BETASTAR Mobile Operating Table
Offers many features and a large range of positioning possibilities.
The BETASTAR is an effective solution for the widest variety of requirements within the OR, making functionality and versatility its key aspects. Having been developed with clinicians, The BETASTAR mobile operating table is straightforward in its use and offers many extra features and a large range of positioning possibilities for maximized comfort.
BETASTAR has a maximum overall capacity of 454 kg / 1,000 lbs. With its identical mounting point interfaces on both side of the table top, the table can be configured flexible depending on the surgery and the needs of the OR team no matter if normal or reverse patient positioning
Functional and Versatile
The BETASTAR offers effective solutions for a wide variety of requirements in the OR, one of these being the sub-dividable operating table top, which has six sections: head plate (optional), upper back plate (optional), lower back plate, seat plate, leg plates (optional). The motor-powered back and leg plates increasing ergonomic workflow and accuracy and enable precise patient positioning options.
Easy to use
The BETASTAR OR table can be easily and comfortably adapted to a wide variety of surgical tasks and patient heights using the Easy Click mounting points and a broad range of socket-mounted modules. Superior positioning comfort and safety for the OR staff and patient have been adapted through:
- All table joints being covered (this being particularly important when using electro surgery)
- Multi-layer SFC padding (80 mm / 3.15 in) offers patients significantly greater comfort and supports decubitus prevention
The proven Maquet control concept with corded hand control, IR remote control, foot switch and override panel maximizes safe and easy use. The BETASTAR allows simultaneous connection of the corded hand control and the footswitch. Another Key feature is the castors, enabling both straight-line travel as well as free-wheeling, allowing for lateral movement of the patient during transfer.