One of the reasons the OEC 9800 is a popular C-arm choice for cardiac, vascular, and neurovascular applications is its full complement of subtraction features. Among these, are registration and landmark controls that allow users to manipulate the relationship between a live fluoroscopy image and a reference "mask" image.
Watch this short video to learn where to find your registration and landmarking features and see how they help when:
• A patient moves during a CINE shot, misaligning the live and mask images
• You need to adjust the percentage of background anatomy in a subtracted image
How to Use Registration and Landmarking on Your OEC 9800
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