Immobilizing lower and upper extremities has proven to be a real challenge: large setup errors, patient repositioning during treatment, cumbersome immobilization with the use of vacuum bags and other devices that are not ideal for this type of immobilization.
The extremities solution pays special attention to hands and feet. It’s a dedicated solution that facilitates your treatment plan by avoiding patient repositioning and brings comfort to the treatment.
Knee and feet immobilization
Lower extremities are immobilized by use of a leg support, so one leg can be lifted and placed out of the treatment field. The other leg rests on the base plate. Masks can be made on the leg support as well as on the base plate itself. Foam cushions are placed under the knee and heel to provide patient comfort.
Arm and hand immobilization
Upper extremities can be immobilized while the patient is lying on the couch or sitting next to it. In both cases, masks are made over the elbow and hand to obtain an immobilization with excellent reproducibility. Comfort cushions are used under the elbow and hand for patient comfort.
Shoulder and arm are immobilized with the arm alongside the body. The base plate can be placed off center to increase the flexibility of the arm and shoulder positioning. A left and right sided version of the 5 points shoulder mask are available.