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).
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There are four types of C-Arm that vary in sizes and specialization. The four types are Mini C-arm, Compact C-Arms, Full-Size C-Arms, and Super C C-Arms. Mini C-Arm: The Mini C-Arm the common size is 4”/6” image intensifier that specializes in scanning extremities such as hands, feet, ankles, knees, elbows, and shoulders (depending on the…Read More
Radiation Exposure: Mini C-Arm radiation exposure is less then with the conventional C-arm. Radiation exposure should be kept to the absolute minimum to the patient and the surgeon, and ionizing Radiation Regulation (2000) requires that the radiation exposure be clinically justified and: Performed by a trained professional. Kept to as minimal exposure as possible, or…Read More
Major C-Arm Companies – Differences to Consider When Purchasing Imaging Equipment. Major C-Arm companies are GE, Philips, Siemens, Ziehm, Hologic, and SonoSite. Cost? When it comes to the cost of a C-Arm what matters the most is the age of the C-Arm, features, as well as the brand & model. For example, a Philips Pulsera can…Read More
Mini c-arms produce a small detector area, uses lower laser power, has tight beam collimation and uses the new technique of pulse fluoroscopy. Because it’s simple to use and compact, it’s popular for routine use, especially for hand, ankle and foot surgeries. They have also contributed toward making procedures less invasive and costly. This is…Read More
What is a Mobile C-Arm? Mobile C-Arms are medical imaging devices that are based on X-ray technology and can be used flexibly in various ORs within a clinic. The name is derived from the C-shaped arm used to connect the X-ray source and X-ray detector to one another. Since the introduction of the first C-arm…Read More