PMT 8000H INTEGRATED HEADREST 1 MOVE PAIN MANAGEMENT TABLE
- Upgradeable – any movement can be added at a later date
- 650 pounds patient weight capacity – Highest weight limit of any standard pain management C-arm table
- 50 months parts and labor warranty – Longest and most comprehensive warranty of any C-arm table
- Moves lower than any other medical imaging table with the same movements – Making it easier and safer to get your patients on and off the table
- Integrated headrest with patient facial cutout
- 16″ Longitudinal travel – longest of any pain management C-arm table with a motorized top (option)
- Lowest profile base of any fluoro table (C-arm will not hit the base) – This eliminates the most expensive technologist induced damage to the C-arm
- Compact design – takes up less room than any other pain management table – only 80″ long
- Long metal free C-arm compatible imaging area
- Custom sized fluoro tops are available
- High Resolution, radiolucent, carbon-fiber tabletop = less scatter radiation and better images than other pain management tables
- 24″ wide carbon fiber top eliminates the need for armboards (wider imaging tops available)
- Carbon fiber fluoro top or Economy Composite imaging top
- Five C-arm optimized tabletop shapes to choose from
- 2″ deluxe radiolucent tabletop pad is thicker and more comfortable than other pain management table pads
- Hand control
- Foot control available
- Light and easy to move around
The 8000 C-arm table series has a modular design that allows components to be replaced easily reducing service costs.
Lowest Cost, Longest Warranty, Quickest Service, Safest Minimum Height, Highest Weight Limit – Why buy any other pain management table?
C-ARM TABLE TOP SHAPES AND SIZES
The 6 standard C-arm table top shapes and sizes.
- Integrated headrest with a facial cutout – sometimes called cervical shaped – 22 inches wide
- Integrated headrest with a facial cutout – sometimes called cervical shaped – 24 inches wide
- Rectangular top with a patient facial access cutout
- Rectangular top – sometimes called a square nose.
- Composite top – sometimes called an economy top
- Folding table top – There are also some pain management tables that offer the option of a C-arm compatible, radiolucent folding top for facilities with a limited amount of storage space.
- Custom width and length C-arm Table tops are also an option.
The most popular pain management table top sizes are 22 inches or 24 inches wide, and 80 to 82 inches long. The pain management tables that have longer table tops than 82 inches typically take up a lot more floor space, but most add little if any additional metal free C-arm imaging area. These are usually the older table designs.
If the fluoro table top is narrower than 22 inches, many pain management physicians find that some of their bariatric patients may feel uncomfortable and unsupported.
If the fluoroscopic table top is wider than 24 inches, the x-ray technician may find it difficult to rotate the C-arm around the patient unless you have a C-arm similar to the OEC 9800 or OEC 9900 super “C” C-arms.
The most popular shape for a C-arm table top is the cervical shaped top with a patient facial access cutout. They will allow you to get closer to your patient so you can maintain a more comfortable position throughout the pain management procedure.
Rectangular (square nose) C-arm imaging table tops without the facial cutout (sometimes called square nosed tops) are the original, more traditional choice. They support the patient’s arms when they’re placed above his or her head in a diving position and they are easier to use for non-prone, fluoroscopic procedures. The rectangle shaped imaging table tops are also more useful if you are at a multi-specialty facility and expect to place the patient’s feet at the head end of the table for different types of procedures.
Radiolucent Composite table tops for pain management procedures are normally about $1000 – $1500 less than the carbon fiber C-arm table tops. They have a thin metal edge that normally does not interfere with any useful APs, laterals or oblique views when imaging the spine. The are recommended for any image guided procedures where the surgeon will be using the C-arm on the edge of the table. They also do not have the option for a patient facial access cutout and they only come in the rectangular shape, but you can get them as long and wide as you like.
C-arm table tops with a patient facial access cutout can be added to either the cervical or rectangular shaped table tops. The facial cutout which extends through the pad and table top allows for a more comfortable and stable patient position while prone. The patient facial cutout is beveled and produces little artifact during C-arm/pain management procedures.