Prone position

4 Use a carbon table top.

4 Fluoroscopy scans at the start of the operation. To do so, cover the C-arm with sterile foil.

4 Positioning cushions should be given preference over bolsters. 4 The C-arm comes from the side opposite the surgeon. 4 During the operation, the C-arm remains in the lateral position and is covered with sterile sheets. 4 The camera is placed at the end of the table or foot end. 4 The reference base (RM) points to the foot end or to the camera. 4 The monitor, C-arm and navigation device are preferably positioned next to each other opposite the surgeon.

D Fig. 22.4. Universal operating table 1150.30, CRP back plate 1150.45, prone position

D Fig. 22.5. Universal operating table 1150.30, prone position on padding cushions

D Fig. 22.6. Maximum longitudinal displacement of the universal operating table 1150.30 towards the feet

D Fig. 22.4. Universal operating table 1150.30, CRP back plate 1150.45, prone position

D Fig. 22.5. Universal operating table 1150.30, prone position on padding cushions

D Fig. 22.6. Maximum longitudinal displacement of the universal operating table 1150.30 towards the feet

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