Mayfield headrest

Mayfield headrest

A padded headrest designed by an American neurosurgeon, FH Mayfield (1908–1991), to cradle and stabilise the head off the end of the operating table and allow the surgeon better access during surgery.
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The child was placed in 3-point pin fixation with the Mayfield headrest using pediatric pins tightened to a pressure of 40 lbs.