OEC Medical Systems
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Company will launch the Series 7700 and Compact 7700 mobile C-arm imaging devices in the U.S. in July. The low-end devices complement the 7600 series of products and will be sold primarily to ambulatory centers and small hospitals. The 7700 products are designed to image such minimally invasive procedures as needle placements, fracture identification, scope guidance and insertion, and pacemaker implantation. A vascular module allows for digital subtraction and roadmapping for endovascular procedures, the company notes
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