If you’ve come across this blog, you're probably either a) assessing your parts risk in owning a Hologic Selenia without comprehensive coverage, or b) dealing with a down system and hoping to save cost with used parts from third-party providers. Fortunately, this article is intended to help with both of those scenarios.
Keep reading to find part numbers, current average price ranges, and a handy ordering button for the five most commonly requested replacement parts for the Hologic Selenia digital mammography system.
Don't take this blog the wrong way; the Selenia isn't any more likely to break down or need new parts than other makes or models, but when breakdowns do happen, the following parts are the ones our Parts Team gets the most requests for.
This detector, or detector array, is by far the most costly part on a Hologic Selenia. Pricing will be determined by which type of detector you are looking to replace as well as the detector’s date of manufacture.
The lifespan of a given detector will vary depending on usage but, anecdotally, we’ve seen detectors (2010 or later) last between 5-9 years. While there is no perfect correlation, it goes without saying that a newer detector should have a longer “lifespan” as compared to an older detector. If you intend to order one, be sure to check the part number below against the part number of your existing detector. There are two types of detectors for Selenia systems:
If your collimator leaves are getting sluggish or showing up at the edges of your image, it's probably time to replace your collimator assembly. The good news is that this is not a particularly expensive part compared to some of the other components in your Selenia.
At the end of the day, no one hopes to be spending a portion of their operating budget on replacement parts, but the need will arise sooner or later. Fortunately, when it does, independent parts suppliers like Block Imaging are ready to get your Selenia up and running again for less.
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Jason Block is the Product Manager for Women’s Health Equipment at Block Imaging. Jason loves to help, challenge, and empower people as they make decisions about their medical imaging equipment. When he's not assisting healthcare facilities with their imaging needs, Jason enjoys spending time with his family, coaching multiple sports, and watching the Michigan State Spartans.