Perlove Medical Interventional C-arm Machine: Performance and Applicable Departments

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Interventional C-arm machines are X-ray imaging devices used in interventional radiology and orthopedic surgeries, also known as peripheral interventional C-arms. Clinically, they can fulfill over 80% of the demands for Digital Subtraction Angiography (DSA), making them crucial auxiliary tools in modern interventional disciplines. Perlove Medical’s interventional C-arm machines are compact, highly mobile, and have low space requirements in operating rooms. They do not necessitate extensive room renovations or fixed installations, being effortlessly movable to any required operating room, simply plug-and-play for convenience.

Compared to traditional DSA, interventional C-arm machines offer the following advantages:

  1. Enhanced Image Quality: High-power X-rays penetrate deeper tissues to obtain clearer and more accurate images, critical for detailed observations.
  2. Increased Contrast: High-power X-rays induce stronger ionization effects, enhancing contrast in images and aiding more precise disease diagnoses.
  3. Wide Applicability: High-power interventional C-arm machines are suitable for imaging high-density tissues in obese patients, facilitating procedures ranging from major to minor surgeries.

Which departments can Perlove Medical’s interventional C-arm machines be applied in?

Perlove Medical’s interventional C-arm machine, the PLX7100A, is a digital mobile large flat-panel C-arm equipped with a 30cm×30cm large dynamic flat-panel detector, providing excellent stable digital imaging while significantly reducing radiation exposure for clearer image quality. The applicable departments include:

  1. Comprehensive Intervention: Mainly for tumor intervention and non-vascular disease interventions, such as Transcatheter Arterial Chemoembolization (TACE) and percutaneous biopsy.
  2. Obstetrics and Gynecology Intervention: For procedures like tubal recanalization and Uterine Artery Embolization (UAE) for treating uterine fibroids.
  3. Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography (ERCP): Primarily used for procedures like ERCP and Percutaneous Transhepatic Cholangiography (PTC).
  4. Vascular Surgery: Including procedures such as lower limb stent placement, lower limb arterial thrombolysis, carotid artery embolization, and diffuse hemorrhage embolization.
  5. Urology: Used for procedures like urography and treatment of urinary tract strictures.
  6. Orthopedic Surgery: Handling common orthopedic procedures such as bone setting, realignment, and nailing to enhance surgical efficiency and safety.
  7. Trauma Surgery: Assisting precise screw implantation to improve surgical success rates and reduce postoperative complications.
  8. Spine and Joint Surgery: Applicable for procedures like vertebral augmentation, elbow joint replacement, hip joint replacement, knee joint replacement, and anatomical realignment.

Perlove Medical’s interventional C-arm machine utilizes a rotating anode tube with high thermal capacity, complemented by intelligent thermal management and advanced cooling technologies. This significantly enhances overall heat dissipation efficiency, thereby greatly increasing equipment durability and supporting continuous operation for multiple interventional surgeries.

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