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Siemens Siremobil ISO-C C-Arm

The Siemens Siremobil ISO-C C-Arm, an intraoperative c-arm

The Siemens Siremobil ISO-C C-Arm provides a unique ability to acquire and view multiplanar three-dimensional images of intraoperative anatomy


The Siemens Siremobil ISO-C C-Arm, an intraoperative c-arm

Completely Refurbished

  • Optimized Clinical Workflow and Connectivity
  • High Quality Imaging
  • Powerful Performance of 1,4 kW
  • User-Friendly Operation
  • Clinical Versatility
  • Dose Savings
  • Fully Adjusted To Siemens OEM Specifications
  • New Paint
  • Full Electrical Inspection
  • 6 Months Parts & Labor Warranty

Easy To Use Operation

  • Intelligent color coding for precise positioning
  • Excellent maneuverability due to its compact and lightweight design
  • New ergonomic handles for comfortable operation
  • Optimized Clinical Workflow and Connectivity
  • Intuitive graphical user interface
  • Context-sensitive shortcuts for system operation and networking
  • Easy selection of application-specific procedures
  • Integrated O.R.-relevant DICOM 3.0 functionalities
  • Preview selection and viewing of clinical images via thumbnails
  • High Quality Imaging
  • New image processing and communication system MEMOSKOP CX
  • High brightness- and high-contrast TFT monitors
  • Mu-metal shielded image intensifiers
  • Ideally matched imaging components from Siemens
  • IREMOBIL Compact L is a digital imaging system for image processing, display, and storage in 1K
  • Powerful Performance of 1,4 kW
  • High power output of 1,4 kW
  • Virtually unlimited fluoro time – over 50 minutes
  • Tube currents of up to 8.9 mA for fluoro, up to 12 mA for DR
  • 7” or new 9” light-weight image intensifier
  • Storage capacity from 200 up to 5000 images
  • Clinical Versatility
  • Customer-specific organ programs
  • Large range of orbital movement (130°) with 40° overscan for extended projection flexibility
  • Best suited for applications in General Surgery, Orthopedics, Trauma Surgery, Pain Management, Ambulatory Care, Urology
    Dose Savings with CARE*
  • High power output with minimal dose
  • Digital image rotation, visualization of collimation location and laser targeting aimers
  • Significant dose reduction in pulsed fluoroscopy in comparison to continuous fluoroscopy

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