T1000 Patient Positioning

Lithotomy Position

For T1000 tables with the slide option, the table can be slid in the leg direction. This allows convenient use of the C-arm when it is needed for some urology and gynecology procedures, without having to purchase any additional extenders.

Lateral Kidney and Thoracic

The patient can easily be situated laterally or in a supine position, and the use of the Flex function button and/or kidney elevator aids surgical access.

Seated Position

In reverse orientation, the table creates ample leg room while the patient is in a seated position, and the extensive articulation of the back section (which is the leg section in normal orientation).provides excellent surgical access. 30 degrees Trendelenburg movement forms an ideal angle for Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) procedures.


In normal orientation, by attaching the head section to the leg extension or by attaching the leg extension between the head and back sections, the T1000 Series provides unobstructed C-arm access for cardiovascular surgery and femoro-popliteal bypass surgery.

Shoulder Surgery

With the T1000 in reverse orientation, the leg extension is removed and the shoulder attachment is connected to the powered leg section, providing comfortable anterior and posterior access to the shoulder area with no movement required during surgery.

Nissen Fundoplication

The electro-hydraulically powered short leg section provides excellent support to the patient and is adjustable during surgery. This eliminates the need for reverse Trendelenburg straps and power-lift stirrups, while maintaining maximum endoscopic access to the esophagus and stomach area.

Total Hip Replacement

In reverse orientation and using the longitudinal slide, the patient can be positioned so that the location of the their hip is clear of the table base. This allows the C-arm to be comfortably used both laterally and vertically.

Rectal Surgery, Lumbar & Sacral Neurosurgery

With the appropriate accessories and the patient in kneeling position, the extraordinary height of the T1000 Series can easily meet the demands of rectal surgery also lumbar and sacrum vertebra Neurosurgery.

Ophthalmic and Plastic Surgery

With the combination of wide range of height adjustment and reverse orientation functions, the T1000 Series provides a comfortable working environment for a seated surgeon, and ample room for necessary equipment. With the "N" option, the height of the tabletop can be lowered to 55 cm above the floor.


In reverse orientation, the table creates ample space beneath the tabletop or the back section for prone, supine, lateral, or seated neurosurgery. Additionally, there is plenty of room to use the C-arm, including cases such as scoliosis where both vertical and horizontal imaging access is needed.