Philips BV Pulsera C-Arm With Multi-Application X-RayMay 28, 2019
Philips BV Pulsera C-Arm With Multi-Application X-Ray
C-Arms are one of the most highly sought-after pieces of medical equipment that we offer. Their imaging technology is central to many medical procedures. The Philips BV Pulsera is a reliable machine. Continue reading to learn more about this C-arm.
BV Pulsera Features
This C-arm has many technological features. These features include high-power pulsed exposure, body smart software, automatic contrast and brightness, high-definition fluoroscopy, digital exposure, and the ortho plus applying extra X-ray power to visualize regions of interest. This C-arm can be used in interventional procedures like pain management, orthopedics, and vascular and neurovascular surgeries.
BV Pulsera Specifications
This C-arm comes with dual 17-inch anti-glare, anti-static video monitors, with a multi-LED X-ray “ON” indicator light. Hardcopy options can be a thermal printer, DICOM, an image capture device, and a laser aiming device. The total height of this machine is between 71 and 91 inches and weighs about 700 pounds.
Requesting a C-Arm
There are many types of C-arms that we offer. While the BV Pulsera is a popular product, we also have other highly requested items such as the GE OEC 9800, and 9900. Please contact one of our sales representatives if you are interested in requesting this or any of our other product listings.
Our sales representatives have experience outfitting hospitals, surgery centers, and clinics. We also sell equipment for physician’s offices and rental options. You can contact the regional sales directors by their number or email, or at 1-800-GET-SOMA, and [email protected].
C-Arm Spare Parts
A complete list of spare parts can be found on the parts website. We have many c-arm parts. If you would like to place an order, you can either call or place your order online. As an alternative, you can even email [email protected]. If you’d like to call our Parts Department, the number is 1-860-578-1033.
Have you ever used the Philips BV Pulsera C-arm before? Are there features on it that you enjoy using or some that you would change? Is there another brand of C-arm that your facility is loyal to? Overall, would you say that you trust the Philips brand? Comment below.