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Philips BV Pulsera Mobile C-Arm - Refurbished
Mobile C-arm provides excellent imaging clarity in a variety of clinical settings
The Philips BV Pulsera is a mobile C-arm that offers clinicians clear visualization during long procedures and surgeries. The powerful imaging software is ideal for a wide range of clinical applications, including: orthopedic, vascular, cardiac, pain management, abdominal, thoracic, and general surgery. The ergonomic mobile viewing station and other single-user design features allow clinicians to conveniently operate the C-arm unit and analyze images from the table.
For more information on the Philips BV Pulsera Mobile C-Arm, available refurbished from DRE Medical, contact a DRE representative today.
Mobile C-arm available with a 9 or 12-inch image intensifier.
Performs uninterrupted imaging during long procedures or surgeries.
Versatile imaging modes ideal for a broad range of clinical applications:
Pain management procedures
Mobile viewing station with 12-inch monitors can be conveniently adjusted for clinician comfort.
Monitor height and angles can be adjusted for easy viewing by clinical staff.
Single-user design allows clinicians to operate the footswitch and remote control to adjust images from the C-arm table.
Image manipulation options includes: Subtraction, Trace, Roadmap, and Masking.
Smooth, sealed controls simplify cleaning.
The Philips BV Pulsera features a full-range of radiation management protocols that allow low X-ray doses even during lengthy procedures, while still providing excellent image quality. The Pulsera comes equipped with unique technology to help maintain clear visualization of dense anatomy and complex vasculature:
High Power Pulsed Exposure visualizes fast moving anatomy with outstanding image quality for a virtually unlimited amount of time.
Unique BodySmart software promotes first time right imaging and dose efficiency. It delivers consistently superb image contrast by adapting the measuring field to the area of interest.
Automatic contrast and brightness - single touch adjustment of contrast/brightness to the ROI to enhance details in real time.
High Definition Fluoroscopy provides full contrast for the steepest projections, like lateral hip exams.
Digital Exposure (Sharp Shot) mode allows a single high quality image to be taken for archiving and printing.
Ortho Plus - applies extra X-ray power to visualize challenging regions of interest with normal or obese patients.
X-ray generator: Monoblock 80 kHz high-frequency, micro-processor controlled generator
X-ray tube: Rotating anode tube with active heat management
Nominal power: 15 kW: 120 kV, 125 mA
Free space within C-arm: 30.3 in
C-arm depth: 24 in
Angulation: +90° to -25°
Source Image Distance: 38.7 in
Rotation: ± 180°, with safety stop at ± 135°
Extended angulation (optional): +90° to -45° for increased projection flexibility
Lowest lateral working position: 40 in
Image intensifier: Triple mode 9” HRC / Triple mode 12”
TV camera type: CCD, high resolution 1K²
Constant beam filtration: 0.1 mm Cu + 3 mm AI
Nominal II formats: 31, 23, and 17 cm (12”, 9”, and 7”) 23, 17, and 13 cm (9”, 7”, and 5”)
Image processing: 16 bit with motion detection
Handheld remote control: Controls the main image handling functions
Stand monitor: 12” LCD monitor on the C-arm gives visual control to the operator
Touchscreen: Available for Mobile View Station
ViewForum: Multi-modality workstation
Vascular Extension: Subtracted fluoroscopy mode, Trace, View Trace, Roadmap, Remask, Smart Mask, Landmarking, real-time Pixel Shift, and CO2 modes
Video in: S-video
Analog video out: 1 BNC connector left monitor
Digital video out (optional): 2 DVI connectors left and right monitor
USB storage: bmp format
Advanced DICOM/IHE package (optional): Modality Worklist Management, Modality Performed Procedure Step Storage Commit, Full compliance to the IHE Scheduled Workflow Integration profile as an Acquisition Modality Actor, Supports DICOM Structured Dose Reporting, Query/Retrieve (with the ViewForum option)