Evaluation: Stryker Operon D860 Mobile Operating Room Table

December 7, 2018 | Evaluations & Guidance

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Here's how the Stryker Operon D860 compares with the other products we've evaluated.

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The Stryker Operon D860 is a good choice for a mobile OR table. Our findings are based on in-house lab testing, clinical literature review, and user feedback.

The table will support 567 kg (1,250 lb) and reach a height of 117.9 cm (46.4 in). The table is capable of synchronous movements—that is, multiple sections can move simultaneously to expedite advanced positioning such as flex, reverse flex, and chair positions. Safety features include anti-collision technology. An automatic drive option is available to assist with transporting the table (without a patient). However, we found the method for confirming proper attachment of table sections to be potentially problematic: During testing, we encountered a situation in which upon loading the table with weight to simulate a patient, we observed unexpected downward deflection of a section, despite the section's green indicator markings signifying that the section was securely locked in place. Once the section was removed and reattached, this issue was resolved. This type of occurrence may result in disruption of...

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