm straps 4 Position the foot plates before transferring the patient 4 Transfer the patient from the induction table to the prepared operating table in supine position 4 Fit the positioned foot plates to the screw tension device and foot plate adapter, constantly pulling the legs at the rotating and tilting clamp 4 Position the arms

4 Reposition the fracture using the image intensifier and position the legs 4 Check all screwed and clamped connections 4 Apply the neutral electrode and connect to the HF surgery device 4 Arrange self-adhesive covers for preoperative skin disinfection 4 Position the operating lights 4 Patient warming system

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