The Troop Elevation Pillow is featured in anesthesia textbooks as well as numerous national and international publications. Watch to see how the Troop Elevation Pillow helps align the upper airway axes and facilitates successful first pass intubation.
A demonstration of how proper positioning benefits the patient and the anesthesia provider. The situation highlights the comparison of a patient lying fully supine versus the head elevated laryngoscopy position (HELP) using the Troop Elevation Pillow.
Discusses the challenges of positioning an obese patient in the supine position and the traditional, inefficient ways of solving the problem.
Highlights quick and easy tips on using the Troop Elevation Pillow to achieve a successful first pass intubation.
Patient demonstration with some helpful tips on how to facilitate a successful patient transfer onto the Troop Elevation Pillow.
Pre-positioning techniques using Troop Elevation Pillow on a simple stretcher prior to a spine or neurological procedure where the patient may be prone.
Indications and demonstration on how the Addition helps position super morbidly obese patients who are 450lbs (BMI >50) or more.
Visual of how the Arm Board Pads work in conjunction with the Troop Elevation Pillow and the mutual benefits to the patient and anesthesia provider. The surgical armboard is a flat, stable surface that supports the patient’s arm during surgery and keeps it in a fixed position. Secure the armboard pads with straps to ensure maximum stability and use together with the Troop Elevation Pillow for a variety of surgical procedures.
Learn more about the safe, clean irrigation and debriedment option from Bone Foam.
Review the simple sterile preparation and use guidelines for the Gully.
See how easy it is to position patients using the leg elevator, most commonly used for injuries or fractures below the thigh.
A family of lower extremity wedges offer surgeon flexibility and patient comfort for a variety of uses.
Review patient positioning options that comfortably position patients with our upper extremity block and wedge products.
The leg tunnel helps position patients when a lateral position is required and accommodates the down leg while providing top leg support for the surgeon.
See how the Prop assists in sacrum elevation, providing an ideal stable position for iliosacral screw placement.