Ziehm Imaging GmbH

The new imaging standard for surgery

Hospitals and outpatient surgery centers around the world are challenged to increase cost efficiency and extend their capabilities to include demanding procedures such as anterior hip cases. The Ziehm Vision FD is the answer.

This innovative C-arm with a flat-panel detector has proven itself in the market for over a decade. While the Ziehm Vision FD CMOSline1,2 comes with a 20.5 cm x 20.5 cm CMOS detector, the C-arm is now also available with a 31 cm x 31 cm a-Si flat-panel. Designed for continuous use due to its innovative and liquid cooling system, the Ziehm Vision FD now features CMOSline, the latest technology for excellent image quality. In addition, finely tuned workflows and new software features help optimize patient outcomes and increase productivity further. And the enhanced SmartDose3 concept optimizes safety for surgeons, staff and patients.


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At a Glance

Imaging technology

CMOS, flat-panel, 20.5 cm x 20.5 cm
a-Si, flat-panel, 31 cm x 31 cm

Detector resolution

2 k x 2 k

Power generator

2.4 kW, pulsed monoblock generator

Ziehm Usability Concept




Advanced Active Cooling (AAC)


Orbital Movement

165 degrees


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1 CMOSline represents a system configuration that is based on a Ziehm Imaging CMOS flat-panel detector.

2 This product/feature might not be commercially available in all countries. Due to regulatory reasons their future availability cannot be guaranteed. Please contact Ziehm Imaging for detailed information.

3 In clinical practice, the use of SmartDose may reduce patient dose depending on the clinical task, patient size, anatomical location, and clinical practice. A consultation with a radiologist and a physicist should be made to determine the appropriate dose to obtain diagnostic image quality for the particular clinical task.

4 Gosch D. et al. “Influence of grid and ODDC on radiation exposure and image quality using mobile C-arms – First results”, RöFo, 09/07