4 C-Arms Perfect for Orthopedic Surgery

Best C-Arms from GE, Phillips, Siemens and Ziehm for Orthopedic Treatment

When it comes to orthopedic surgery facilities and doctors offices, the use of a c-arm is vital, with the variety of injuries patients suffer from. Some injuries are more difficult to get a clear x-ray image of anatomical areas like shoulders or hips. That is where having a C-Arm that is adjustable and can be easily maneuvered to get images from several angles.

We picked the top 4 c-arms brands GE, Philips, Siemens, and Ziehm that are perfect for orthopedic medical facilities. Here is the best c-arms for orthopedic surgery centers:

#1 GE OEC 9800 C-Arm: No surprise that the most popular c-arm in the medical industry would make the list of perfect c-arms for orthopedic surgeons. Check out the benefits of GE OEC 9800. 

#2 Philips Pulsera C-Arm: When medical practitioners are looking for an alternative to the popular GE OEC 9800 c-arms to save on their budget, the Pulsera c-arm is  a favorite. With several cost effective upgrades this powerful c-arm is perfect for a busy orthopedic facility.

#3 Siemens Compact L C-Arm: The environmental foot print of this c-arm is due to its compact size comes with great power and image quality. The two High-Res TFT monitors allows for excellent mobility and is perfect for an orthopedic office.

#4 Ziehm Exposcope 7000 C-Arm: This very cost effective c-arm machine as  and Orbital rotation: 115° / 135° that gets up to 45° of rotation, perfect for patients with difficult fractures. This c-arm is also equipped with 7” Monitor (anti-glare) 120 Hz and a 5” Slave Control Monitor.

All 4 brands and models mentioned above are just some of the several c-arm options we have for orthopedic surgery and treatment. We offer up to 60% off on c-arms for orthopedic surgery. For all GE, Philips, Siemens, Ziehm and other c-arm models call us at (877)-283-3154 or click here to email us. 

 

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