C-arms are the imaging workhorses for many facilities. They often get the most use because of their portability and versatility. These old C-arms do have their limitations, mostly in image storage and image transfer capabilities from c-arm to network. This article will help you navigate these issues with a few simple how-to measures to follow.

Many of our customers who are just starting out have very limited budget. Their only option is to purchase a used c-arm which does not have DICOM send. However, they still can send their images into PACS or network using a Medicap Digital Device which is connected to your used c-arm. This product is extremely convenient letting you store images onto a flash drive, then uploading it to your network.

Some C-arm models (ex. OEC Elite 9900 C-arm) have DICOM capabilities built into them. For those that don’t, a DICOM box can convert images to a universal, transferable format and send them to a site’s network for storage and review.

Standard Definition Medical Video Recorder
The MediCap USB200 lets you easily record DVD-quality video and still images from your existing medical imaging equipment. It works with used C-arms, ultrasounds, endoscopes, intraoral cameras, surgical microscopes, etc.

Record Video and Images at the Touch of a Button
The MediCap USB200 is very easy to use. No special training or installation is needed. Plug the USB200 into your imaging equipment and press a button or tap a footswitch to start saving video and still images — it’s that simple! Your video and images are saved to a convenient USB flash drive. Remove the drive from the USB200 and insert it in the USB connector on your laptop or PC. It’s a snap to transfer the captured files and start harnessing the power of digital imaging.

The Easy Way to Go Digital
With the MediCap USB200, you’re no longer limited to paper or film-based images, and you can stop fussing with clumsy VCRs and DVD recorders. Now you can easily archive digital images and videos right on your hard drive or on a secure network. You can enhance them, edit them, email them, include them in patient reports, etc.