C-Arm X-Ray Machines & Equipment

USC offers mobile C-Arm equipment that feature excellent imaging quality, user friendly operation and low dose radiation.

C-Arm X-Ray Machine

USC Ultrasound is the industry leader in C-Arm Equipment. Our range includes fixed C-Arm systems, mobile C-Arms, and mini C-Arms suitable for all applications. We supply C-Arms from leading manufacturers that feature better image quality, flat-panel detectors (FPDs), and the latest diagnostic imaging technology.

What Is a C-Arm X-Ray Machine?

A C-Arm X-ray machine is a type of medical imaging device used to take images of the inside of the body. It has a small, movable C-shaped arm fitted with an X-ray source and detector. The arm moves around the body, directing the X-rays at different angles.

Uses and Applications of a C-Arm X-Ray Machine

A C-Arm is often used in the operating room for surgical procedures, allowing the surgeon to see real-time imaging of the target area. C-Arms are also used for angiography and fluoroscopy.

Mobile C-Arm machines or mini C-Arms offer operational flexibility and are often used in clinics dealing with multiple imaging procedures.

Other applications

  • Emergency care procedures
  • Imaging procedures for pain management, urology, neurology
  • General radiology
  • Cardiac care and orthopedics

Why Choose USC? Why Buy a C-Arm X-Ray Machine from USC Ultrasound?

  • USC Ultrasound has been a leader in the C-Arm market for over 20 years
  • ISO 13485:2016 certified company
  • FDA registered
  • Exceptional sales and service support
  • Unrivaled experience and technical know-how in imaging
  • X-Ray imaging solutions based on your specific needs
  • All new and used machines are backed by our expert support and maintenance services

FAQ

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Do you offer the following services in your practice?

  • Surgery, including minor operations
  • Orthopedic procedures
  • Fluoroscopic guided injections
  • Outpatient services

If you provide any of these services, your practice could benefit from mobile C-Arm machines.

For more information – including pricing – contact the industry leaders in C-Arms at Ultrasound Solutions Corp.

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Are you considering a C-Arm machine for your practice?

Whether you choose from fixed C-Arm systems, mobile C-Arms, or mini C-arms depends on the needs of your practice and patients and your budget.

Mobile C-Arms start at a few thousand dollars, but top-of-the-line equipment can run to over a million dollars. The good news is that we have a wide range of equipment suitable for all needs and can help you get the best imaging solution for your practice.

Need more information? Talk to us at Ultrasound Solutions Corp.

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The C-Arm consists of an X-Ray tube, X-Ray detector, and an X-Ray image intensifier or flat-panel detector. The machine converts X-Rays into real-time images, enabling surgeons to make decisions accordingly. Additionally, it is non-invasive and safe during and after screening procedures.

There are two types of C-Arms: the full-size C-Arms comprising the Oscar 15 and Oscar Classic, and the mini C-Arm, the Orthoscan Mobile DI. USC Ultrasound offers these user-friendly C-Arms at affordable prices.

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The C-Arm X-ray machine is vital for conducting some types of surgery and orthopedic procedures. It can be a valuable addition to your practice, whether you are already providing these services to patients or not.

However, the cost is always a factor – and these machines are an investment. Initial costs vary depending on several factors, including:

  • Software used
  • Age of the unit
  • Operating system

A new system can cost over $80,000, while used machines typically cost closer to $10,000 and up. You can find a machine for around $25,000 that will last for years and meet most patient needs.

For pricing information and how to choose the best unit for your needs, call us at Ultrasound Solutions Corp.

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