Evaluation: Steris 5085 Mobile Operating Room Table

January 16, 2019 | Evaluations & Guidance


  • The Steris 5085 is intended for general surgery. Key manufacturer-reported specifications are listed in the table below.
  • The 5085 may be used for intraoperative imaging. It includes a 109 cm (43 in) imaging window at the foot end and a 102 cm (40 in) imaging window at the head end for C-arm access when slide is used in the intended direction. Optional x-ray tops for lateral insertion of x-ray cassettes are also available, along with optional carbon-fiber modules. ​
    *Figure 2.T*he hand control and backup control. (Images courtesy of Steris.) --- ---
  • Major device components and software features include the following:
    • Tabletop: A 206 × 51 cm (81 × 20 in) multisection, configurable table designed to support the patient in specialized positions as determined by the surgical procedure and physician preference. The tabletop includes individual sections to support the head, back, and legs of the patient.
    • Column: Six telescoping stainless-steel column shrouds connecting the tabletop to a base. A hand control and optional foot control connect at the top of the column. The column houses the lift cylinder, the bearings, the hydraulic piping, the hydraulic actuators for Trendelenburg, the tilt, and the electric wiring.
    • Base: A welded steel support on which the column is mounted. Four swivel casters inside the base cover facilitate table relocation and movement. Four mechanical, hydraulically operated, self-leveling floor locks are supplied. The power supply and floor lock actuators are also housed within the base, as are the master computer and backup hand control. The backup hand control can be used if the hand control is not functioning. The backup hand control has the same button layout and functionality as the corded hand control. Without the power supply or battery, the slide function will not operate.
    • Pads: Tri-Layer Technology (TLT) padding with a cover is placed over each section of the tabletop for patient comfort and to prevent injury.
    • Rails: Rails are attached to the tabletop to secure the patient and for accessory attachment.
    • Hand control: A handheld control with push buttons and a display to activate different table positions and settings—see the list that follows—and to show maintenance information. The hand control is powered by a corded connection to the column of the table. A clip on the back of the control allows it to be rested on the siderails when not in use.
      • Display: Enables the user to retrieve or modify information, positions, and settings—specifically:
        • Beach chair positions
        • User-set positions
        • Patient orientation
        • Service information
        • Table settings
      • Table lock and unlock
      • Back up and down
      • Leg up and down
      • Trendelenburg and reverse Trendelenburg
      • Tilt left and right
      • Longitudinal shift—caudal and cranial
      • Table up and down
      • Level
  • Typical location where the device is used: OR
  • Optional device components and software features include the following:
    • Foot control: The foot control is placed on the floor near the OR table and has controls for Trendelenburg, reverse Trendelenburg, lateral tilts, and height functions.
    • Carbon-fiber extensions for imaging
    • An extensive list of accessories...

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