Download IFU pdf
All rights reserved. Any duplication, adaption or translation without prior written consent is prohibited unless otherwise provided for in relevant copyright laws.
Great White HD 1000 Stirrup Boot System 800-0364
Replacement Boots & Pads
Premium Stirrup Boots & Pads 800-0364-BS
Platinum Stirrup Boots & Pads 800-0364-BM
Bariatric Stirrup Boots & Pads 800-0364-BL
Replacement Pads Only
Premium Stirrup Boot Pads, Set 508-1354
Platinum Stirrup Boot Pads, Set 508-1415
Bariatric Stirrup Boot Pads, Set 508-1502
Initial Release: 3/15/2020
452 Randolph Street, Abington, MA 02351 USA
Toll Free ( 888 ) 724-8763 | Ph (781) 982-7000
Fax (781) 982-7001 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Authorized Representative: Emergo Europe, Prinsessegracht 20,
2514 AP The Hague, The Netherlands
Become familiar with the features of patient positioning device before use with a patient. Always practice use on a nurse, physician or appropriate volunteer prior to using clinically.
- Attach SpringLoc Clamps P/N 800-0338 on the accessory rails in the same location on opposite sides of the surgical table at the patient’s hip joints
- Prior to placing the device into the SpringLoc Clamp, identify the patient’s left and right side of the stirrup indicated on the shaft of the boot connector
- Insert stirrup blades into the clamps. Tighten the clamp by turning the handle to the right.
- Ensure the patient is positioned on the surgical table in accordance with the procedure and surgeon requirements
WARNING!! To prevent patient or operator injury from inadvertent stirrup movement, securely tighten the accessory clamp and the boot clamp.
- Select the appropriate boot for the procedures. The label on the boot will identify the left or right boot, insert the boot into the connector (label on Step 2 will identify the appropriate connector)
- Support the patient’s leg by grasping the heel in one hand and the underside of the knee with the other hand. Gently flex the knees and transfer the leg into the boot, then secure boot straps.
- To achieve the appropriate leg/foot position, loosen the boot clamp. Adjust the boot to desired position and re-tighten this clamp. Ensure the patient’s heels are securely seated in the heels of the boots.
- To achieve the appropriate lithotomy and abduction positions, squeeze the trigger, adjust to desired position and release to lock
1. Boot Clamp – 2. Trigger Handle – 3. Free-Floating Boot Pivot
Note: Free-floating boot is designed to rotate about pivot shown above through-out the full range of motion, reducing the risk of superficial nerve injury.
- Remove boot by pulling and holding the plunger with one hand, using your other hand support the bottom of the boot once supported lift the boot until the plug is free from the connection. Repeat procedure to remove the other boot.
- Loosen the SpringLoc Clamp and remove the stirrups by lifting them out of the clamps
- Remove the accessory clamps from the side rails
Device Dimensions (maximum)
The Great White HD 1000 Stirrups are a patient positioning accessory used in gynecology, urology, and laparoscopic procedures. They provide a safe system for positioning the legs of up to 1,000 lb. (454 kg) patients in a variety of lithotomy/abduction positions. The interchangeable boots allow the user to perform different procedures without switching the stirrup.
- Height: 40.25” +/- 0.5” (102 cm +/- 1 cm)
- Width: 9” +/- 0.5” (23 cm +/- 1 cm)
- Depth: 14” +/- 0.5” (36 cm +/- 1 cm)
- Connects to the seat section of the surgical table
- Range of Motion: -25° to 75° lithotomy range, -9° to 25° adduction to abduction
- Single-person installation
- Device Weight Per Stirrup:
14.7 +/- 0.5 lbs. (6.7 +/- .22 kg) (with Maxima pads)
14 +/- 0.5 lbs. (6 +/- .22 kg) (with Platinum pads)
13.7 +/- 0.5 lbs. (6.2 +/- .22 kg) (with Premium pads)
10.5 +/- 0.5 lbs. (5 +/- .22 kg) (without Boot)
- Store stirrups on transport/storage dolly (P/N 800-0074-S sold separately)
The GREAT WHITE HD 1000 STIRRUP BOOT SYSTEM provides a safe system for positioning the legs of up to 1,000 lb. (454 kg) patients in a variety of lithotomy/abduction positions.
Other Required Products for Use:
800-0338 SpringLoc Clamp (US)
800-0338-EU SpringLoc Clamp (EU)
800-0338-JPN SpringLoc Clamp (JPN)
800-0338-SWISS SpringLoc Clamp (SWISS)
- This product is not made with (NRL) Natural Rubber Latex
- This device supports a 1,000 lb. (454 kg) proportional patient load (6'4" (193 cm) tall patient per 99% human body model)
- Product warranty covers the product from manufacturing defects for a period of 2 years
- If damaged in shipping, please call Customer Service at (888) 724-8763 or (781) 982-7000 to obtain a Return Material Authorization (RMA) number. For product warranty issues also contact Customer Service.
- Life of device is 5 years under normal use
- Storage of device shall be between –4°F to +86°F (-20°C to 30°C)
- General - Used products or parts may be contaminated. To prevent potential infection, please clean and disinfect the product prior to disposing
- Packaging - Packaging material can be disposed of via household waste in accordance with national requirement
- SchureMed will take back used product or no longer in service. Product can also be disposed in accordance with national requirement
WARNING! Maximum load should not exceed appropriate proportion of a patient weighing 1,000 lbs. (454 kg). Use care with low-maximum load capacity surgical tables that accessory rails are not overloaded. Strictly follow instructions for use for your Operating Table system.
WARNING! Hazards result from incorrect use. Strictly follow instructions for use with your Operating Table system.
WARNING! Surgical table load capacities may be less. Never overload a surgical table. The device is intended for mounting on the side of a rail of a surgical table only.
WARNING! Improper cleaning and disinfection can cause property damage!
WARNING! You should always practice on a nurse, physician or a volunteer prior to use clinically.
Improper cleaning and disinfection can cause property damage! Perform visual and functional inspections after each cleaning and disinfection process.
There is no specific maintenance required. Please check stirrups before every procedures to ensure it is operating as designed.
Follow current Association of periOperative Registered Nurses (AORN) Journal Guidelines for proper cleaning and disinfection procedure.
Adhere to standards for blood-borne pathogens from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Use recommended protective clothing, gloves, masks and eye protection to clean accessory.
Strictly read/follow manufacturer’s directions for cleaning fluids. DO NOT use cleaners containing phenolics.
- Remove major contaminants from accessory with disposable materials. Follow appropriate bio-hazard waste disposal procedures.
- Apply cleaning fluid liberally to entire accessory and wipe with clean, lint-free cloth until all moisture and cleaning fluid is removed from accessory
- Let accessory dry
Any serious incident that has occurred in relation to the device should be reported to the manufacturer and the competent authority of the Member State in which the user and/or patient is established.
IFU-800-0364 REV 3.02