Kacy Cooper

OEC 8800 vs. OEC 9900


While the OEC 8800 differs from the OEC 9900 more than any other full-size C-arm the company makes, the two systems still have an awful lot in common cosmetically and functionally. This fact raises some questions: What's the same? What's different? And what do those similarities and differences mean for buyers who might be in the market for a their next C-arm?

To answer those questions, we'll take a side-by-side look at how the OEC 9900 and 8800 are alike, how they’re different, and where we typically see them shine in the field:

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