IMP Catalog # 7516
A cost-effective surgical bump alternative that offers a sterile, contoured platform for holding a limb during surgery.
Designed with outpatient centers in mind. Features a two-piece base plate that quickly breaks the positioner down to half of its overall length and a compact sterilization tray.
Improves upon the De Mayo Original Knee Positioner® with a removable carriage for easier cleaning, and a spring lever that allows better surgeon control of the handle location.
Applies finite pressure to the femur outside the knee joint, allowing an unobstructed view into the posterior capsule without the use of lamina spreaders, or a second pair of hands to apply traction
Prevents the patient's arm from falling from the side of the OR table. Ideal for Robotic Laparoscopy.
Modular pegboard system for stable patient positioning in the lateral decubitus position.
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“It’s very helpful in the OR, for example, we used it last weekend on a sub troch fracture in the lateral position and it helped us position.”
“I like the SteriBump because it’s lint-free, safer for patient positioning because it’s more secure and easier for the doctor to use than wrapping towels.”
“From establishing the position and securing the patient to performing procedures and testing range of motion, we created a system that’s faster and easier while also giving doctors completely unrestricted access to the surgical field.”
Our hospital purchased 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.
"The best reason I have for using the SteriBump is that it is sterile every time. The sterility is validated. We were using rolled blankets that were sterilized before this that were sterilized in Sterile Processing. It's one less item they have to deal with and try to keep up with."