Mayo stand

May·o stand

(mā'ō stand)
A removable instrument tray set on a movable stand that is positioned over or adjacent to a surgical site; it provides a place for sterile instruments and supplies used during surgery.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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A perfectly arranged Mayo stand, oh, exactly as you like it.
"Consumption of breathable films in this application is growing due to the increased use of breathable films in the manufacturing of surgical drapes, surgical gowns, patient gowns, back-table covers, operation bed covers, mayo stand covers, and gloves," says the Markets and Markets report.
During oropharyngeal surgery, the mouth gag is typically suspended from the rim of the Mayo stand. However, in some cases, an extension is required in order to prevent the stand from coming into contact with the patient's chest.
Material for end uses in the surgical medical market, such as gowns, overwrap, CSR wrap, drapes, mayo stand covers and shoe covers, will be produced in the near future.
Roscommon and then Mayo stand in their way of even reaching the provincial final this year and deep down, the players may not even believe a Connacht title is within their grasp.
Positioning a barrel-chested person for oral surgery may be difficult when using standard medical equipment--namely, connecting a mouth gag retractor to a Mayo stand. Dr.
Now just Mayo stand in their way of a place in the last 12.
Under some circumstances, we have had difficulty reaching the Mayo stand rim with the armature of the mouth gag.