Mini C-Arm Machine - New and Used

Mini C-Arm machine:  The size is commonly a 4”/6” image intensifier that specializes in scanning extremities such as hands, feet, ankles, knees, elbows, and shoulders (depending on the frame of the patient).

If you do not see the mini c-arm machine you are looking for, contact or call one of our experienced technicians for help in locating it.

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Buying Refurbished – Used C-Arm For Your Facility

By Pacific Healthcare Imaging | September 27, 2022
Buying Refurbished - Used C-Arm

Buying refurbished – used c-arm for your healthcare business can be a challenging task. There are many things to consider when buying a C-Arm. First and foremost, the cost of acquisition is something most healthcare businesses will have to consider. The advantage of a buying a refurbished – used c-arm is the lower cost to…

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Fluoroscan InSight Mini C-Arm

By Pacific Healthcare Imaging | August 30, 2022
Fluoroscan insight mini c-arm

Fluoroscan InSight mini C-arm is more versatile, efficient and cost-effective than ever before, and it is the most sought-after mini C-arm on the market. Hologic Fluoroscan InSight mini c-arm is designed specifically for orthopedic and other extremity surgeons. Fluoroscan InSight combines tremendous maneuverability, ultra-fine low-dose fluoroscopy images, and automated adjustments that deliver the optimum image…

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C-Arms – Defined

By Pacific Healthcare Imaging | August 20, 2022
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C-Arms Defined:  A medical imaging unit used primarily for fluoroscopic imaging during surgical and orthopedic procedures. A c-arm uses a computer workstation to view, manipulate, store and transfer the images. The C-Arm is named for the C-shaped arm used to connect the x-ray source and x-ray detector to one another. Prior to 1955, when the…

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Diagnostic Radiologists

By Pacific Healthcare Imaging | August 17, 2022
diagnostic radiologists
Diagnostic Radiologists are medical doctors that specialize in diagnosing and treating injuries and diseases using medical imaging (radiology) procedures (exams/tests) such as X-rays, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), nuclear medicine, positron emission tomography (PET) and ultrasound.

Radiologists complete at least 13 years of training, including medical school, a four-year residency, and most often, an additional one- or two-year fellowship of very specialized training, such as radiation oncology, pediatric radiology, or interventional radiology. They are certified by the American Board of Radiology, and they have exacting requirements for continuing medical education throughout their practicing years.

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KMC-950 C-Arm

By Pacific Healthcare Imaging | August 12, 2022
KMC-950 C-Arm

KMC-950 C-Arm allows the user to perform most c-arm procedures.  With the ease of movement and positioning, the KMC-950 c-arm machine allows for fast alignment when used with an imaging table. X-ray image intensifier on the Comed KMC-9 50 comes standard with 1Kx 1K digital flat-screen monitors. This C-Arm doesn’t require batteries, unlike similar systems…

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