If you are undertaking a trial, you will need to retain the original box you received your product in, the inner packaging and correctly re-box your product.
Ensure that all components of the product have been thoroughly cleaned and free of any contaminants before returning at the end of your trial period.
How to Use
Assemble the Clinician Arm Support
Start by connecting the Tube Assembly to the Base Board Assembly. Lift the blue latch on the Base Board Assembly to unlock and allow the Tube Assembly to slot into the hole. Once the tube is in, press down on the blue latch to lock and secure the tube in place.
Place the Base Board flat on a surface, with the tube upright. Loosen the thumbscrew on top of the tube and remove the screw and top cap washer. Ensure the bearing sleeve remains attached to the tube.
Connect the Forearm Assembly to the Tube Assembly, then place the top cap washer on top, followed by the thumbscrew. Tighten the screw to lock in place.
Place the soft blue Arm Support Pad on top of the curved part of the Forearm Assembly.
Set up the Base Board
Lift the mattress and slide the Base Board under until it stops at protrusion on underside.
Lift to unlock the blue Lever on the Base Board Assembly. Slide the tube directly up or down to the desired height, then press down on the blue Lever to lock in place.
Lift to unlock the blue Lever on the Base Board Assembly. Facing the Lever, hold the tube firmly in hand, and adjust the angle by turning the tube left or right. Press down on the blue Lever to lock in place.
The base can be angulated to accommodate an inclination of up to 20 degrees in each direction, whilst keeping the post vertical.
Armrest Placement and Friction Adjustment
There are 3 Thumbscrews on the Forearm Assembly that can be loosened and tightened to adjust and secure the armrest to your desired position. You can choose to leave the Thumbscrews slightly loose to reduce friction and allow movement and manoeuvrability on the horizontal plane.
Stability Range Over the Table
The pivoting arm allows the forearm support to move over a range of positions over a standard table’s complete width. See diagram for the recommended stability range, positioning outside of +/- 45° is not recommended as you will experience reduced stability.
The Clinician Arm Support can be fitted with a sterile cover to reduce soiling between procedures.
Removing the Base Board
To remove the Base Board, simply slide it out from underneath the mattress.
Disassembly and Storage
To disassemble, start by removing the soft blue Arm Support Pad.
Unscrew the Thumbscrew connecting the Forearm Assembly to the Tube Assembly. Remove both screw and Top Cap Washer, then lift the Forearm Assembly off. Ensure the Bearing sleeve remains attached to the tube. Replace the washer and Thumbscrew back on to the Tube Assembly.
Lift the blue Lever on the Base Board Assembly to unlock and allow the Tube Assembly to slot out of the hole, then press down on the blue Lever to lock.
We recommend that the components are disassembled down to these 4, and no more for ease of cleaning and storage.