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      A C-arm machine is an X-Ray imaging device that is shaped like the letter C. This unique shape allows a clinical bed to be slotted in between the machine for more effective use of space and better angles for taking X-Ray images.

       

       

      Where Are C-arm Machines Used?

       

      Although mostly used for operations, the C-arm system is also an important learning tool for medical students and practitioners. Below are some of the uses of the C-arm machine.

      • Provide imaging to be used for studying angiography, therapeutic, cardiac, and blood circulation systems.

      • Images provided can aid doctors during surgeries by showing a real-time view of critical body parts affected by the procedure.

      • The multiple views taken by rotating a C-arm around a patient can allow doctors to reconstruct a 3D model of an inner part or structure.

      • Help in surgical navigation during a procedure by showing the detailed anatomy of a patient.  

       

       

      Types of C-arm Machines

       

      C-Arm machines have a differing range of diagnostic imaging and level of mobility. But they can mostly be differentiated by equipment size.  

       

      • Mini C-Arms - Smaller systems typically used in clinics for sports and orthopedic clinics. Ideal for scanning extremities such as hands and feet.

       

      • Compact C-Arms - Larger than a Mini-C-Arm, but smaller than a Full-size C-Arm. This compact and mobile system can either be a one-piece or two-piece equipment.

       

      • Full-Size C-Arms- Is the most popular type because it can perform most of C-arm machine functionality while maintaining a manageable size. The open space in the C structure is no less than 26 inches, enough to slide in a table with a patient.

       

      • Super Size C-Arms - Has more space from the middle of the C-arm to the outer edge. The extra space can help accommodate larger or obese patients.

       

       

      Important Specifications

       

      When deciding which c-arm machine to purchase, check first if it has the features that are critical to your practice. Below are some important features to look for.

       

      • DICOM (digital imaging and communications in medicine) - Provide users with a remote viewing interface. The DICOM can send medical images for viewing to multiple terminals via network or internet.

       

      • Flat panel digital detectors-  An upgrade from traditional flat panels that offer higher image quality while lowering the radiation dosage. Digital flat panel detectors also take up less space giving users more to maneuver during procedures.

       

      • Effective cooling systems -  Air-based cooling has fans pushing cool air through the unit. Look for units with a liquid cooling system because it gives better overheating protection and makes the unit cool to the touch.

       

      • Touch-screen interface - For better control and visibility, look for units with a touch-screen interface. Some models even allow users to draw and write on the screen

       

      • Digital subtraction angiography (DSA) -  The unit should be capable to do DSA which is needed for next level blood flow analysis.  

       

       

      How Much Does a C-Arm Machine Cost?

       

      Well-known brands of c-arm machines in the United States are GE Healthcare/OEC, Philips,  Siemens, and Ziehm Imaging. Outside of the US, top-selling brands are Shimadzu and Hitachi.

       

      If you are looking for a c-arm machine for sale, this pricing guide can help you find the right unit within your budget.

       

      Price range below $30,000 - Brands that are used and refurbished can be bought within this price range. These are entry-level units that are ideal for orthopedic and pain management clinics as well as small hospitals. A used Philips Pulsera C-Arm and a Chinese made Perlong Medical PLX112B are examples belonging in this group.

       

      Price range $30,000 to $50,000 - High-end units that are used or refurbished can be bought within this price range. Brand new units will have versatile features and mobility that makes c-arms for sale in this price range suitable for clinics and small hospitals. A used Siemens Siremobil Compact L system and the Russian made Hologic Fluoroscan Insight 2 are units belonging in this price range.

       

      Price range $50,000 to $70,000 - Expect top quality fluoroscopy applications and X-ray imaging with very high-resolution images. Most will have a wide range of motion to view and take images on a variety of angles. The Ziehm Solo and the GE OEC 9800 Plus Vascular/Cardiac c-arms belong in this price range.

       

      Price range $80,000 or more - The highest model available equipped with the latest innovations like assistive AI software, ultra high-quality images, colored touch screen interfaces, and long-lasting backup power. The Philips BV Pulsera 3D and the GE OEC 9900 Elite are units in this price range.

       

       

      Where to Buy New and Used C-arm Machine

       

      The market for new and used c-arm machines have been increasing due to the rise of medical procedures requiring minimally invasive treatment. C-arms provide an ideal and cost-effective solution for image guidance during these types of procedures.

       

      BiMedis specializes in supplying a variety of new or used c-arms, including c-stand and c-shaped X-Ray machines. We are a trusted seller of all the leading c-arm brands and we provide a platform for buyers to purchase from manufacturers or private sellers.

       

      Check out our easy to use Search System where you can indicate a price range, preferred manufacturer, model, and condition. BiMedis is your best bet in finding the best c-arm for sale at the best price!

