The daggerboard is not pushed fully underneath the mattress, causing product instability.
To ensure product security throughout the procedure, push the daggerboard fully underneath the mattress and ensure the product is stable before the draping process.
The clinician does not hold onto the clear support surface when releasing the locking leg, causing the clear support surface to suddenly drop and risks landing on the patient.
When releasing the locking leg, hold the support surface and move it into the desired position. Twist the locking mechanism to ensure it is secure for the duration of the procedure.
The clinician catches their fingers in the articulating joints located at the base and top of the locking leg.
When manipulating the locking leg, ensure fingers are clear of the articulating joints to prevent any catching.