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Approved Monitor Upgrades for OEC 9800 and OEC 8800

Posted by Gary Dodge

Oct 12, 2018 4:57:36 PM

OEC Approved UpgradeOEC 9800 and 8800 C-arms are quality, reliable systems with years of patient service left in them, but here in 2018 most users would like to see the old-style CRT monitors go away. Fortunately, that can happen with a flat screen monitor upgrade. Several third-party upgrades have been available over the last few years, but now Block imaging can provide the only OEC-approved monitor upgrade. Watch the video below to see what the upgrade looks like and to learn what all the advantages of upgrading are.

OEC-Approved Monitor Upgrades

OEC Monitor Upgrades

If you're interested in extending the life and increasing the performance of your OEC 9800 or 8800 with a monitor upgrade, our C-arm team is ready when you are to start talking through your project. Give us a call or contact us here on the website.

Written by Gary Dodge

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Gary Dodge is a C-Arm Product Specialist at Block Imaging. He loves to consult with buyers and help them find the best solution for their needs. Out of the office, Gary loves trying new kinds of ethnic cuisine and visiting the Smokey Mountains with his family.

Topics: C-Arm, Video

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