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Hana® Orthopedic Surgery Table

PART #6875

Hana® Orthopedic Surgery Table

PART #6875

The gold standard for patient positioning in fracture and hip procedures, the Hana is revolutionizing orthopedic surgeries.

Ideal for the anterior approach to hip surgery and lower limb fractures

Often imitated, never duplicated. Hana is much more than a table: it’s a patient positioning device that enables a multitude of orthopedic procedures.  

With its unique capability to position the patient’s legs independently and provide traction, the Hana table is ideal for hospitals and ASCs. The table supports a number of procedures including the anterior approach to total hip replacements (AATHA), hip arthroscopy, hip fractures, and lower limb fractures in either the supine or lateral position. The leg spars allow for hyperextension, abduction, adduction and external rotation of the legs. Fully radiolucent carbon fiber construction provides for unobstructed intraoperative imaging.  

Product features

Radiolucent lift-assist leg spars 

  • Carbon fiber construction allows unrestricted C-Arm access for intraoperative anterior/posterior, lateral and oblique fluoroscopic views   
  • Lighten the load on OR staff 
  • Independently position and articulate the patient’s legs 
  • Enables abduction, adduction, hyperextension, and flexion of the lower extremities 

Fine and gross traction adjustments 

  • Fine-tune traction needs from full joint distraction to fracture reduction 
  • Traction boots secure the patient’s feet to the spars, with pin and wire holder options for skeletal traction 

Femur hook with power lift 

  • Patented femur hook design enhances exposure during anterior approach hip replacement surgery. 
  • Foot-pedal activated power lift, controlled by surgeon, for raising and lowering the femoral hook 

Pressure equalization pads with Tempur-Pedic® 

  • Padding equalizes pressure load on patient during surgery for safety and comfort 
  • Contours to patient anatomy with support 

Multiple arm board options for enhanced patient positioning  

Hana Patient Care Kits 

  • Specifically designed for use on the Hana 
  • Fluid barrier protects the Hana and aids infection control 
  • Soft pads provide support and optimize patient position 
Positioning capabilities




Common procedures
  • Anterior approach total hip arthroplasty (AATHA)  
  • Hip arthroscopy 
  • Hip pinning 
  • AA hemiarthroplasty 
  • Intramedullary (IM) femoral nailing 
  • Retrograde IM femoral nailing  
  • Femur plating 
  • IM tibial nailing 
  • Lateral decubitus IM femoral nailing 
  • Total knee arthroplasty (TKA) 

We guarantee our products for a period of one year from the date of shipment from Mizuho OSI for defects in material and workmanship with the exception of products which are misused, altered or damaged.

Tabletop length 48.5” (123cm)
Table length w/ spars 124” (315cm)
Table base width 36” (91cm)
Tabletop width 21.5” (55cm) at head-end
10” (25cm) toward foot-end
5” at perineal post
Tabletop height range 30–50” (76–127cm)
Trendelenburg / Reverse Trendelenburg 12°
Lateral tilt 12°
Leg spar articulation 28° up
(10° with lift assist support)
35° down
20° adduction
45° abduction
Patient weight capacity 450lbs (205kg)
Voltage Requirements 100V 50/60Hz; 120V 60Hz; 220-230V 50/60Hz
Standard components 
  • Hana Table Base  
  • Hana Lift-assisted Radiolucent Leg Spars, left/right  
  • Hana Hand Pendant  
  • Femoral Hook Support (2)  
  • Femur Lift Extension (2)  
  • Classic Femoral Hooks, left/right  
  • Femoral Hooks, left/right  
  • Femur Lift Assembly, left/right  
  • Hana Femur Lift Foot Pedal  
  • Adult Perineal Post  
  • Large Traction Boot, pair   
  • Small Traction Boot, pair  
  • Traction Hook Extender (2)   
  • Well Leg Support Adaptor  
  • Articulating Bracket   
  • Well Leg Support Assembly   
  • Hana Arm Board (2)   
  • Femur Lift Emergency Crank Handle  
  • Hana Table Cover   
  • Hana Patient Care Kit (3/case) 
  • Patient Safety Strap, 90″ (229 cm)


Disposable components  
  • Hana Patient Care Kit (6/case) (Part #6851)
  • Patient Isolation Drape (12/case) (Part #5858) 
  • Disposable Boot Liners (12/case) (Part #5937DZ) 
  • Adult Perineal Post Cover (12/case) (Part #6855-13) 
  • 6″ diameter (15.2 cm) Perineal Post Cover (12/case) (Part #5929DZ) 
Draping Tips for the Hana

Draping Tips for the Hana

Get step-by-step draping tips for the supine fracture or AATHA table setups.

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    Accessories (21)

    Part #6875-2761

    Hana Fracture Kit

    Includes pads, drapes, hooks and brackets for easy setup and use

    Part #6875-500

    Hana Equipment Cart

    Part #6850-487

    Traction Boot, X-large, Pair

    Part #6850-170

    Lower Leg Support

    Part #6875-250

    Lateral Perineal Post and Board

    Part #6875-230

    Hana Knee Flexion System

    Part #5855-61

    Accessory Clamp

    Part #5857

    Cross Arm Support with Tempur-Pedic® 1” (2.5cm) Pad

    Part #5393

    Clark Socket

    Part #3368

    3″ Shortened Perineal Post

    Part #6850-420

    3″ Extended Perineal Post

    Part #3369

    Large Diameter Perineal Post

    Part #6300-93

    90º Pin and Wire Holder

    Part #6850-27

    ProFx® Traction Boot Adaptor Assembly

    Part #5855-411

    Tibial Traction Upright

    Part #5855-345

    Traction Unit

    Part #6850-25

    Tibia Traction Boot Adaptor

    Part #5855-440

    Traction Foot Plate Assembly

    Part #6875-2740

    Patient Transfer Board with Pad

    Part #6950

    6-piece Tempur-Pedic® Positioning Pad Set

    Part #6875-20

    Hana Table Cover

    Resources and education

    Hana product brochure

    Setup instructions online or on our app

    Hana training classes for biomed engineers

    Draping Tips for the Hana

    Femoral Hook Placement

    Hana Patient Kits Brochure

    Patient Marketing Kit for Hip Replacements (Customers Only)

    Nearly 90 customizable templates

    Hana Smart Start Kit (Customers Only)

    Get off to the right start

    Clinical Utility of Hana Orthopedic Table Highlighted in New Study

    By Dr. Andrew Wickline

    Surgical Approaches to Acetabulum and Pelvic Fractures

    By Dr. Joel Matta

    Cost in primary total hip arthroplasty – a comparison of surgical approaches

    2019 study published in ClinicoEconomics and Outcomes Research

    AATHA Background and Operative Technique

    By Dr. Joel Matta and John C. Wilson, Jr.

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