Provides 3-point rigid cranial fixation.

  • Provides visual indication of clamping force on ALL THREE skull pins
  • Ability to adjust the force on ALL THREE skull pins
  • Equal impingement of pins ensures firm skull positioning and fixation

Part Number: A-1108

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Failure to read and follow instructions furnished in the product insert may result in serious patient injury or death. Non-Mayfield branded products used with MAYFIELD® products – We caution the we have only validated MAYFIELD products used in conjunction with the MAYFIELD product line, and as a result, cannot advise you whether suppliers’ products would work properly with the MAYFIELD line of products. Never attempt to resharpen skull pins. Dull or bent pins should be replaced. When using MAYFIELD Skull Pins follow Instructions For Use supplied with the product. Skull pins are not recommended for use on children under five (5) years of age and extreme caution should be exercised in pediatric cases because of the thin skull. MAYFIELD Child Skull Pins are recommended for young children over the age of five (5) years. It is at the discretion of the user, when the adult or child skull pins should be used. Failure to properly position patient and to fully tighten all adjustable portions of this or any similar device may result in serious patient injury or death. MAYFIELD Skull Clamp fixation devices are not recommended for use on children under five (5) years of age and extreme caution should be exercised in pediatric cases because of the thin skull. Loading in excess of 80 lbs. is NOT RECOMMENDED.

Carefully inspect reusable skull pins before each use. To maintain proper fixation, pins should be equal length. Damaged (dull, bent, etc.) pins should be replaced. It is recommended that spare pins always be kept available. Avoid the areas of the frontal sinus, temporal fossa, major blood vessels, nerves, previously restored or abnormally thin bone. Adjusting the pin carriers will influence the total force applied to the patient. After every third adjustment made to the pin carrier, verify the total force applied to the patient by looking at the force gauge on the Torque Screw. The total force may be higher or lower than its initial value. DO NOT attempt to exceed the fourth graduation when adjusting a pin carrier. Before fully tightening, always be certain that the sunburst teeth of the Swivel Adaptor and the Transitional Member fittings are the same size and mesh properly. Failure to do so may damage fittings. Do not steam sterilize. Plastic components may be damaged by the heat.