News | Mobile C-Arms | November 03, 2015

Ziehm Imaging is a 2015 Bronze Stevie Winner at the International Business Awards

Mobile C-arm expert decorated for Ziehm Vision RFD 3D in the "Best New Product — Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals" category

 

2015 bronze stevie winner

Ziehm Imaging has been awarded with the Bronze Stevie Award in the category "Best New Product or Service of the Year - Health & Pharmaceuticals" in the 12th Annual International Business Awards. The innovation leader in mobile C-arm imaging solutions, impressed the international jury with Ziehm Vision RFD 3-D; the latest addition to the Ziehm Imaging mobile C-arm portfolio which offers intraoperative 3-D information for enhanced patient care.

Winners were determined through three months of judging. The Stevie Award winners were presented their awards at a gala banquet at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on Friday, October 23rd."We are extremely proud to be presented with a Stevie Award for the third year in a row. This prestigious prize validates our product concept and is a great recognition of our innovation leadership", said Klaus Hörndler, CEO of Ziehm Imaging.

"We have developed Ziehm Vision RFD 3-D by leveraging our 10 years' experience in 3-D imaging. The result is a completely new 3-D C-arm modality that allows for full intraoperative control at any time during the intervention."

The Future of 3-D Imaging
Ziehm Vision RFD 3-D has been designed based on the know-how and innovations originally developed for demanding hybrid applications. Ziehm Vision RFD 3-D combines 2-D and 3-D functionality to offer full intraoperative control in high-end applications in orthopedics, traumatology and spine surgery. SmartScan, a patented concept, allows for 180° image information of even the smallest anatomical structures while keeping the geometry of a conventional 2-D C-arm. With up to 7 cervical vertebrae in one scan volume, it offers the largest 3-D image volume of a mobile C-arm in the market. Ziehm Vision RFD 3-D is 30% smaller than traditional 3D C-arms and up to 60% more lightweight than alternative mobile imaging solutions. This allows the OR staff to easily position the C-arm in the OR and to manually transport it from one OR to another.

About The Stevie Awards
The Stevie Awards are the world's premier business awards. They were created in 2002 to honor and generate public recognition of the achievements and positive contributions of organizations and working professionals worldwide.  In short order the Stevie has become one of the world's most coveted prizes.  There are six Stevie Awards programs, each with its own focus, list of categories, and schedule.

For more information: www.ziehm.com

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