The Thompson Brain Retractor System allows for quick, skull clamp mounted set-up, compatible with most skull clamps. The C-Frame provides stability and virtually unlimited frame positioning based on surgeon preference.
The Thompson Colon / Rectal System replaces self-retaining and disposable retractors with a versatile, low-profile table-mounted retractor. Each blade is independently controlled and adjustable for your exposure needs.
Utilizing a bilateral retractor frame set up, the Thompson Liver / Oncology System provides surgeons with the ability to obtain stable, versatile retraction for liver transplants, liver resections, oncology, and obesity cases. Combined with Thompson Retractor’s expansive blade selection, the bilateral set up offers multi-planed retraction and unlimited flexibility for the most complex abdominal and pelvic cases.
Multi-planed retraction and versatility for the most complex abdominal and pelvic cases. Radiolucent blades allow for faster imaging, eliminating the need to remove blades or release retraction during cholangiograms.
Sterile table mount and independent frame arms allow for quick, versatile set-ups. When combined with S-Lock Quick Angle Handles, the Trauma System gives surgeons control over each blade’s exact placement while remaining extremely low profile. The system contains a streamlined selection of blades ideal for trauma procedures.
Thompson’s table-mounted Anterior Lumbar Articulating Arm Retractor System contains streamlined components for fast, easy set up. This specialized system utilizes easily adjustable articulating arms to attach retractor blades to a stable, table mounted frame. Articulating arms provide maximum positioning versatility, with the added benefit of multiplanar retraction.
The anterior approach to the lumbar spine is heavily dependent on the ability of the access surgeon to provide exposure quickly and safely. The Thompson Retractor provides safe exposure of the anterior lumbar spine, eliminating shift or “rise up” in the wound, and potentially reducing the risk of vascular, nerve, and ureter injury.
The CCA System was designed with input from Dr. Rudolph Bertagnolli to achieve superior, Uncompromised Exposure of the cervical spine. Unlike any other system, the CCA has independent bone lever blades that engage with the patient’s anatomy and expand visualization with minimal retraction and maximum control.
The MIS Posterior Lumbar Access (PLA) System allows spine surgeons to accomplish minimal access with maximum visualization. Utilizing a versatile frame platform, the system provides flexible, independent retraction and angling from all directions while also providing controlled stable exposure.
Thompson’s table-mounted Total Joint Retractor Frame is ideal for orthopedic surgeons performing hip, knee, and shoulder procedures. This specialized system utilizes rigid handles or flexible tethers to attach retractor blades to a stable, table mounted frame which eliminates the need for extra staff to hold retractors. A sterile mount, low profile design, and streamlined set up saves time and space.