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Acrobat-i Positioner

Designed for apical or nonapical placement.

Built on a foundation of arm strength and flexibility, the Acrobat-i Positioner features proprietary active suspension technology that allows normal cardiac motion and maintains stable hemodynamics

The tissue-conforming suction cup uses gentle vacuum to securely lift and hold the heart while the mount is designed to be compatible with a range of adult sternal retractors.

The Acrobat-i Positioner is designed for apical or nonapical placement.

Acrobat-i Off-Pump family (featuring a stabilizer, positioner, and a blower mister) combines sleek form with superb function which enables surgeons to easily and confidently deliver the benefits of beating heart surgery. It incorporates the preferred features from the Acrobat and Xpose product families: proven stability, strength and flexibility.

The Acrobat-i Positioner provides:

  • strength
  • flexibility
  • visibility
  • the stability necessary in a variety of surgical situations.

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The tissue conforming suction cup uses a gentle vacuum to securely lift and hold the heart, designed for apical or nonapical placement. Proprietary active suspension technology allows normal cardiac motion and maintains stable hemodynamics.


The low-profile arm is designed for increased strength, and innovative Flexlink™ technology features interlocking links that enable greater maneuverability.

Increased workspace

Streamlined locking lever and integrated channels secure tubing and decrease workspace cluttering.

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  1. 1. Puskas J, Martin J, Cheng D, et al. ISMICS Consensus Conference and Statements of Randomized Controlled Trials of Off-Pump versus Conventional Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery. Innovations. 2015;10:219-229.