MRI Equipment

MRI equipment uses a large magnet, radio waves,  a computer to scan and create a detailed, cross-sectional image of internal organs and structures.  An MRI scan differs from CT scans and X-rays, as it does not use potentially harmful ionizing radiation.

If you do not see MRI equipment you are looking for, contact or call one of our experienced technicians for help in locating it.

Medical Imaging Service Contracts

By Beth Berry | January 24, 2022
OEC C-ARM Tube

Medical imaging service contracts for your imaging equipment are essential.  It is important to remember that not all service contracts are created equally, and there is nothing more frustrating than not being able to provide your C-Arm services because of downtime. Make sure that the place you’re opting for has a reputation for providing efficient…

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C-Arm Machine Sizes

By Pacific Healthcare Imaging | January 19, 2022
C-Arm Machine Types

C-Arm machine sizes include Mini C-Arms, Compact C-Arms, and  Full-Size C-Arms.  Keep in mind there are also modifications for C-arms such as digital retrofit devices for analog C-arms.  C-arms are used for a range of diagnostic imaging and minimally invasive surgical procedures.  They are flexible, and can be used in a variety of situations. Mini C-Arms:…

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Purchasing Used C-Arm?

By Pacific Healthcare Imaging | January 3, 2022

Before purchasing used C-Arm’s, you want to do the necessary research. Make sure you let the seller know that you would like to know all about their refurbishing process.  (See Reasons to Buy Refurbished) Here are some questions to ask before purchasing a used C-arm: What are the specifics in the warranty and application packages?…

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Fluoroscopy C-Arm Safety Guidelines

By Pacific Healthcare Imaging | December 13, 2021
Fluoroscopy C-Arm Safety Guidelines

Fluoroscopic C-Arms require knowledge and education to properly monitor and reduce exposure levels to your patients and staff. You should receive training from a qualified expert (radiologist or radiological health physicist) on safety procedures and proper imaging techniques to minimize risk and future liability. Good safety practices, below, can also keep radiation amounts As Low…

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Fluoroscopic C-Arm

By Pacific Healthcare Imaging | December 4, 2021
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Fluoroscopic C-Arm: At least 50% of an estimated 4-10 million interventional pain procedures are performed yearly in the U.S. under fluoroscopy using fluoroscopic imaging equipment, such as a Fluoroscopic C-Arm. Most clinicians favor fluoroscopy because it allows for a more exact needle placement, which ensures the accurate delivery of the injected drug. However, fluoroscopic guidance…

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