Siemens debuts new C-arm

Multimodality vendor Siemens Medical Solutions is set to introduce a new mobile C-arm with intraoperative 3D imaging capabilities that can generate 3D images directly in the operating room, according to the Malvern, PA-based developer.

The Arcadis Orbic 3D features an isocentric design and 190° orbital movement that enables 3D imaging. The new mobile C-arm is suited for intraoperative 3D imaging of bones and joints of the upper and lower extremities; cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine; pelvis and hip; and maxillofacial areas, the company said.

The product will be showcased at the RSNA show in Chicago next week, Siemens said.

By staff writers
November 23, 2004

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