Perlove Medical high-end interventional flat C-arm: a good helper for ERCP surgery


ERCP doctors are known as “dancers on the tip of the knife”, this title comes from the complexity and difficulty of the procedure. In ERCP (endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography) operation, the doctor needs to enter the patient’s digestive tract through the endoscopic technology, and then access to the bile ducts and pancreatic ducts, which requires the doctor to have a high level of skill and precision operation ability.

During the procedure, a device called a C-arm X-ray machine is used to obtain real-time images to guide the proper placement of the catheter and ensure that the treatment is performed accurately. An interventional flat panel C-arm is a high-end medical device that provides clear images to help doctors locate and treat patients.

High-end Interventional Flat Panel C-Arm PLX7100A

Since the procedure involves small and important bile ducts and pancreatic ducts, there is a high demand for image clarity. High-definition, real-time images not only help doctors accurately identify anatomical structures, but also reduce surgical risks and improve success rates.

Therefore, ERCP doctors must have exquisite endoscopic skills, and also need to work closely with the high-end interventional flat C-arm to ensure that every step of the operation is accurate, which symbolizes that they are like dancing on the tip of a knife, and require a high degree of concentration and skill.

The main indications for ERCP technology:

  1. Bile duct stones, tumors, inflammation, parasites;
  2. Recurrence of symptoms after cholecystectomy and bile duct surgery, unexplained obstructive jaundice; Oddi’s sphincter dysfunction;
  3. recurrent pancreatitis, biliary pancreatitis, chronic pancreatitis, pancreatic tumor;
  4. congenital malformation of biliopancreas, abnormal confluence of biliopancreatic ducts;
  5. biliary and pancreatic surgery, post-traumatic biliary fistula, pancreatic fistula, stenosis;

6.Duodenal papilla, jugular abdominal tumor.

Perlove Medical high-end interventional flat C-arm PLX7100A features:

Wide field of view: 30cm × 30cm imaging area, able to fully cover the chest, abdomen and pelvis at once, reducing the risk of multiple exposures and radiation, while avoiding overlap and omission in the examination.

Large-size flat panel detector, more than double the imaging area

High-definition imaging: Adopting imported Thales dynamic flat-panel detector, compared with the traditional image intensifier analog imaging, the image is clearer, which provides an accurate image basis for the surgery, and at the same time, the radiation dose is lower.

Flexible Adjustment: The fully electric five-dimensional motion control system allows the flat panel detector to be adjusted up and down, with variable SID (source-to-image distance), so that the flat panel can be brought closer to the examination site according to the need to obtain clearer images.

Convenient operation: Equipped with a dedicated interventional bedside controller, it is easy to control and adjust the parameters of the device during the procedure, which improves the efficiency of the procedure.

High-end interventional flat-panel C-arm with dedicated bedside controller

Advantages of ERCP minimally invasive technology:

  1. Minimally invasive, less patient pain, no need for open surgery can be completely cured, no body surface wounds;
  2. Mature technology, high success rate, fewer complications, avoiding post-surgical adhesions;
  3. Short treatment time, low cost and quick recovery. The operation time of the surgery is short, reducing the anesthesia and surgical trauma caused by systemic physiological changes, elderly patients or debilitated and can not tolerate surgery, more appropriate. Generally, you can go down to the ground after the operation, and resume eating and drinking the next day, and the treatment cost and hospitalization time are 1/2 to 1/3 of the traditional surgery;
  4. Wide range of indications, not subject to the limitations of adhesions in the common bile duct after multiple surgeries and old age and infirmity, ERCP technology reduces the risk of treatment and is more conducive to the patient’s recovery.

Perlove’s high-end interventional flat panel C-arm PLX7100A demonstrates its superiority in several aspects. It not only has the performance that traditional gastrointestinal machines and small C-arms can not match, but also specially added ERCP (endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography) special function to meet the needs of complex procedures. Designed with an eye for detail, this interventional flatbed C-arm combines a large-size digital flatbed detector, wide mechanical stroke and consultation space to provide low-dose, wide field of view and high-resolution images for the clinic, which greatly enhances its ability to support minimally invasive procedures such as ERCP.


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