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Special Outpatient Surgery Edition - Surgical Construction - March 2018

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Making Knee Positioning Easier and More Precise. Again. De Mayo V 2 E TM Knee Positioner is a trademark of Innovative Medical Products, Inc. U.S. Patent No. 8,132,278 V 2 E TM Clamp is a trademark of Innovative Medical Products, Inc. U.S. Patent No. 7,003,827 Extending the simplicity and flexibility of the De Mayo V 2 TM Knee Positioner® . The De Mayo V 2 E TM Knee Positioner gives you more options for unobstructed access – extension arm positions knee o: the operating table. • Surgeon can stand between patient's legs for greater access approaching the medial compartment • Straight-on knee access provides line of sight to surgical site – no need to lean over OR table • More precise control of lateral movement and improved boot-holding capabilities • Removable Carriage is easier to clean and maintain • Lighter Base Plate and handle options improve ease of use • New Side Rail Clamp with a positive lock Learn more about the unique features of the De Mayo V 2 E TM Knee Positioner at www.impmedical.com or call 800-467-4944 for more information or to speak with a representative. © 2018 IMP Introducing the De Mayo V 2 E. TM Tilt control allows varying degrees of lateral movement by pushing the slidebar in increments from open to close. Choose between traditional spring-loaded handle or new flip handle. Surgeon can stand between patient's legs and does not need to bend or stoop. > > The operative word in patient positioning. www.impmedical.com Positive Lock Clamp. > V 2 E™ O: Table V 2™ On Table

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