The TotalShield® II Surgical Helmet System

Comfortably Maximizing Surgical Performance

The TotalShield II Surgical Helmet System is a personal protective apparel system that maximizes comfort during surgery. The TotalShield II System arms you with an ergonomically designed helmet providing stability, cooling fan ports and the option of an LED light to provide a large area of illumination.

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AAMI Level 4 Maximum Protection

With the highest liquid barrier protection in critical areas, its AAMI level 4 certification shields you in your most demanding cases.

Engineered for Total Comfort

Engineered for complete comfort, the TotalShield II System is lightweight, breathable and designed to reduce heat. Utilize the 10-hour runtime and built in battery life indicator.

Open Frame Design

No chin bar allows for a normal range of motion. Utilize your peripheral vision with a 190 Degree Field of View.

Balance and Stability

Ergonomically lightweight helmet that is stable and balanced.

Additional Information

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Zimmer Surgical, Inc.
200 West Ohio Avenue
Dover, OH 44622 USA

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