Surgical Table

Surgical tables are some of the longest-serving pieces of equipment hospitals can purchase. These tools are the centerpiece of operation rooms, so they should be designed correctly for the job that needs to be done. A good surgical table should be adaptable and functional, but there are also tables designed for certain procedures. At Auxo Medical, we provide a wide selection of surgical tables based on the demands of your specific practice.

Here are some of the key features that set our surgical tables apart:

What Sets Our Surgical Tables Apart

High Quality

One of the best things about our surgical tables is that they are made of the highest quality materials. We integrate brands such as Maquet, renowned for their surgical table technology. It is believed that of the approximate 700,000 surgeries performed every day globally, one-third of the operations happen on Maquet tables.

Easy to Use

Besides being high quality, our tables are quite easy to use. They are not only the center of operation room workflow but they are also effortlessly functional. The controls are specially designed to be easily maneuvered. The headrests, arm boards, and other attachments also attach and detach.

Comfortable

It is almost impossible to imagine surgical tables as luxury furniture, but comfort can affect the procedure at hand. Doctors and medical staff should choose surgical tables that are comfortable, safe, and effective at managing pressure points. Our tables are also designed to remain comfortable no matter what adaptations are required by a given procedure.

Our Table Designs

Auxo Medical’s tables are unique because they come in a variety of tailor-made designs. You can purchase a table that was made specifically for your specialized surgery. Each of the following tables was designed with convenience and practicality in mind:

Otology

Otologists tend to prefer tables that tilt or “airplane” on a lengthwise axis, which our tables can do. There are also tables specially designed for multi-specialty centers and orthopedic tables that require significantly more articulation and positioning, and radiolucence for intraoperative fluoroscopic imaging.

Cystoscopy and Urology

Surgical tables for cystoscopy and urology are designed to provide surgeons with an easy-to-operate table for delicate procedures. The tables provide precise control over different movements and reduce the time spent in surgery.

These tables’ design also helps cut down the risk of errors. They incorporate specific positioning functionality and precision foot controls to allow easier access to the area of treatment. The tables are also perfect for seed implantation and maximizing access to the C-arm when performing imaging procedures.

Orthopedic

Bone mass decreases as people age, leading to orthopedic ailments such as osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, dislocations, and fractures.

Orthopedic tables are designed to provide patients with greater comfort when undergoing procedures such as knee or hip replacement, myelograms, and osteosynthesis. They are also designed with integrated traction bars to treat traumatology extension.

Neurology

Neurology procedures require the highest form of precision. Our neurology tables are designed with a wide range of features to offer the best possible patient access. Their exceptional positioning allows doctors to perform surgical procedures with ease. Another incredible feature of neurology tables is that they give doctors precise control over their patients’ movements.

Imaging

Although almost all surgical tables can provide doctors with a certain level of imaging support, the most advanced medical imaging procedures require a specialized imaging table. It allows doctors to perform imaging procedures that require longitudinal/lateral float and Trendelenburg/reverse Trendelenburg.

These tables also allow for specialized 3D imaging and fluoroscopy procedures, including vascular and catheter tray extension such as lateral tilt and cardiovascular procedures.

General Surgery

General surgery tables are perhaps the most used tables in the operation room. For this reason, our tables are not only of the highest quality but also integrate a wide range of features required to guarantee successful surgical procedures. They are designed with angle adjustment capabilities to help doctors easily reach surgical areas.

Installation Support

Surgical tables perform in their top-notch condition when they are properly installed. At Auxo Medical, we provide full-service installation support so that you don’t have to worry about movement errors while performing surgical operations. If you don’t want to hire an installation consultant, our new equipment also comes with onboarding materials that guide you through proper installation.

Ordering Surgical Tables

Surgical tables should be precise and of the highest quality, like all medical procedures and equipment. Whether you are looking for orthopedic or otologist tables, your ideal table should be capable of providing you with all the features you need to conduct a successful surgery.

Contact us at Auxo Medical for medical equipment solutions or repair services. We will work with you to narrow down the functional demands of your practice and which model would work best for you. We’re also happy to provide you with training courses on how to use each feature of our equipment.