A superior operating table is the foundation for better patient outcomes. Versatile, easy-to-use and built for today's procedures, STERIS's wide range of surgical tables, exam tables, and orthopedic tables provide a solution for every operating room and budget.
STERIS has reliable general surgical tables that have easy-to-use handling features, generous weight and height restrictions and versatility that make them well suited for countless procedures such as cardiovascular, pediatric, gynecology, abdominal, gall bladder, plastic surgery and more.
Fracture tables and trauma tables are designed to allow the surgeon to perform common orthopedic procedures such as hip and pelvic fractures, tibial and fibula fractures, anterior approach total hip arthroplasty (AATHA), also known as the direct anterior approach, hip arthroscopy, thoracic and lumbar spine and more. The STERIS OT 1000 Series Orthopedic Surgical Table is an orthopedic fracture and trauma table that allows staff to position and maneuver the table with ease and confidence. Surgeons get precise patient control and flexibility to perform a variety of open and minimally invasive orthopedic procedures. STERIS's orthopedic fracture table promotes patient safety through our ergonomic SWAN Technology (Simple, Weightless Articulation), integrated safety lock, and quick release mechanism on the boot, headrest and lateral slide.
Fluoroscopic tables are designed for image-guided surgeries and procedures requiring fluoroscopy such as cardiac catheterization, arthrography, lumbar puncture, and placement of intravenous (IV) catheters. STERIS fluoroscopy operating tables are ideal for minimally invasive vascular, orthopedic and other procedures needing fluoroscopy. STERIS fluoroscopic tables provide imaging capabilities of the Radiology suite in the Operating Room. Surgeons will appreciate the easy and limitless motion that allows for a full 360° view and 83 inches of radiolucent imaging surface. The small, T-shaped designed base of this fluoroscopic table allows the surgical staff to position themselves flush with the table for long reach and less back strain, providing more room for positioning the C-arm.