T800 Patient Positioning

Lithotomy Position

The versatile design of the perineal cutout combined with the use of J stirrups, leg holders, or adjustable stirrups, gives excellent on-demand surgical access during gynecologic, abdominal, urology, lithotomy, and laparoscopic surgeries.

Cardiovascular in Reverse Orientation

The T800 in reverse orientation provides ample C-arm access for cardiovascular surgery and femoro-popliteal bypass surgery.

Neurosurgery (Cervical Vertebrae)

The T800 gives the surgeon excellent access to the thoracic or cervical vertebrae during spinal neurosurgery.

Shoulder Surgery (Arthroscopy)

The leg sections are removed and the pneumatic shoulder attachment is connected to either the back or seat section, providing comfortable anterior and posterior access to the shoulder area.

Ophthalmic and Plastic Surgery

The T800 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 reach as low as 55 cm.

Nissen Fundoplication

The head section can be connected to the seat section, which provides excellent support to the patient and is manually 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.

Split Leg Position

Allows for maximum access to the patient during laparoscopy and lower extremity orthopedic procedures.

Gall Bladder and Thoracic

Table Flexibility allows for optimal exposure of the operative area.

Lateral Kidney and Thoracic

The patient can easily be situated laterally, and use of the flex function and/or kidney elevator aids surgical access.

T800 Seated Position

The T800 in normal orientation creates ample leg room for the seated position, and its extensive articulation of the back section provides excellent surgical access. 30 degrees Trendelenburg movement forms an ideal angle for Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation technique.

Kneeling Position

Opening the T800's split leg sections provides excellent access during rectal surgery with the patient in kneeling position. For lumbar spinal surgery, the foot supports should be removed, and the angle of the leg sections should be adjusted to level or close to level for better C-arm access (position not shown).

Neurosurgery (Seated)

The T800 provides ample space beneath the tabletop for prone, supine, lateral, and upper craniotomy. It also gives the surgeon excellent access to the cranial area. With the "N" option, the height of the tabletop can go as low as 55 cm.