An important phase of any surgery is the accommodation of the patient on the operating table. In fact correct positioning reduces the risk of ulcer formation, pressure sores and nerve injuries during the operation.
Furthermore, the patient who goes through local or total anesthesia gradually loses consciousness, motor skills or at least sensitivity to touch and pain.
He is therefore unable to perceive and react to potentially harmful external stimuli related to the position in which he is placed on the operating table or caused involuntarily and unknowingly by the health and social care staff: friction, rubbing, excessive and prolonged pressure, shocks, burns.
Therefore it is advisable to choose appropriate positioning devices that ensure correct pressure distribution and maintain the patient in the proper position troughout the intervention.
Reliable, efficient and not much expensive, the positioners are specially designed tools to prevent the onset of injuries and to relieve and stabilize any injuries already present in the patient undergoing surgery.
The prone headrest is designed to accommodate the patient’s head in a prone, lateral or supine position, guaranteeing the passage of air.
The colour of the foam used is subject to availability.
- Effectiveness to prevent abrasions;
- Effectiveness in preventing friction burns;
- Effectiveness to prevent decubitus wounds;
- Ensures air circulation;
- Ergonomic design.
- Polyurethan foam;
- 100% latex free;
L. 11 x P. 13 x H. 6 cm
L. 18 x P. 16 x H. 9 cm
L. 23 x P. 21 x H. 6 cm