C-arms continue to slim down

C-arms continue to slim down

por Lisa Chamoff, Contributing Reporter | March 16, 2020
Cardiology
From the March 2020 issue of HealthCare Business News magazine


The company will also showcase its new software features and tools for different clinical applications, such as orthopedic, spine, trauma and cardiovascular surgery.

One application for orthopedics, called Enhanced Screw Visualization, shows screws in different colors to make it easier to visualize and for physicians to communicate, said Martin Ringholz, director of global marketing for Ziehm Imaging.

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"Now we can visualize them and it's easier for the physician to say. 'Look at this blue screw,'" Ringholz said.

A new mobile cath lab concept is also one of the highlights on display in Vienna.

"Some customers use a mobile C-arm now, whereas others use a fixed cath lab," Ringholz said. "We will showcase how a mobile C-arm can be an alternative for a fixed cath lab."

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