The GE MiniView 6800 is a perfect fit for sports medicine, orthopedics, and veterinary medicine. The GE 6800 is the first Mini C-arm to use 1k2 imaging and a touchscreen interface. The 6800 provides many of the components of a full sized system at a fraction of the cost.
Together the articulating arm, rotating arm, and the C-arm provide maximum flexibility in positioning the system for each procedure. It makes elevation and horizontal positioning easy. The C-arm can be elevated so that the isocenter is in the range of 23-52" (58-132 cm) with the image intensifier down. In addition to the elevation, the articulating arm pivots horizontally at both ends. The C-arm can be angled by rotating the C-arm on the rotation arm. The range of movement is over 200 degrees. The C-arm can also orbit in its cradle through an arc of 115 degrees.
The right monitor provides a touchscreen interface to interact with the GE MiniView system. Using the touchscreen you can; enter and view patient information, view and process images, configure the X-ray switches, set imaging parameters, and annotate images.
The OEC 6800 MiniView system keyboard controls the navigation, text-entry, image processing, and other function keys. There are two version of the MiniView system keyboard that are available which include text and icon only. The layout and functionality of each keyboard is the same, but the labeling is different.
The GE OEC 6800 MiniView is equipped with a laser aimer to help position the anatomy in the center of the intensifier. To activate the laser aimer by pressing the button on the front surface of the C-arm. The Laster light is a cross that is projected toward the image intensifier.
At the system startup, the MiniView 6800's imaging capabilities are immediately available from the footswitch or hand switch. You can complete an exam by turning on the power, entering patient information, and pressing the X-ray switch. The system automatically selected the best combination of X-ray imaging parameters to produce an optimal image. For each new exam, common default settings are automatically applied to the Workstation. You can override the default settings to manually set the edge enhancement, noise filtering, contrast, and brightness values. These settings will automatically be reset for each new exam or scheduled exam. How many images can be stored on the internal system? 18 images can be stored on the CP (Clinical platform) system, and 400 images can be stored on the HP (hospital platform) system. The GE 6800 MiniView system supports a variety of hard copy and archive devices. Depending on the device options installed on your system you can send images, patient information, and the dose summary to storage and hard-copy devices.
Hologic Fluoroscan Premier Encore
The fourth generation Premier Encore system raises mini C-arm fluoroscopy to new levels of image quality, economy, ease of use, and safety while bringing expanded administrative capabilities and connectivity to the radiology department. Hologic’s FluoroScan business pioneered the mini C-arm concept for orthopedic applications. Our products provide real-time imaging capabilities for the operating room with a minimal investment of manpower and lifecycle costs from the radiology department.
- Dual 6″ x 4″ II.
- Can be used in a variety of diagnostic, surgical and post-operative extremities procedures including: hand, wrist, forearm, shoulder, foot ankle and knee.
- Utilizes a compact, fully adjustable counter balanced c-arm for X-Ray imaging of extremities at greatly reduced levels of radiation exposure and scatter.
Hologic Insight FD
Hologic continues to raise the bar for high quality fluoroscopy imaging with our CsI (cesium iodide) CMOS flat detector and its exclusive rotating capabilities. The CsI material provides high sensitivity, resulting in lower dose and high quality images. The Fluoroscan InSight mini C-arm system incorporates this rotating flat detector, providing imaging versatility right in the surgical suite, regardless of how challenging the extremity procedure may be. With its smart engineering, this mini C-arm system answers the needs of orthopedic surgeons who require excellent image quality and time-saving, user-friendly instruments, along with the flexibility of having just one system that can handle all their extremity imaging needs.
Orthoscan Mobile DI
The OrthoScan Mobile DI with flat detector is the new standard in mini c-arm imaging. Fine details of relevant anatomy are visible due to the increased gray scale and contrast capability of flat detector technology. The OrthoScan Mobile DI reduces the distortion inherent with image intensifier technology, improving diagnostic accuracy.
The portability of OrthoScan Mobile DI offers ease of movement between patient rooms, satellite clinics, urgent care centers, emergency departments, athletic team venues, and military units. Weighing approximately 35 pounds, OrthoScan Mobile DI introduces versatility to orthopaedic imaging.
- Portable, light weight - offering mobility between patient rooms and satellite offices.
- Extremity Imaging - Adjustment free imaging for varying anatomy and motion.
- Tablet interface - introducing tablet technology for input and display functions.
- Connectivity - wireless communication, DICOM, ERM, and USB Capabilities.
- Optimal Positioning - enables access to shoulders, weight-bearing knee/foot views.
- Flat Detector Technology - Exceptional Image quality with improved dose efficiency.
- Reduces patient wait times.
- Established CPT codes.
- Digital x-ray and fluoroscopy.
- Patients enjoy viewing images in real-time.
- Bring imaging to immobile patients.