OSI Spinal Table (5943 Jackson Table)
The OSI Spinal Table (Spinal Surgery Top) from Mizuho OSI is commonly referred to as the Jackson Table. The Spinal Surgery Top (Jackson Table) is one part of the Modular Table System (MTS). The second part is the Advanced Control Base. This base has a multifunctional frame that holds multiple different types of tops for a multitude of procedures. The Control Base is the primary component of the OSI Spinal Jackson Table. The frame supports a variety of procedures including; Orthopedic Fracture and Trauma, Pelvic Reconstruction, Orthopedic and Neuro-Spine, Pain Management, and general procedures. The Advanced Control Modular base of the Jackson table can hold three different tops including; the Spinal Surgery Top, Radiolucent Imaging Top, and the Orthopedic Trauma Top. Attached to the Advanced control base, the Spinal Surgery top, provides exceptional C-arm and O-arm access.
The Jackson table has a unique design that allows the surgeon to rotate the patient safely about the horizontal axis. The rotational capability provides many unique advantages including specific imaging techniques. The Jackson table allows the ability to perform a 360-degree rotation without removing the patient from the Jackson table, combining the anterior and posterior positioning during a single operating room visit.
180-Degree Patient Rotation
The 180-degree patient rotation sequence on the Jackson table is designed to allow a patient to be rotated completely from the supine to the prone position or visa versa. Make sure to read the positioning sequence described in your operator’s manual to do this safely. In most instances, the patient will be repositioned for posterior spine surgery after the anterior spine surgery has been completed.
Wilson Plus Radiolucent Wilson Frame
The Wilson Plus Radiolucent Wilson Frame for the Jackson table may be used in place of the chest, hip, and thigh pads for positioning on the spinal top. The Wilson Plus spinal flexion frame positioner has a carbon composite construction which allows for unrestricted radiolucency and c-arm integration. It is also adjustable intraoperatively and provides a convenient and stable method of maintaining a patient in the flexed position on the Jackson table. Your facility can use the Wilson Frame for a laminectomy, decompression, or even microdiscectomy surgeries.
Mizuho OSI 5943 Spinal Surgery Top – Jackson Table Features
The Mizuho OSI 5943 Spinal Surgery Top for the Mizuho OSI 5803 Advanced Control Base (jackson table) has a carbon fiber construction and provides an open design. Featuring individual positioning pads that are mounted on the Advanced Control Modular Base, these support the patient in a position for spinal surgery. When the Jackson table Spinal Surgery top is utilized in conjunction with the Radiolucent Imaging Top, a patient can be easily repositioned from the supine to the prone position in the Jackson table.
- Carbon fiber frame provides complete radiolucency
- Unrestricted C-arm and O-arm access while utilizing the jackson table
- 360-degree patient rotation when used in conjunction with the Radiolucent Imaging Top
- Lateral Tilt (25 degrees) in both directions
- Hand Pendant of the Advanced Control Base of the controls the height, Lateral Tilt (roll), Trendelenburg/Reverse Trendelenburg
- The Open frame on the Jackson table reduces vena cava compression, minimizes epidural venous bleeding and improving visualization at the surgical site
- Customized support pads enhance positioning patients with varying body types
The Jackson table advanced control base features dual column design, easy C-arm access, AC and battery operation, powered lateral life, and table articulations. Other features on the Jackson table include hand pendant controls, safety lock statuses, H-Frame storage brackets, and four locking casters.
Mizuho OSI Spinal Surgery Top Specifications
5803 Advanced Modular Base Dimensions
- Adjustable Height: 27″ to 48″ (69 to 122 cm)
- Width: 32″ (81 cm)
- Length: 64″ to 102″ (163 to 259 cm)
- Patient Weight Capacity: 500 lbs. (226 kg)
5803 Advanced Modular Base Power
- Voltage: 120V
- Frequency: 60 Hz
5803 Advanced Modular Base Movements
- Trendelenburg /Rev Trendelenburg: 10°
- Lateral Tilt (Roll): 25°
5943 Spinal Surgery Table Top Dimensions
- Length: 84″ (213 cm)
- Width: 17″ (43 cm)
5943 Jackson Surgical Table Common Procedures
- Anterior/Posterior Fusions – cervical to sacrum
- Surgical Correction of Deformities
5943 Jackson Surgical Table Positioning Capabilities
- Supine (Mount Short Supine Operating Top on frame)
Maintaining your Jackson table will assure many years of trouble-free service.
The head and foot columns of the table bases are not sealed, therefore do not allow the liquid to enter the extensile joint of the columns. Make sure to not pour liquid directly on the table or columns.
The exterior surface of the Jackson table should be regularly wiped clean with a mild detergent solution and wiped dry with a soft lint-free cloth. Avoid exposing your OSI Jackson table to excessive moisture as in flooding, fogging, or steam cleaning. If your Jackson table jas discoloration on plated or stainless steel surfaces, it can be corrected with a good commercial cleaning compound such as Stainless Steel Magic or Acme White Finish and then buffing the surface by hand. When disinfecting the exterior surface of the Jackson table, use .a quaternary ammonium or similar type disinfectant compound according to the manufacturer’s directions for use. Always wipe the Jackson table dry with a soft lint-free cloth.
Frequently Asked Questions About the Jackson Table
What is a Jackson Table?
The Jackson table is a precise and stable table with interchangable tops for spinal surgeries, orthopedic and trauma procedures, and imaging. The Spinal surgery top of the jackson table features an open frame designs for posterior spinal surgeires. With the Modular Table System (MTS) the patient can easily be repositoned from prone to supine.
What kind of table is used for back surgery?
Operating tables and surgical tables that support prone patient positoning are used for back surgery. The Modular Table System (MTS) with the Jackson table spinal top is used for many common spinal procedures including: Laminectomies, Decompressions, Osteotomies, Anterior/posterior fusions, Surgical correction of deformities, Anterior/posterior cervical procedures, Kyphoplasties, Vertebroplasties, and IDET surgeries.
What is a Wilson Frame?
Wilson frames are mounted to general surgical tables to provide a convenient and stable method of keeping patients in a flexed position for laminectomy, decompression, disc surgery and microdiscectomy procedures. Wilson frames can also be mounted to the jackson table.
Do you lay on your stomach during back surgery?
Most back surgeries you lay on your stomach in a prone position. During certain procedures the prone positon will reduce the risk of PPNI and nerve damage. Your healthcare professional will know the best positon for your procedure.
We have a large variety of other surgical tables.
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