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What Is Reverse Trendelenburg?
The reverse Trendelenburg, also called the anti-Trendelenburg, is a common surgical position in which the lower extremities are leveled lower than the head and neck. It is the opposite of the Trendele... read more
Journal of Neurosurgical Anesthesiology:
Recently we studied the effect of 10° reverse Trendelenburg position on subdural pressure and cerebral perfusion pressure (CPP) during craniotomy. Within 1 minute we found a significant decrease in su... read more
SKYTRON Hercules 6702 O/R Table
Additional features include 1,200 lb. lift and 1,000 lb. articulation capacity, removable back and leg sections, 23"-41" table heights, Auto Beach Chair position, 30° tilt, powered kidney bridge, Tren... read more
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Robotic hospital beds are the future of patient transportation
As well as replacing all seven types of hospital beds, the Flexbed also incorporates all the multiple beds' movements, including suitable Trendelenburg (head lower than feet) and reverse Trendelenburg ... read more
Clonidine or remifentanil for adequate surgical conditions in patients undergoing endoscopic sinus surgery: a randomized study
To achieve a bloodless surgical field, deliberate hypotension is often used among other interventions, such as preoperative oral corticosteroid treatment prescribed in case of severe disease, moderate ... read more
Office-Based Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy for Ovarian Cancer
If possible, the bed can also be alternated between the Trendelenburg and reverse Trendelenburg positions to facilitate distribution. The position of the needle in the reservoir should be carefully de... read more
Surgical C-Arm Fluoroscopy Device for patients heavier at 500lb.
High-speed actuators assure quick tabletop positioning, including height adjustability from 33.5 to 43.5 inches, an isocentric lateral roll of 0° to ±15°, and Trendelenburg motions (and reverse motion... read more
Automated Chest Compression Devices: What Does the Evidence Say?
Additionally, there is new evidence to suggest that performing chest compressions while the patient is placed in a 30-degree reverse Trendelenburg position may improve outcomes [http://www.emsworld.co... read more
Howard Wright wins design award for M8 medical bed
says Mr Wastney. Using a simple keypad, its fully electric functionality means the M8 can be reconfigured to a cardiac chair, into trendelenburg or reverse trendelenburg positions, raise the lower leg ... read more
Reverse Trendelenburg Position Reduces Intracranial Pressure During Craniotomy
Department of Neuroanesthesiology, Aarhus Kommunehospital, Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark. Address correspondence and reprint requests to Dr. Jens K. Rolighed Larsen, Department of Neuroanesthesi... read more