Maquet Magnus Operating Table System
Maquet Magnus Operating Table System
Extreme positioning options and optimum access for best possible support for the patient and surgical team.
Seamless transfer without repositioning
Maquet Magnus is part of the new transport system PILOT. This patient-centered transfer system eliminates the barriers to using intraoperative whole-body angio, CT, and MR imaging at any point during the procedure. The patient can be transferred seamlessly throughout the entire hospital and between imaging modalities without repositioning.
With inclination angles of up to 80° and tilt angles of up to 45°, which can also be combined, Maquet Magnus enables extreme positioning possibilities. In addition to that the lifting range from 535 to 1235 mm (21 to 48.6 in) with the stationary column, accomplished the offerings and grants for an ergonomic workbench.
Maquet Magnus is also setting standards in stability. It bears patient weight up to 250kg (550 lbs) and in certain circumstances even up to 380kg (838 lbs).
Extreme flexibility and stability
The Maquet Magnus Table Column enables extreme positions and optimum access. Its slope saddle technology allows for inclination angles up to 80° with simultaneous tilt angles of up to 45°. It ensures stable lateral tilt and provides optimum radioscopy conditions as well as free access to the surgical field, with a corresponding working radius.
Thanks to a wide variety of modules, the Maquet Magnus OR Table System can be set up easily for all kinds of surgical interventions. Due to its extreme working radius, Maquet Magnus achieves a position where the patient is almost “floating", providing optimum radioscopy possibilities and free access to the surgical field from all directions.
Ergonomic working conditions
With its extreme height adjustment, Maquet Magnus contributes to relaxed working conditions while standing or sitting, even during longer operations.
Innovative transfer concept
Thanks to battery equipped transporter the patient can be arranged in treatment position in the induction area on the operating table top, and transferred directly into the OR.
User-friendly control units
The hand control fitted with a display and self-explanatory icon keys. Up to ten different patient positions can be stored and recalled from the integrated program memory. The display, which is available in various language versions, provides useful status information and indicates possible operating faults. The backlit key panel ensures comfortable and safe working in a darkened operating theatre.
Carbon fiber table tops
In addition to the modular universal table top, the Maquet Magnus product range also includes the carbon fiber table tops. These plates are made of radiolucent carbon fiber composite material, which allows a 360 ° imaging without metal elements that could influence the image. Depending on the model, the longitudinal adjustment can give up to 2150 mm of available, radiolucent length, (including radiolucent head rest, 300 mm long). With the motorized lateral adjustment, also used in direct combination with the motorized longitudinal adjustment, body structures can be monitored in the image intensifier without having to change the C-arm, e.g. for angiography. The carbon fiber table tops of Maquet Magnus are ideally suited to the Hybrid OR. Synchronized movements of x-ray equipment and Maquet Magnus improve radiological results due to the retention of the isocentre.
Maquet Magnus is made for perfect positioning
Maquet Magnus is suitable for all surgical interventions. Because of its perfect height adjustment, the operating table helps surgeons to relax during their work, whether sitting or standing. Wide adjustment ranges, especially for Trendelenburg and lateral tilt, simplify and optimize patient positioning.
Innovative positioning concept
The patient can already be positioned on the table top in the induction area. Thanks to battery equipped Maquet Magnus Transporter the patient is transferred in treatment position on the table top directly from the induction area into the OR.
Carbon fiber plate for lithotomy position
The carbon fiber lithotomy plate extends the use of the Maquet Magnus Operating Table, supporting minimally invasive surgery (MIS) in the lithotomy position. With a large imaging range, the lithotomy plate improves visibility throughout the abdomen, from the pelvis to the liver.
Enhanced intraoperative visibility can improve patient outcomes for gynecology, urology, and oncology procedures. A cut out area improves access to the pelvic area for easier access during surgery, improving ergonomic positioning for the surgical staff. Existing Getinge accessories are compatible with the lithotomy plate.
Interventions in the Hybrid OR
The carbon-fiber table top of Maquet Magnus supports interventions in endovascular and cardiovascular surgery as well as in interventional radiology, orthopedics and traumatology. The table top provides 360° radiolucency and therefore gives optimum X-ray access. When deployed for interdisciplinary use, the diagnostic requirements of neurosurgery, orthopedics and traumatology are also covered. Available interfaces to common imaging partners offer perfect synchronization with imaging equipment.
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The modular design of the operating table top provides very good positioning options in all surgical disciplines.
The combined Trendelenburg and lateral tilt adjustment of Maquet Magnus are unique and offer maximum flexibility.
All modules are easily, quickly and safely connected by the easy-click technology. A single hand movement is all it takes.
The Maquet Magnus Table Top can be raised to a height of 1,240 mm (48.6 inch). This allows surgeons to operate comfortably from a standing position.
The extremely low setting with a height of 535 mm (21 inch) of the Maquet Magnus OR Table System ensures safe and stress-free operating.
Maquet Otesus Operating Table System
Maquet Otesus is the evolution of the proven Maquet Alphamaquet 1150 Operating Table System, that you’ve trusted for more than two decades. It has continuously been updated to meet the comfort, safety and flexibility requirements of multiple surgical disciplines in the modern OR.