The complete multi-function mobile operating room table.
The DRE Versailles P100 is more than a surgery table. It lets you move patients from pre-op to the operating room to post-op without transferring the patient from a stretcher to a surgery table and back. The DRE Versailles P100 does it all by incorporating the mobility of a stretcher into a fully-functional surgery table.
The powered DRE Versailles P100 operating room table is more mobile than most stretchers or surgical tables and is a total solution for hospitals and surgery centers. This multi-function table can replace several devices at once to create an extreme value. Rely on the DRE Versailles P100 for exceptional stability, full C-arm access, patient transport, and complete surgical positioning.
The DRE Versailles P100 is available with a variety of optional accessories, including armboards, leg positioners for gynecological procedures, and many types of headrests.
Four remote-activated powered functions
Traversing patient platform
Full C-arm coverage
Superior surgical access
550-lb. (250 kg) weight limit
Transport and Recovery
Patient safety rails fitted for patient comfort and safety
Unique retractable steering mechanism engaged for maximum maneuverability
Designed for every stage of endoscopy — carries patients from pre-op to procedure to recovery.
Offers C-arm compatibility for imaging and the benefits of a fully-featured surgical table.
Leg Section Weight: 13.2 lbs (6 kg) Specifications subject to change without notice.
The ability to laterally tilt the patient with the Versailles P100 was one of the features that we were looking for in a table. This feature has certainly met that need. Few stretcher tables are able to provide that feature and the larger OR tables do not give you the flexability to give patients better positioning, more comfort and the ability to transport the patient to the recovery area on the same bed. Transporting patients on the same bed minimizes injury to staff. Patients are protected by the very nice mattress pad and pressure areas are minimized with the ability to gatch the knee, raise the head of the bed and tilt the bed into a semi trandelenburg position. The ability to laterally tilt the patient gives our surgeon optimal visualization during facelifts without compromising his positioning and potential injury.
Beth Agnor Clinical Director, Delaware Surgical Arts