Doro Cranial Stabilization Systems

Fast and easy to set up, these systems will be your everyday companion in non-imaging neurosurgical approaches. Deliberately designed features like built-in navigation adaptor interfaces or its Mix & Match compatibility with DORO® Radiolucent products make it a time saving and versatile devices. Safe for your patients, convenient for you.

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Get to know the latest generation of state-of-the-art cranial stabilization and fixation: The DORO® QR3 Skull Clamp by pro med instruments (PMI). The long proven DORO® headrest system has gained some new features and benefits – for even more stability and security!

Key Features

  • Easy to read scale on the torque screw
  • No play between archholder and Skull Clamp Base when locked.
  • Deeper and wider Quick-Rail® design grants a stronger connection and improves handling.
  • Minimum play between Skull Clamp Base and Extension Arm due to tight tolerances.
  • Mix & Match with radiolucent products. Attach the DORO® QR3 Skull Clamp to a radiolucent Swivel Adaptor and Base Unit.
  • Easy, safe and stable connection of DORO LUNA®, DORO COBRA® or Quick-Clamp products by means of a formfitting interface.
  • Navigation tracking device adaptors can easily be attached on both sides of the Quick-Rail®

About Black Forest Medical Group

Neurosurgery is our core competence, our passion and so much more than just a business area. Since 1998, our DORO® product line is marketed successfully worldwide.

Our core products are cranial stabilization and retractor systems for standard and intraoperative imaging neurosurgical applications. In addition, our product portfolio offers a wide range of accessories and customized products as well as a distinct selection of non-stick bipolar forceps. Our cooperation with distributors and well-known surgeons worldwide helps us to continuously improve our products and services as well as to enhance neurosurgery with new, high quality innovations.

We offer solutions that help neurosurgeons and their teams to conduct surgeries safely and