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ProFx® Pelvic Reconstruction Orthopedic Fracture Table

PART #6850

ProFx® Pelvic Reconstruction Orthopedic Fracture Table

PART #6850

The ProFx elevates surgery to a new level for the orthopedic trauma surgeon by providing the ideal table complement for any fracture procedure.

Maximized versatility for optimal results

The ProFx table is specifically designed to enhance reduction and fixation of acetabular and pelvic fractures.1,2

Designed to play an integral role in the surgical process, the ProFx table supports the knowledge and skill of the surgeon to minimize procedural challenges through advanced patient positioning, reliable traction capabilities, and outstanding radiolucency.

Surgical reduction of these injuries remains a formidable challenge. Benefits of the table include easier reduction, making closed reduction possible, making open reduction possible through a simpler approach, and making the most difficult reductions possible at all. The narrow contact area the table makes with the pelvic area also enhances access.

Product features
  • Spherical Spatial Positioning System®  (SSPS) leg spar joint design provides exclusive table maneuverability and aids in the articulation of the torso and the lower extremities.
  • Design provides unrestricted C-arm access and unobstructed radiolucency giving the surgeon unparalleled viewing capacity
  • Unobstructed radiolucent pelvic table area
  • Radiolucent leg spar can be positioned intra-operatively for unobstructed imaging of patient’s legs, hips, pelvis, lumbar and thoracic spine
  • Optional unilateral or bilateral skin or skeletal traction
  • Spar Lift Assist unit helps easily reposition the radiolucent spar
  • Carbon fiber table top with extended viewing area
  • Automatic power floor locks to enhance setup and stability
  • Built-in standard OR side accessory rails
  • Stainless steel base
  • Traction accessories for supine, prone, lateral positioning
  • Safety strap
  • 2” ( cm) Tempur-Pedic® Medical Table Top Pad
  • Low table profile for easy patient transfer
  • “Constant Trac” compensation mechanism built into each leg spar ensures traction is maintained

1 Matta et al.,Displaced acetabular fractures.Clin Orthop Relat Res.,May1988,(230): 83-97

2 Matta et al., Table-skeletal fixation as an adjunct to pelvic ring reduction. J Orthop Trauma, Oct 2007, 21(9): 647- 56

Positioning capabilities





Common procedures
  • Acetabular fracture
  • Pelvic fracture
  • Pelvic reconstruction
  • Minimally invasive hip replacement
  • Femur fracture
  • Hip fracture
  • Tibial fracture
  • Thoracic and lumbar spine surgery

We guarantee all of 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. 

Product specifications
Table top length 62 -149” (155 - 378cm)
Table top width 21” (53cm)
Table top height range 31– 41” (79–104 cm)
Trendelenburg/Reverse Trendelenburg 15°
Lateral tilt 20°
Leg spar articulation 35° up and down
20° adduction
45° abduction
Spar mount translation 8.5” (21cm) each side
Patient weight capacity 450lbs (205kg)
Standard components


Pubic Lateral Positioner

Shoulder/Sacral Pad Assembly (2)

Clark Socket (3)

Side Rail Clamp (3)

90″ Patient Safety Strap (2)

Traction Unit

Tibia Traction Upright

Accessory Clamp (3)

Well Leg Holder

Cross Arm Support w/Pad

Drape Hanger Upright (2)

Drape Hanger Top Rail, Foot End

Drape Hanger Top Rail, Head End

Articulating Bracket

Traction Lifter Bracket

Femoral Hook Support

Traction Device Hook

Bow Holder

Lateral Perineal Support Assy. With Pad

Lower Leg Support (2)

Mounting Bracket for Lateral Perineal Post

Spar Assembly, left

Spar Assembly, right

Tibia Traction, Boot Adapter

Traction Boot Adapter Assy. (2)




Well Leg Support Arm

Dust Cover

Lateral Perineal Post

Perineal Post, Adult

Prone Skeletal Traction Holder

Traction Hook Extender

Traction Lifter

Traction Boot, Small, pair

Traction Boot, Large, pair

Lateral Perineal Post, Curved

Pivoting Arm Board (2)

Equipment Cart

Pelvic Pad

Main Table Pad

Accessory Attachment Bracket

Lateral Traction Device

Femoral Hook, right

Femoral Hook, left

Crank Handle Assembly

Attachment Mounting Bracket

Patient Care Kit, 3/Case

Table Skeletal Fixation in Pelvic Ring Reduction

Table Skeletal Fixation in Pelvic Ring Reduction

In this article, Dr. Joel Matta and Dr. Jonathan Yerasimides evaluate the use a pelvic frame as a means of external skeletal fixation in fracture cases. 

    Read abstract

    Accessories (17)

    Part #6850-487

    Traction Boot, X-large, Pair

    Part #6850-7000

    Spar Lift Assist

    Part #6900-12

    Radiolucent Arm Board

    Part #6300-93

    90º Pin and Wire Holder

    Part #6800-29

    Swivel Mount Hand Pendant

    Part #6835-8

    8mm Well Hip Fixation Frame (Leg Spar)

    For use with Stryker® System

    Part #6835-10

    10mm Well Hip Fixation Frame (Leg Spar)

    For use with DePuy Synthes® system

    Part #6837-8

    8mm Well Hip Fixation Frame (Aux. Imaging Top)

    Part #6837-10

    10mm Well Hip Fixation Frame (Aux. Imaging Top)

    Part #6850-140

    Classic Femoral Hook, Left

    Part #6850-144

    Classic Femoral Hook, Right

    Part #6850-425

    Perineal Post Extender

    Part #6850-490

    Bi-lateral Mounting Bracket

    Part #6850-6001

    Auxiliary Imaging Top

    Part #6900-20

    Auxiliary Clamp

    Part #6900-23

    Rail Mounted IV Pole

    Part #6850-520

    Table Cart with Cover

    Resources and education

    ProFx product brochure

    ProFx training classes for biomed engineers

    White paper on table skeletal fixation

    By Dr. Joel M. Matta and Dr. Jonathan G. Yerasimides

    ProFx illustrated positioning guide

    By Dr. Joel Matta

    Surgical approaches to fractures of the acetabulum and pelvis guide

    By Dr. Joel Matta

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