Acrylic Sones Brachial Technique Arm Deck Radiolucent
- Simply slides under pad no clamping, just slide the unit under the pad of the operating table where it's held firmly in place by the weight of the pad and patient in the supine position
- Made entirely of Acrylic
- Easy to adjust just lift and turn the arm-deck, even during an O.R. procedure, for quick positioning
- An excellent positioner for a Sones or Brachial procedure; provides perfect arm positioning to any desired angle
- Proper arm positioning means greater patient comfort and assistance
- Special offset shape (2 inch offset enables patients arm to be level with the operating table)
- Weight Capacity: 60 lbs.
- Strap is NOT Included
Overall Dimensions: 38" Long x 8" wide - tapering to 6" wide x 3/8" thick.
The 8" wide portion is 19" L and is designed to rest underneath the table pad.
The arm surface portion is 17.5" L x 6" Wide.
The 2" offset should abut the table pad when in use.
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