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Highlights on display include two clinical packages for cardio and vascular interventions based on the fully motorized Ziehm Vision RFD Hybrid Edition, that provide clinical users with state-of-the-art imaging support and further workflow integration. The virtual booth, presented under the theme “More clarity in cardiovascular imaging”, offers a guided tour, product videos and information on the proven Ziehm Imaging C-arm portfolio as well as the latest generation of Orthoscan mini C-arms.
Based on Ziehm Vision RFD Hybrid Edition, Ziehm Imaging showcases the mobile CathLab. Launching the most powerful generator on the market with a 30 kW generator power performance (according to IEC 60613), the Ziehm Vision Hybrid Edition is the perfect solution particularly for demanding cardiology interventions, the manufacturer reports. Built around the 4-axis motor driven versatile C-arm, the concept consists of an interventional table, a ceiling-mounted 55” display and a hemodynamic workstation that monitors the patient's vital functions. Complete modularity allows customers to tailor the mobile CathLab to their individual needs. The compact mobile set-up offers a cost-efficient alternative to conventional CathLabs with fixed installed X-ray systems.
Leveraging the recent acquisition of Therenva, developer of planning and imaging software solutions for endovascular procedures, Ziehm Imaging presents a complete mobile hybrid solution. The company elaborates: "Combined with Therenva’s EndoNaut fusion 3D vascular navigation system, the Ziehm Vision RFD Hybrid Edition is a powerful all-round solution that enables more accuracy for demanding hybrid OR procedures. Bringing preoperative CT data and intraoperative images together, the mobile hybrid solution enables more precise results while reducing X-ray doses and contrast media. The recently presented software feature Enhanced Vessel Visualization that automatically displays vessels in color further improves efficiency by precisely defining the vessel outlines and the side branches."
We are providing a powerful, mobile solution that can be tailored to the users’ individual needsKlaus Hörndler
15 years after the introduction of its first mobile 3D C-arm, Ziehm Imaging continues to set new standards in mobile imaging, Klaus Hörndler, CEO Ziehm Imaging, says: “With the introduction of the most powerful generator in the market with 30 kW power performance, we are underlining our innovation leadership in mobile imaging once again. Being first to introduce a mobile CathLab concept, we are providing a powerful, mobile solution that can be tailored to the users’ individual needs, ensuring smooth workflow integration and outstanding imaging in each and every conventional OR set-up.”
Ziehm Imaging has recently announced the mark of a total installed base of 1,500 3D C-arms in the market, including more than 1,000 systems of its flagship model Ziehm Vision RFD 3D, featuring the proven Ziehm NaviPort interface that connects its mobile 3D C-arms to the navigation and robotic guidance systems of leading providers.
With the family of TAU systems, Orthoscan is first on the market to present mini C-arms approved for pediatrics. Thanks to an intelligent dose concept with an optimized dose filter, the TAU family can not only be used in adult hand and foot surgery, but now also for intraoperative monitoring of pediatric procedures. Besides the standard version Orthoscan TAU 1512, the TAU product family includes two premium categories featuring pulsed fluoroscopy: Orthoscan TAU 1515 (15 cm x 15 cm detector) and TAU 2020 (20 cm x 20 cm detector).