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Accessories for Spine Surgery

Spinal surgery accessories are vital to patient safety and positioning in these delicate procedures. Medical conditions affecting the spine can cause severe back pain and immobility for patients and can radiate to other parts of the body. The most common types of back surgery include spinal fusion, laminectomy, and discectomy. Each of these procedures require the surgeon to position the patient differently on the operating table. Common positions for spine surgery include prone and face down, depending on which are of the vertebrae the surgeon will be working. Spinal surgical table accessories accommodate each of the positions for knee-chest, jackknife and kneeling.

Disposable Richards Slotted Head Rest is a foam head positioner for spinal procedures.

Disposable Richards Slotted Head Rest

  • High-density polyfoam
  • Single use, disposable foam head positioner
  • 10" high
  • Sold six (6) per case

foam arm positioner

Disposable Laminectomy Arm Cradles

  • Made of high-density polyfoam
  • Single use, disposable laminectomy arm positioner
  • 5"W x 24"L x 3"H (13 cm x 61 cm x 8 cm)
  • Sold 12 per case

Frontal Sitting Attachment #1802

Frontal Sitting Attachment #1802

  • Frontal Sitting Attachment #1802 mounts neurosurgical headrests to head end of AMSCO 1080 & AMSCO 2080 Surgical Table's back section and head or foot end of AMSCO 3080 & AMSCO 3085 Surgical Tables.

Horizontal Attachment

Horizontal Attachment #1800

  • Horizontal Attachment #1800 mounts neurosurgical headrests to head end of AMSCO 1080 & AMSCO 2080 Surgical Table's back section and head or foot end of AMSCO 3080 & AMSCO 3085 Surgical Tables.

Posterior Sitting Attachment

Posterior Sitting Attachment #1801

  • Posterior Sitting Attachment #1801 mounts neurosurgical headrests to table siderails.

Morgan Pelvic Rest

Morgan Pelvic Rest

  • Morgan Pelvic Rest supports the patient in knee-chest position, with knees on extended foot section.