• IMP sets the gold standard in surgical patient positioning

    IMP V2® knee positioner offers greater patient access than ever before.

De Mayo V2® and V2 E® Knee Positioners

De Mayo V2® and V2 E® Knee Positioners

Redesigned carriage with Varus Tilt stabilizes large legs.

Catalog: #114

The IMP solution is especially useful for surgeons performing unicompartmental replacements where the surgical site is on the inside of the patient’s knee. When an extension is not needed, surgeons can opt for the De Mayo V2® Knee Positioner for procedures carried out on top of the standard O.R. table. The De Mayo V2® employs the De Mayo V2 E® base plate and clamp and the De Mayo aluminum boot with distractor block. The carriages on this product have two handle options, a Spring Handle Assembly (SHA) or a Pivot Handle Assembly (PHA).

  • New Side Rail Clamp with Base Plate Bar improve positioner stability
  • New V2® / V2 E® clamp provides compatibility with the IMP Sterile Knee Extension®
  • Improved carriage offers assured locking
  • Knee holder is like having another pair of hands in the O.R.
  • Easily set up in the sterile field over sterile drapes
  • Standard 30" or Short 25" Baseplates are available with a Spring Handle Assembly (SHA) or a Pivot Handle Assembly (PHA).

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  • ...we created a system that’s faster and easier while also giving doctors completely unrestricted access to the surgical field.

    - Ed De Mayo M.D. -Device Inventor
  • Our hospital purchased the Universal SteriBump® to replace our handmade ‘bundles’ for many of the same reasons that hospitals moved away from re-sterilizing cloth OR table drapes some years ago. 

    - Anonymous -Central Sterile Services (CSS) Administrator