GE OEC 9900 Elite C-Arm
C-arms are essential imaging technology in medical environments. They are used in a variety of procedures, and standard practices to image a patient. The GE OEC 9900 Elite C-arm is one of our top selling C-arms, and one of the most technologically advanced c-arms that we sell. The 9900 is a great addition to any hospital, clinic, surgery center, or operating room.
OEC 9900 Elite C-Arm Features
The GE OEC 9900 has many technological features. The defining feature from the other OEC models is that this C-arm uses a motion tolerant technique to get clear pictures, in case the patient moves. Other features include a dynamic range management, unique X-ray tube and cooling system, full resolution images, HD flat panel monitors, and remote service connectivity to enable system performance diagnostics.
OEC 9900 Specifications
This is one of the largest pieces of equipment we sell. The generator has full power from a standard wall outlet, and a patented batter buffered design. There is a rotating anode X-ray tube. Digitally adjustable image display and automatic image updated also specified. Image quality features include smart window, smart metal, and a tungsten collimator.
Requesting Any of the GE OEC C-arms
There are a few GE OEC C-arms in the line of C-arms. These include the GE OEC 6600, 8800, 9600, and 9800. Are you interested in requesting any of these C-arms? Click here to find the sales representative that serves your region. Each sales rep can be reached at 1-800-GET-SOMA, or on their direct line. They can also be emailed at [email protected]. Call today, or email for a quote within 24 business hours!
C-Arm Spare Parts
Soma Technology has our own division of medical parts. Soma Medical Parts stocks spare parts for all machines that we keep in stock. If you would like to place an order, you can either place your order online. You can also feel free to email [email protected], or call our Parts Department at 1-860-578-1033.
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