Surgical Dome Gel Positioning Pad

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Model Number: NH-93750


HL-A8124C (XHT-21-3)
CE Approved Surgical Dome Gel Positioning Pad


Technical specifications:

To protect and support head and face in prostrate surgery, to facilitate general anaesthesia and to maintain respiratory passageway. (can also be applied to ophthalmic patients postoperative rehabilitation)


Correct positioning during surgery is crucial for several reasons:

  • Optimal Access: Proper positioning ensures that the surgical site is easily accessible to the surgeon and other members of the surgical team. This allows them to perform the procedure effectively and efficiently without obstruction or difficulty.
  • Safety: Incorrect positioning can lead to complications such as nerve damage, pressure ulcers (bedsores), or restricted blood flow. These issues can result in serious postoperative complications for the patient, including prolonged recovery times or even permanent damage.
  • Prevention of Injuries: Proper positioning helps prevent injuries to both the patient and the surgical team. It reduces the risk of strain or injury to the patient’s muscles, joints, and nerves during the procedure. Additionally, it helps prevent accidental injuries to surgical staff caused by awkward or strained positions.
  • Optimal Visualization: Positioning the patient correctly ensures that the surgical site is properly exposed and visible to the surgeon. This is essential for precise surgical maneuvers and the accurate identification of anatomical structures, which can help reduce the risk of errors during the procedure.
  • Facilitation of Anesthesia: Proper positioning assists anesthesiologists in administering anesthesia effectively. It helps maintain open airways, facilitates proper ventilation, and ensures the patient’s comfort and safety during the procedure.
  • Prevention of Complications: Correct positioning can help prevent complications such as blood clots or nerve damage that may arise from prolonged pressure on certain parts of the body. By distributing pressure evenly and avoiding prolonged compression of specific areas, proper positioning reduces the risk of these complications.

Overall, correct positioning during surgery is essential for optimizing surgical outcomes, minimizing risks, and ensuring the safety and well-being of the patient.


10 common surgery table positions.

10 common surgery table positions.


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