At Auxo Medical, we believe that the right operating and surgical table can improve patient outcomes. We aim to provide high-quality tables with the attachments and capabilities needed to make sure surgery is as successful as possible. The type of surgical table required can change based on the procedure.
If you work in a hospital, ambulatory surgery center, or any other facility that requires surgical tables, then Auxo Medical can help you. We have surgical tables for general surgeries, specialized surgeries, and imaging procedures. All of the tables we sell are made with safety, comfort, and maneuverability in mind.
Operating Table Features
There are different types of operating and surgical tables made for various procedures. You can expect a few key things from our tables.
We carry sturdy and reliable tables from companies that are known for their high-quality products. A high-quality table can help keep your patients safe and comfortable during their procedures and can last longer.
Most of the surgical tables we provide come with removable headrests, and many also have removable arm boards and can accommodate extra attachments if needed. This versatility allows the surgeon to use attachments that best fit the surgery. If a surgeon wants additional imaging capabilities during a procedure, they can use a table with imaging attachments. Access to different attachments makes the table customizable, comfortable, and safe for the patient and surgeon.
The surgical tables we sell are maneuverable so the staff can change the patient’s position. Before surgery, medical professionals will often position the patient in a way that gives the best access to the surgical site. This position can also change throughout the surgery. A maneuverable table allows medical staff to properly position the patient to help conduct a safe and successful surgery.
Finding the right operating tables that are comfortable for both the patient and the staff is important. The various attachments and maneuverability of the table make it so the medical team can place the patient in the correct position, which can help avoid straining during surgery. The tables we provide are also comfortable for the patient because their design helps alleviate pressure and keep the patient in alignment, no matter the position.
Different Types of Operating Tables
Knowing what tables correlate with certain surgeries can help you choose the best table for your needs. Using the correct table makes conducting the operation safer for the patient and easier for the medical staff.
Specialized Surgery Tables
Some types of specialized surgeries require their own table. Specialized surgery tables include:
- Neurology tables
- Orthopedic tables
- Urology and cysto tables
These three tables are made specifically for one category of surgery. Because these surgeries are more specialized, these tables usually offer added mobility and finer positioning control. Some tables provide foot controls so that staff can change the patient’s position without using their hands. Specialized surgery tables can generally accommodate extra attachments, such as a C-arm, which a surgeon can use to see the inside of a patient during surgery. If you are in need of a table for neurological, orthopedic, or urology and cysto surgeries, then a table made specifically for that type of surgery should offer the best solution.
General Surgery Tables
General surgery tables are designed to accommodate many types of surgeries. Some surgeries that can use a general surgery table include:
- Appendix removal
- Gallbladder removal
- Pediatric surgeries
These tables are generally more basic than specialized surgery tables. The surgeries that use general surgical tables are not always related, so they have to be versatile to meet the needs of various procedures. General surgery tables are adaptable to fulfill this job. The medical staff can adjust the table’s length, height, and position to fit a surgery’s needs.
Operating tables are sometimes compatible with imaging attachments, but some procedures require a table specific to imaging. The two main types of imaging tables are:
- Fluoroscopy tables
- Ultrasound scanning tables
Imaging procedures are generally less invasive, but a table made specifically for imaging procedures can help keep the patient comfortable and speed up the process. Doctors typically use fluoroscopy to see organs, muscles, bones, and joints. It can be used as a diagnostic tool or during surgery. A doctor who wants extra imaging power during surgery can use a surgical table with a fluoroscopy attachment. An imaging table can offer a better solution when a patient is being looked at to find a diagnosis.
At Auxo Medical, we provide a wide range of medical equipment. To see all our available medical equipment from autoclaves, sterilizers, C-arms, surgical lighting, stretchers to procedure chairs, surgical tables and so much more please view our available products online here: https://auxomedical.com/categories/. In addition to viewing our online catalogue of products you have the option to order directly online or receive a quote to begin your order.
If you need an operating table, Auxo Medical can help you choose the right one. Using the right operating table for a procedure can help provide a more comfortable experience for the patient and staff. Utilizing the correct equipment also helps make a safer surgical environment. We carry tables and many surgical attachments that you might need during surgery, such as imaging and positioning equipment. Contact Auxo Medical today to find the best operating table for your needs.