Pulsera Mobile C-Arm the Best Alternative to OEC 9800
When it comes to the mobile c-arm market the GE OEC brand and models are the most popular in medical facilities. GE might have a large percentage of the mobile c-arm market, but it does have competition. When it comes to an alternative c-arm for the popular GE OEC 98000 the Philips BV Pulsera is considered an alternate favorite.
The BV Pulsera is a full size c-arm mobile fluoroscopy system with excellent image quality. This alternative favorite c-arm has a tri-mode image intensifier with 9” or 12” choices. It has a lot of power capacity maxing out at 7.5kW and has a Kv range of 40-120. The Pulsera comes equipped with a rotating anode that enables the c-arm to have over 300,000 HU anode capacity for heat and a 1,900,000 X-Ray Tube capacity for heat.
The BV Pulsera c-arm is well known to be useful in difficult vascular procedures such as larger size patients. The BV Pulsera’s high image quality makes it perfect for a biventricular implant, bypass checks, and pacemaker procedures.
The Pulsera is the most popular Phillips c-arm model. A more cost-effective c-arm than its GE counterpart the OEC 9800, the Phillips Pulsera c-arm shares many of the same features minus the price. Read more about the differences between OEC versus Pulsera by visiting our blog post: What Used C-ARM to Buy: OEC C-Arms or Philips Pulsera C-Arms? You will be surprised at all the extra features included in the Philips Pulsera c-arm while still saving money.
Philips Pulsera C-Arm Features
DoseWise for dose efficiently
Makes Vascular Procedures Simple
Dense Anatomy See Through Feature perfect for Obese Patients.
Easy to use Radiation Management Features.
Ergonomic View of Images
Check out the Phillips Pulsera Brochure.
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