How To Choose The Right Surgical C-arm For Orthopedics

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Orthopedics is not only one of the most competitive fields of medical practice it is also one of the most highly specialized. The further development of an area of expertise is one reason why many orthopedic surgeons elect to continue training after completing their initial residency. Specialties within the field of orthopedics are often directly connected to a part of the body. These specialties include: spine, foot and ankle, shoulder and elbow, and hand. Other specialties include, joint reconstruction (arthroplasty), pediatric orthopedics, musculoskeletal oncology, trauma medicine, plastic surgery, and sports medicine, among others.

We will gradually introduce different models of C-arms suitable for various orthopedic surgeries this year.

If you urgently need a C-arm suitable for your surgery, please contact us. Our experts will introduce you to the C-arm that best fits your surgery, hospital conditions, and budget.

If you simply want to learn more about our machines, please stay tuned for our content updates every 1-2 weeks.

To Choose The Right C-arm,first you need to define exactly what orthopedic procedure you will operate

Below Are Surgical C Arms That Suit Different Orthopaedic Surgeries.You can click to learn more details or contact us directly, our c arm experts will help you out.

PLX119C – suitable for intramedullary nail fixation of long bone fractures and Internal fixation with pedicle screws

PLX118F – dealing with common orthopedic surgery such as osteopathy, reduction, and nailing (vertebroplasty, elbow, hip, knee joint replacement and anatomical reduction)

PLX7500

PLX7100A

Surgical C arm For Intervention Therapy And Orthopedic Surgery

1.Hospital departments that carry out complex or high-risk surgeries.
2.Institutions that require research and teaching on intraoperative 3D imaging.
3.Hospitals planning to introduce high-end equipment to improve surgical efficiency.

  1. In situations where the operating room has limited space or the indoor environment is crowded with limited mobility space, the small size of the device due to its integrated design makes it easier to cope with complex environments.
  2. In cases where the device needs to be shared among multiple operating rooms, the integrated structure of the device makes it easier to implement, and with the power-off standby function, the device can be transferred without the need to turn it on and off, improving transfer efficiency. When performing surgeries with large trauma areas and wide treatment ranges, the device’s larger-sized flat panel detector can provide a larger field of view, allowing for imaging of the entire surgical site in one shot.

If you are confused about choosing a surgical c-arm that best suits your need, contact us right now. As a professional surgical c-arm developer and manufacturer, Perove can help you choose the most suitable c-arm.

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