Mobile imaging table with Free-Float Control and table top made of carbon fibre

medifa 8000 hybrid

The next-generation of a mobile imaging table is "hybrid" in more than one way. It can be controlled hybrid, free-floating or electrically in all directions (horizontally up to 900 mm, vertically up to 200 mm). It is also a flexible and efficient solution for mobile hybrid operating theatres. The technology is not permanently installed in an operating theatre, but is used exactly where it is needed, according to the patient's needs. The flat carbon table top with integrated standard rails ensures very good fluoroscopy properties with low radiation dose, which means that imaging equipment can be used in a particularly patient- and user-friendly way. An SDC-standard interface enables communication with external imaging devices.

Model 800400

1Technical data
Height adjustment780 – 1.140 mm
Trendelenburg-25° / +25°
Lateral tilt-20° / +20°
Free-floating table top
Horizontal sliding of table top900 mm
Vertical sliding of table top200 mm
Memory (3 positions)
Further information
Length of table 2.335 mm
Width of table 500 mm
Width of table incl. guide rails540 mm
Maximum permissible overall load250 kg
Weight of tableca. 280 kg
Power supply110 V or 220 V / 50-60 Hz
2Basic configuration
  • Free-Float Control for adjusting longitudinal and transversal sliding of table top
  • Rail mounted control panel with colour display and joystick for electric adjustments
  • Continuously radiolucent table top made of carbon
  • Table top with side rails made of carbon for attachment of accessories
  • Additional side rails made of carbon at head end and foot end
  • Longitudinal sliding of table top up to 900 mm
  • Vertical sliding of table top up to 200 mm
  • Height adjustment from 780 to 1,140 mm
  • Trendelenburg adjustment from -25° up to +25°
  • Lateral tilting from -20° up to +20°
  • Three user programmable position presets (Memory Function)
  • Mobility by means of two doubel swivel castors Ø 125 mm and six fixed castors Ø 80 mm with central brake
  • Integrated batteries and battery charger
  • Indicator of current charge of batteries at control panel
  • Power supply 110V or 220V / 50-60 Hz
  • Maximum permissible overall load: 250 kg
  • Dimensions of lying surface (L x W): 2335 x 540 mm
  • Weight of the table: 280 kg

Advantages of a mobile hybrid solution

medifa 8000 mobile hybrid OR solution can be used with C-Arm, CT scan or Cathlab for diagnostics in OR, in other words image-guided surgery can be performed in all existing operating theatres. This means all operating rooms can be used for diagnostics in real time and for immediate fluoroscopic procedures, surgical intervention, treatment and therapy.
Flexibility and efficiency
  • Any operating room can be used as a multidisciplinary hybrid OR
  • Low acquisition and maintenance costs increases return on investment
  • No special requirements for foundations and room size as compared to fixed hybrid ORs
  • Lower radiation dose required than with fixed hybrid ORs
  • Demand-based utilization of existing technology and operating rooms
  • Mobile solution enables cost-effective and future-proof replacement of imaging devices
  • Quick response time in emergency care thanks to diagnostics in the OR
Safety and ergonomics
  • Excellent imaging quality and less artefacts during fluoroscopy, thanks to the X-ray translucent carbon fiber table top with integrated carbon standard rails
  • Higher safety for patient and user due to low required radiation dose
  • Avoidance of unnecessary infection by means of transports to radiology department
  • Immediate control based on intraoperative imaging
  • User-friendly positioning of the imaging equipment thanks to special operating table design
  • Improving workflow, avoiding delays and increasing productivity


Endovascular applications
Precise tracking of contrast agents simultaneously with imaging. Control and speed of free-floating table top displacement can be adjusted to the flow of contrast agent (electric up to 150 mm/s ideal for bolus-chase applications).
  • Repair of aneurysms in the aortic arch
  • EVAR: Endovascular aneurysm repair
  • Stent implantation in peripheral vessels
Cardiovascular applications
In cardiovascular procedures such as fluoroscopy and treatment of coronary arteries, less invasive procedures can reduce complications and speed healing with mobile hybrid solutions.
  • TEVAR: Thoracic endovascular aortic/aneurysm repair
  • TAVI / TAVR: Transcatheter aortic valve implantation / reaplacment
  • Defibrillator and biventricular pacemaker
Orthopädie / Traumatologie
The treatment results of orthopaedic and traumatological interventions can be significantly improved by direct imaging during the operation. With a mobile hybrid solution, you can avoid a transfer to radiology during surgery, gain important treatment time and reduce the risk of infection.
  • Treatment of patients with polytrauma
  • Pelvic reconstruction
Neurosurgery / Oncology
Intraoperative imaging increases precision in neurosurgical procedures and can improve resection and minimise damage to healthy tissue in tumour treatments.
  • Coiling of aneurysms
  • Tumour resection
  • Minimally invasive oncological procedures for the treatment of liver, kidney and gynaecological cancers with fluoroscopy
  • RF ablation procedures for kidney & liver tumour
  • Spinal surgery