       

      A C-arm machine is an X-Ray imaging device that is shaped like the letter C. This unique shape allows a clinical bed to be slotted in between the machine for more effective use of space and better angles for taking X-Ray images.

       

       

      Where Are C-arm Machines Used?

       

      Although mostly used for operations, the C-arm system is also an important learning tool for medical students and practitioners. Below are some of the uses of the C-arm machine.

      • Provide imaging to be used for studying angiography, therapeutic, cardiac, and blood circulation systems.

      • Images provided can aid doctors during surgeries by showing a real-time view of critical body parts affected by the procedure.

      • The multiple views taken by rotating a C-arm around a patient can allow doctors to reconstruct a 3D model of an inner part or structure.

      • Help in surgical navigation during a procedure by showing the detailed anatomy of a patient.  

       

       

      Types of C-arm Machines

       

      C-Arm machines have a differing range of diagnostic imaging and level of mobility. But they can mostly be differentiated by equipment size.  

       

      • Mini C-Arms - Smaller systems typically used in clinics for sports and orthopedic clinics. Ideal for scanning extremities such as hands and feet.

       

      • Compact C-Arms - Larger than a Mini-C-Arm, but smaller than a Full-size C-Arm. This compact and mobile system can either be a one-piece or two-piece equipment.

       

      • Full-Size C-Arms- Is the most popular type because it can perform most of C-arm machine functionality while maintaining a manageable size. The open space in the C structure is no less than 26 inches, enough to slide in a table with a patient.

       

      • Super Size C-Arms - Has more space from the middle of the C-arm to the outer edge. The extra space can help accommodate larger or obese patients.

       

       

      Important Specifications

       

      When deciding which c-arm machine to purchase, check first if it has the features that are critical to your practice. Below are some important features to look for.

       

      • DICOM (digital imaging and communications in medicine) - Provide users with a remote viewing interface. The DICOM can send medical images for viewing to multiple terminals via network or internet.

       

      • Flat panel digital detectors-  An upgrade from traditional flat panels that offer higher image quality while lowering the radiation dosage. Digital flat panel detectors also take up less space giving users more to maneuver during procedures.

       

      • Effective cooling systems -  Air-based cooling has fans pushing cool air through the unit. Look for units with a liquid cooling system because it gives better overheating protection and makes the unit cool to the touch.

       

      • Touch-screen interface - For better control and visibility, look for units with a touch-screen interface. Some models even allow users to draw and write on the screen

       

      • Digital subtraction angiography (DSA) -  The unit should be capable to do DSA which is needed for next level blood flow analysis.  

       

       

      How Much Does a C-Arm Machine Cost?

       

      Well-known brands of c-arm machines in the United States are GE Healthcare/OEC, Philips,  Siemens, and Ziehm Imaging. Outside of the US, top-selling brands are Shimadzu and Hitachi.

       

      If you are looking for a c-arm machine for sale, this pricing guide can help you find the right unit within your budget.

       

      Price range below $30,000 - Brands that are used and refurbished can be bought within this price range. These are entry-level units that are ideal for orthopedic and pain management clinics as well as small hospitals. A used Philips Pulsera C-Arm and a Chinese made Perlong Medical PLX112B are examples belonging in this group.

       

      Price range $30,000 to $50,000 - High-end units that are used or refurbished can be bought within this price range. Brand new units will have versatile features and mobility that makes c-arms for sale in this price range suitable for clinics and small hospitals. A used Siemens Siremobil Compact L system and the Russian made Hologic Fluoroscan Insight 2 are units belonging in this price range.

       

      Price range $50,000 to $70,000 - Expect top quality fluoroscopy applications and X-ray imaging with very high-resolution images. Most will have a wide range of motion to view and take images on a variety of angles. The Ziehm Solo and the GE OEC 9800 Plus Vascular/Cardiac c-arms belong in this price range.

       

      Price range $80,000 or more - The highest model available equipped with the latest innovations like assistive AI software, ultra high-quality images, colored touch screen interfaces, and long-lasting backup power. The Philips BV Pulsera 3D and the GE OEC 9900 Elite are units in this price range.

       

       

      Where to Buy New and Used C-arm Machine

       

      The market for new and used c-arm machines have been increasing due to the rise of medical procedures requiring minimally invasive treatment. C-arms provide an ideal and cost-effective solution for image guidance during these types of procedures.

       

      BiMedis specializes in supplying a variety of new or used c-arms, including c-stand and c-shaped X-Ray machines. We are a trusted seller of all the leading c-arm brands and we provide a platform for buyers to purchase from manufacturers or private sellers.

       

      Check out our easy to use Search System where you can indicate a price range, preferred manufacturer, model, and condition. BiMedis is your best bet in finding the best c-arm for sale at the best price!

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