As hospitals face the challenge to master more complex operating theatre (OT) technology with strained resources, equipment that almost become active members of the surgical team can help facilitate the work. This proactive philosophy is the foundation of Getinge’s new Maquet Corin operating table
“Creating an ideal operating table is not about a high number of functions. It’s about adding the right functions, those that are helping to streamline the procedure by supporting the users in busy working conditions,” says Hanna Gantenbein, Product Manager Mobile OT Tables at Getinge.
“The development of Maquet Corin has been meticulous, focusing on real-life situations and details that ensures that the table becomes an efficient ‘member’ of the surgical team,” she continues
The new operating table combines an intuitive user interface with active safety features that monitor situations and give feedback when something is about to happen. In some cases the table even intervenes automatically.
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