Figure 1-19. Kick bucket.
a. Revolving Stools. A revolving stool (refer to figure 1-14) is furnished for the
anesthetist, who works in a sitting position. Another is provided for the surgeon if he is
to sit during the operation, as he often does for vaginal and rectal operations. Note that
the legs of the stool are equipped with rubber tips, assuring that the stool will remain
where placed while a team member is sitting on it. These tips are made of conductive
b. Straight Stool (Footstool). See figure 1-20. These are small footstools,
eight inches in height, constructed of metal with a rubber-covered top that may be used
to increase the height of a team member. Note that these stools also have rubber-
tipped (conductive rubber) legs to prevent them from moving while team members stand
Figure 1-20. Straight stool (footstool).