GE OEC 9600 C-Arm
The GE 9600 C-arm is one of our best selling C-arms. This C-arm is used during orthopedic surgeries to take high quality images. The arc rotates at 115 degrees to make procedures easier, and more flexible for the surgeon. This 9600 C-arm provides a variety of diagnostic and surgical applications.
This C-arm is mobile. It can be easily transported between surgical, or patient rooms. Positioning is relatively easy. The axis of this machine will pivot up to 180 degrees. The OEC 9600 can be vertically lifted for comfort of use. This can be raised to 18 inches. The control panel houses the mechanisms for movement. There is a bit of swing to the C-arm.
There are a multitude of specialty packages available. These include, GSP, ESP, Vascular, Neurovascular, cardiac, and Super C. The generator runs on a high frequency, with continuous fluoroblast mode, pulsed flurography, and has a patented energy buffer design.
The X-Ray tube rotates. The focal spots are between 0.3 and 0.6 mm. Anode heat capacity is 300,000 HU, with a cooling rate of 1,600,000 HU. The X-Ray tube cooling fan is used in vascular, neurovascular, and cardiac units.
The Iris collimation uses dual opposing semi-transparent shutters to allow elliptical, round, and rectangular collimation. Iris and shutters are continuously variable. All functions are remotely controlled from the control panel.
The system comes complete with dual video monitors and a remote window with level controls. There is a thermal printer, external DICOM box, and laser aiming device as an option.
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