During the pandemic, many elective procedures and normal operations in many imaging departments were put on hold, leading to an increase in cancellation for non-critical exams. Now, C-Arms will need to be in good working order to meet hospital’s imaging demands.
Hospital CEO’s and radiologists are under more pressure than ever to reduce funds without reducing the quality of imaging systems. This means C-Arms will need to be in good working order to meet hospital’s imaging demands. The best strategy is to upgrade C-Arms before the spike occurs.
There is no reason to purchase a brand new C-Arm when you can replace the image intensifier and the x-ray tube generator for a fraction of the cost. Locks, brakes, and cables can be replaced by the hospital’s biomed team. And some refurbishing companies will include the replacement in the price. There is no reason to purchase a brand new c-arm when you can replace the image intensifier and the x-ray tube generator for a fraction of the cost.
Reasons to Upgrade a C-Arm Instead of Purchasing a New One
- Upgrading a c-arm can increase the life of an existing unit.
- Additional training is not required.
- Will not interfere with clinical workflow.
- Uses the existing cables and wires.
Purchasing an upgrading, used, or refurbished C-Arm does not mean you are not purchasing someone else’s problems. In fact, upgrading a C-Arm can be a cost effective way to purchase quality equipment without overpaying top dollar for a new C-Arm
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