Operating Room Safety Enterprises LLC

OR SAFETY Enterprises, LLC is a spine surgeon-founded company headquartered just outside of Philadelphia, PA. OR SAFETY develops products to protect patients, protect caregivers, and improve procedural outcomes by focusing on safe patient handling and correct patient positioning.

Address

1500 E Lancaster Ave Suite 103
Paoli, PA 19301
United States

Phone +1 610 952 3000

orsafety.com/

 

Ownership

Private

Industry

Surgical & Medical Instruments

 

Chapter Type Case Number Assets Liabilities Industry/Description
7 17-11823 $100 – $500 Thousand $0.5 – $1 Million Surgical & Medical Instruments
Portfolio Valuation Range Asset Valuation Range Total Assets Valuation Range Liability Range Leverage Ratio Range
 $1.05 – $10.5 Million  $100 – $500 Thousand  $1.1 – $11 Million $50 – $250 Thousand  4.4 – 220

Patent Portfolio

21 Patent Assets

  • 18 U.S. Patents
  • 1 European Patent
  1. US7197778

Title: Patient transfer system


Abstract: A patient transfer system for transferring a patient to an operating table in a prone position from a supine position, and vice versa. The patient transfer system includes a chassis, a platen, and restraint/support system. The chassis has wheels secured thereto for movement of the chassis across a floor. The platen is coupled to the chassis and is rotatable about an axis. The platen is adapted to receive a patient in a supine position and rotate the patient to a prone position, and vice versa. The restraint/support system is adapted to hold the patient stationary on the platen while the patient is rotated from the supine position to the prone position, and vice versa. The restraint/support system also provides support to the head, torso, and legs of the patient when the patient is deposited on the operating table in a prone position.

First Claim:

A patient transfer system for transferring a patient to an operating table in a prone position from a supine position, and vice versa, the patient transfer system comprising:

a chassis having wheels secured thereto for movement of the chassis across a floor, the chassis configured to straddle a base of the operating table;

a platen, coupled to the chassis, rotatable about an axis and adapted to receive a patient in a supine position and turn the patient from a supine position to a prone position, and vice versa;

a frame, positioned in parallel with and spaced apart from the platen, the frame releasably attached to at least one of the platen and the chassis; and

a restraint/support system, comprising a first segment, a second segment, and a third segment, wherein while the frame is attached to the at least one of the platen and the chassis and the patient is rotated from the supine position to the prone position, and vice versa, the first segment, the second segment and the third segment are configured to hold stationary the head, torso and legs of the patient respectively, and wherein while the frame is detached from the at least one of the platen and the chassis and the patient is deposited on the operating table in a prone position, the first segment, the second segment, and the third segment are configured to reside underneath the patient, to elevate and to support the head torso, and the legs of the patient, respectively.

  1. US7290302

Title: Back surgery platform

Abstract: An apparatus that transforms the surface of a commonly used operating table into a dedicated platform configured to support a patient in a prone position (lying facedown) for back surgery or other medical procedures. In one embodiment, the apparatus includes a frame configured to rest on top of the surface of an operating table and support members attached to the frame, configured to support the patient in a prone position. Thus, the apparatus converts commonly used operating tables into a dedicated back surgery. The apparatus also eliminates the use of various improvised support structures (such as pillows, bedding, rolls, padding) stuffed underneath the patient to provide support while in a prone position on the operating table.

First Claim:

An apparatus, comprising:

a frame configured to rest on top of a surface of an operating table and support members attached to the frame, the support members configured to (i) support a patient lying facedown in a prone position and (ii) elevate portions of the patient above the surface of the operating table, whereby the apparatus transforms the surface of an operating table into a dedicated back surgery platform, wherein the frame includes a first subsection and a second subsection, the second subsection is disengageable from the first subsection, wherein a buttocks support member is configured to engage the first subsection when the second subsection is disengaged from the first subsection, wherein at least a portion of the buttocks support member wraps around the buttocks of a patient and secures the patient to the first subsection of the frame while the patient is in a knee-to-chest position.

3. US8707476

Title: Apparatuses for posterior surgery

Abstract: Various apparatuses for supporting a patient in a prone position are described. In embodiment, an apparatus rotates a person from a supine position to a prone position and vice versa and includes opposing patient support platens each coupled to a corresponding end of a first and a second COG assembly, the first and second COG assemblies each coupled to a corresponding one of a pair of spindles, each one of the spindles disposed on a corresponding lift column. Embodiments described herein provide for an axis of rotation that is adjustable with respect to the plane of either an upper or lower support platen. Embodiments provide for adjusting the separation distance between the axis of rotation and the center of gravity defined by the combination of the person and the supporting platens.

First Claim:

A platen for supporting a patient, comprising:

a planar frame having a head end and foot end, the frame including a first plate and second plate extending along a longitudinal axis of the planar frame, the first and second plates positioned parallel to each other;

first and second tubes, each positioned parallel to each other at the head end and foot end of the frame perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the planar frame;

a third tube parallel to the first plate, and movably attached to the first plate along the longitudinal axis at the head end;

a fourth tube, in parallel to the third tube and the first plate, the fourth tube movably attached to the second plate along the longitudinal axis at the head end;

a first pair of fasteners, interconnecting ends of the first tube to the third and fourth tubes, wherein the first pair of fasteners each include a slot in which the first tube is configured to move along the longitudinal axis of the frame toward or away from the second tube at the foot end.

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