OrthoScan Mini C-arms.


Since their founding in 2002, OrthoScan has become the leader in the mini C-arm market and an innovator in clinical imaging. OrthoScan's mini C-arms are used for fluoroscopic imaging of the extremities in orthopaedic surgery and for digital diagnostic imaging in the office and clinical environments. OrthoScan continues to build on the original concept of the mini C-arm and focus on unique subsets of medical imaging in which they can innovate with cutting-edge technical features and provide their customers with world class service.

Ziehm Imaging is a distribution partner of OrthoScan Systems.

OrthoScan FD Pulse

OrthoScan presents FD Pulse - the first and only mini C-arm with pulsed fluoroscopy.  FD Pulse provides the largest flat detector & lowest dose available on a mini C-arm and the 24” high resolution monitor provides exceptional image quality including a wider viewing angle for increased visibility.  As the lightest mini C-arm on the market, FD Pulse is easy to maneuver in small spaces and operating rooms.  FD Pulse has 150° of over-rotation that enables preferred views without stressing anatomy and offers surgical LED lights that reduce shadows and increase anatomical visualization.

OrthoScan Mobile DI

  • Portable & 16 kg Lightweight – allows for ease of movement between exam rooms, satellite clinics, urgent care centers, and introduces portable fluoroscopy to immobile patients for increased efficiency.
  • Flat Detector Technology – Capable of still and fluoroscopic images and provides excellent image quality (2k x 1.5k).
  • Accessories - A range of accessory and connectivity options that expand the diagnostic capability of Mobile DI, allow for additional portability, and maintain clinical excellence.

OrthoScan FD-OR

FD-OR is the first mini c-arm with flat detector. This flat detector design and compact form factor allows optimal positioning in the surgical environment. Exceptional image quality by increased grayscale improves diagnostic accuracy. User-driven design allows optimal image quality with minimal effort. Surgical lights on the undersurface of the x-ray source reduce shadows by providing primary light in the surgical field, illuminating anatomical detail.

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