Pediatric Surgery Accessories

Pediatric surgery includes a variety of procedures performed for the care and treatment of infants, children, and adolescents. The most common surgeries performed on pediatric patients are for treating ear pain, urinary tract infections, skin infections, childhood leukemia and appendicitis. Surgical treatment for these illnesses includes appendectomies, ear, nose and throat (ENT) surgeries and urology/gynecology surgeries. Similar to adults, pediatric patients are placed in a variety of positions during surgeries. The use of surgical table accessories during pediatric procedures depends on the age and weight of the child and the area of the body being treated. Therefore, a wide variety of pediatric equipment and surgical table accessories are required to ensure the safety and comfort of the child.

Pediatric Powerlift Stirrups

Pediatric Powerlift Stirrups

  • Designed for pediatric anatomy
  • Appropriate for most patients 3-6 years old
  • Easily attaches to rail of any STERIS
    Surgical Table
  • 160 lb. patient weight capacity

Junior Powerlift Stirrups

Junior Powerlift Stirrups

  • Designed for pediatric anatomy
  • Appropriate for most patients 7-11 years old
  • Easily attaches to rail of any STERIS
    Surgical Table
  • 250 lb. patient weight capacity

Hip Spica

Hip Spica Assembly - Child

  • Elevated sacral rest provides added height for casting in sacrolumbar area.

Perineal Post

Perineal Post Without Pad - Child

  • Perineal Post without Pad - Child provides countertraction and is primarily used in supine positions with a sacral rest.

Wedge Shaped Sacral Rest

Wedge-Shaped Sacral Rest with Pad - Child

  • Wedge-Shaped Sacral Rest with Pad – Child attaches to orthopedic table to support the patient's sacral area.