Technology | Mobile C-Arms | September 05, 2015

Whale Imaging Exhibits MultiScan G-Arm System

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The Whale Imaging mobile, bi-plane G-Arm’s unique capabilities provide simultaneous biplane views in a mobile fluoroscopy unit, saving valuable time by providing live AP/LT imaging without ever rotating the machine. The system will be exhibited at RSNA 2015.

Whether in the operating room (OR) or any other fast paced setting, the G-arm’s ergonomics are optimized for your ease of use. It has high-definition bright 19-inch monitors make it easier to see details even under OR lighting with 270 degrees freedom of movement so they can be viewed from many positions.

An intuitive console touchscreen and touchpad combined with anatomic pre-sets simplify workflow and improve productivity. Function selection, image manipulation and patient retrieval are easy to perform.

Smooth motorized mechanics perform seamlessly and can be operated directly or remotely for orbital rotation, height and SID distance to give a comprehensive range of movement with minimal effort and reduced disruption to the sterile field.

For more information: www.whaleimaging.com

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