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The system is based on a low-profile


column. The arms are designed to provide the precise positioning of the user requirements, with a weight capacity up to 500Kg. The design also provides advanced drift control, making the need for brakes an option rather than a requirement. Ergonomically, it has rounded shapes, small surfaces and a limited number of screws or cavities for safety and infection control. AIRport provides these systems based on years of experience in OR design. From the anaesthetic to the surgical side,


AIRport is designed to be adaptable to the needs of the entire surgical team. The supply head placed at the top of the anaesthesia station provides all connections required without increasing the footprint in the OR. On the surgical pendant, the endoscope column can be easily connected to the video management system and utilise the built in cable management system.


One Solution: Infinite Connections.


Harmony iQ Integration Systems provide a simple, single point of control that allows surgical teams to route all the images, video, audio and data they need to any monitor, recording device or remote location. The systems also control operating theatre infrastructure such as room and surgical lights, in-light and wall camera, music systems and video conferencing systems.


Project management


The STERIS Solutions UK dedicated project design management team (PDM) configure products as required, and visualise where


MAY 2019


users will want to use it. The company has developed its


own software solution to configure the products and show users how they will be implemented into an OR. STERIS Solutions is also able to create all of its pendants based on customers’ inputs. From the size of the arms to the length of the column, the product is built together to ensure it meets the requirements, both functionally as well as physically. The utilities and accessories are also selected and placed where users need them, and the outcome of this provides a visual rendering of a future operating room. As an expert and partner to health professionals, STERIS Solutions UK brings a new vision of the operating theatre with the complete ORigami solution, including: l Operating tables l Integration systems l Surgical lighting l Distribution arms l Claddings l Doors


Service: Installation and commissioning


STERIS Service offers a range of solutions to assist the process, including off-loading equipment, positioning, connection to utilities and full commissioning. All activities are closely managed by its project management team in a bid to deliver a seamless and effective solution. Equipment lasts longer and has less


downtime if it is regularly maintained in a planned and consistent manner. STERIS’ contract offerings help increase mean time between failure (MTBF) rates, and regular maintenance can be planned around specific needs and operations. A number of service agreements are available and every level of coverage comes with technical support, genuine STERIS parts and detailed service documentation.


STERIS Solutions Limited UK Chancery House Rayns Way


Leicester LE7 1PF, UK Tel: +44 116 274 0600 Email: contact_hc@steris.com www.steris-healthcare.com www.steris-lesindispensables.com


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