Improving ergonomics in the operating room
For years, the TRIMANO 3D support arm has offered a helping hand in the operating theatre. Maquet continues this success story with the TRIMANO FORTIS.
Holding and lifting body extremities during orthopedic interventions is a huge effort for surgical assistants. This task is performed by TRIMANO FORTIS easily and with more stability. TRIMANO FORTIS is more robust than its predecessor, with significant improvements to load capacity and handling. The versatile TRIMANO arm can be easily connected to the OR table side rail, and is ready for immediate use, with no additional connections necessary.
The TRIMANO FORTIS can be used in:
- General Surgery
- Orthopedics and Traumatology
- Neurosurgery (positioning of the lower arm in park bench position)
- Hand/ Plastic Surgery
The TRIMANO FORTIS can be used for many surgical interventions. The wide range of accessories makes the system very flexible. No matter which application or position TRIMANO FORTIS ensures stable and secure positioning. The main task of TRIMANO FORTIS is to help you during your work inside the OR room. It relieves the operating team during procedures as it acts as a “third hand”, giving you the possibility to fully concentrate on your work. TRIMANO can be easily moved during the operation if needed.
Benefits at a glance:
- Easy to use
- No need of any additional connections
- Improved working conditions
- Flexible and safe positioning
- Can be moved in any direction by the “Click and Move” system
- Multidisciplinary use
- Compatible with common OR tables
The huge range of accessories makes the TRIMANO FORTIS so flexible. It can be used from upper arm surgery and pre-positioning for shoulder procedures to latissimus dorsi procedures, neurosurgery in the park bench position, wrist arthroscopy and elbow procedures. In addition with a retractor support, you can use TRIMANO FORTIS even for holding wound retractors for optimal exposure of the surgical site.
Shoulder treatment in beach chair position
Plastic surgery in lateral position
Wrist treatment in supine position
Elbow treatment in prone position