T7 offers protection so quiet - you’ll ask, “Is it on yet?”
It’s on. Meet Stryker’s quietest, lightest and most comfortable PPE System. Focus on your patient, with our most comfortable PPE system yet.
Communicate with ease
40% quieter fan lets you communicate with ease in the operating theatre*
*compared to our previous generation
Stay Comfortable, Stay Protected
New hoods and togas with high protection fabric in front, cooler fabric in back, and redesigned helmet air flow.
Choose a tailored fit
The new dual adjustment knob lets you precisely control helmet height and width.
Keep your vision clear
Reduce glare with our new anti-reflective lens, or peel away splashes with our 3-layer lens.
Stay cool and comfortable in the OR with our latest generation of personal protection
*54.05 dB average lighted helmet with the highest fan speed
**0,45 KG, 0,52 KG with LED
Designed to protect
AAMI level 4 protection
Safeguard yourself from contamination, infectious bodily fluids, microorganisms and particulate matter.
BVB fabric (breathable viral barrier) is a soft, lightweight material that helps keep you dry and protected
Keep your vision clear
Peel-away technology lets you remove sterile lenses with ease, to help prevent an obstructed vision
A great fit
•Multiple helmet adjustment options
•New EVA comfort foam
A cool improvement
A clear choice
*Compared to our previous generation
”The type of surgery we do will always involve splashes and stains, but we can reduce the risk we face in each surgery, in each patient"
- Dr Revenga - Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon-
Protect your team
Feel free to contact us for more information on personal protection
Here is what fellow surgeons are saying about personal protection
Dr. Revenga is a paid consultant of Stryker. The opinions expressed herein are the opinions of Dr. Revenga and not necessarily those of Stryker. Individual experiences may vary.
All opinions expressed in this blog are solely and exclusively from Dr. Revenga and do not represent Stryker's.
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