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 Your Guide to Medical Imaging Equipment

Enjoy these tips, tricks and insights that answer 100's of questions we've received from radiology and imaging professionals that need help buying, selling, servicing and maintaining their medical imaging equipment: MRI, CT, C-Arm, Digital X-ray, PET/CT and Women's Health. We extend the life of imaging equipment so that healthcare providers worldwide can extend the lives of patients. This is why we answer your imaging equipment questions.

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C-Arm Image Storage and Transfer Options

Posted by Jordan Batterbee

Aug 15, 2013 9:22:00 AM

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C arm TransferC-arms are imaging staples for a lot of facilities. They’re versatile, portable, and relatively easy to maintain. But, they’re not without their limitations, often in areas like image storage capacity and ease of image transfer from C-arm to network. If you have demanding workflow, competition for space, or are just looking for a bit more flexibility from your equipment, the devices below can be used with your C-arm to make storing and transferring your images simpler and more efficient.

 

 

DICOM Box

describe the imageSome C-arm models (ex. OEC 9800) have DICOM capabilities built into them. For those that don’t, a DICOM box can convert images to a universal, transferable format and send them to a site’s network for storage and review.

 

Mini-PACS

A mini-PACS network transfers DICOM images to off-site storage. The images can be retrieved and reviewed/processed at remote workstations. For sites like pain management facilities that are using relatively few modalities, a mini-PACS network can be an extremely effective and efficient way to store and review images. 

 

MediCapture

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MediCapture devices offer image portability in a USB flash drive format. The MediCapture records images to a flash drive that can be plugged into a PC for viewing or post-processing. Depending on your needs, MediCapture devices are available for still images, video, and high-definition video.

 

If you want to make your C-arm studies more accessible, we’re ready to help you select the right device to make that happen for you. Use the button to make your request.

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Written by Jordan Batterbee

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Jordan Batterbee is the SEO Copywriter at Block Imaging. He loves to research, write, and help others get clear, concise, and (hopefully) fun answers to their medical imaging questions.

Topics: Imaging Equipment Solutions, C-Arm

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