The right position for every type of surgery
General positioning at a glance
Each position presents its own benefits and challenges.
Patient positioning examples according to discipline
Maximize access and minimize risk in general surgery
Surgical teams should always choose a position that maximizes surgical site access while minimizing the risk of complications. The positioning guide provides illustrative examples of what have been found to be the most suitable and effective positions.
Effective positioning for gynecological and urological surgery
The proper table position and complementary accessories improve access for gynecological and urological positions. Download our guide to effective positioning that optimizes access while minimizing patient strain.
Secure patient positioning in ophthalmology, ENT, oral and facial surgery
Optimize access to the patient’s head while minimizing the risk of complications. Our patient positioning guide provides illustrative examples of the most suitable positions for ophthalmology, ENT, oral, and facial surgeries
Stable positioning in neurosurgery
Neurosurgery requires precise positioning for unobscured access. The positioning guide illustrates the most suitable and stable positions for neurosurgery.
Clear site access for orthopedics and traumatological surgery
Orthopedic and trauma surgeries need a broad, unobstructed view of the surgical site. Our patient positioning guide provides illustrative examples best practices in orthopedic patient positioning.