If a patient is placed in the prone position, we will often add a Wilson frame, which provides padding for the patient's face and chest, and naturally positions them in a neutral posture that enables the doctor to access the posterior part of the spine. We also use a configuration "Jackson with four posts," which involves attaching posts that make contact only with the patient's thighs, pelvis and chest, leaving the abdomen entirely free. The positioning of the posts changes the curvature of the patient's spine.
Advantages and characteristics
1, Excellent uncovered fluoroscopy channel: Components can be assembled randomly and placed flexibly to meet the various needs of doctors/patients for surgery
2, Open frame design: It can reduce the compression of the patient's vena cava when used in spinal surgery, minimize the bleeding of the epidural vein, and improve the visualization of the surgical site
3, Diversified accessory system: Doctors can choose appropriate accessories according to the needs of different operations, and easily complete the placement and positioning of patients complex surgical positions.
4, Different table conversion function during operation: When the spine operation table is used together with the imaging table, the doctor can easily switch the patient from the supine position to the prone position through the 180"flip function of the table
5, Optimization of surgical field from the physical level: the width of the operating table is only 43cm, which allows medical staff to be closer to the patient and enhance the doctor’s direct field of vision. In the meantime, it allows the imaging equipment to pass through the table easily, making the operation of the imaging equipment easier and convenient.
Outstanding clinical application
Intraoperative positioning of minimally invasive spine surgery
Intraoperative cervical traction
Two-way traction or children’s spine plastic surgery
Spinal canal decompression
Intradiscal electro thermoplasty
Total knee arthroplasty
Spinal tumor resection
Reconstruction of pelvic trauma
Combined anterior and posterior spinal surgery