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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

Daggerboard Placement

To place the Drape Support, insert the daggerboard underneath the mattress at the preferred position on the table. The patient’s body weight will keep the Drape Support secured for the duration of the procedure.

When pushing the Drape Support daggerboard underneath the mattress, ensure the locking leg is positioned in close until it is sitting adjacent to the mattress. This will ensure product security throughout the procedure.


Drape Support Placement

The Drape Support has multiple table placement options, depending on patient or procedural requirements.

  • Daggerboard at right shoulder

  • Daggerboard at left shoulder

  • Daggerboard at head

  • Daggerboard mid-torso

  • Daggerboard at feet

If required, multiple Drape Support’s can be used at once to provide a larger support surface.


Releasing the Leg 

The Drape Support has a quick release and lock mechanism. To release the locking leg, twist the blue handle anti-clockwise. This will provide manoeuvrability of both the leg and support surface.

These components can be adjusted so the support surface is at the preferred position.


Tilt Leg to Lower Height

The locking leg can be tiled to lower the height of the support surface. This is useful when the clinician prefers the drape located closer to the patient. 

Whilst holding the locking leg, push it in the direction you wish. Pushing it down will lower the height of the Support Surface and keeping the leg upright will increase the height of the Support Surface. 

Be aware of the pinch hazards between the articulating joints located at the base and top of the locking leg. 


Moving the Support Surface

The support surface can be rotated 360° by holding the surface and twisting it in a circle motion, providing versatility when considering placement and procedural requirements.

The Support Surface can be tilted or set flat by pushing the support surface down or up to the preferred position. Surface tilt creates different areas underneath the drape to facilitate patient comfort.  


Locking the Leg 

Once the Drape Support is in the preferred position, lock the leg by twisting the blue handle clockwise. This will keep the Drape Support in your desired position for the remainder of the procedure. The leg can be released at any stage during the procedure if adjustments need to be made. 


Removing the Drape Support

To remove the Drape Support, pull the daggerboard out from under the mattress.


Drape Management

Once the Drape Support is correctly positioned, the drape can be placed over the top of the support surface and patient as per standard draping procedures.