ORTHOPAEDIC TRAUMA SURGICAL IMAGING O-arm Surgical Imaging System
The O-arm™ system is a 2D and 3D intraoperative imaging system designed to optimize image quality, surgical workflow, and dose.
Real-time visualization of the drill guide and intended trajectories aids in optimized implant positioning.
The O-arm system also enables automatic patient registration to the StealthStation™ Navigation System.
Advanced 2D and 3D image quality and a large field of view enable visualization of the width of the pelvis.
O-arm Max Intensity Projection (MIP) of pelvis
Visualize screw placement while the patient is on the OR table, potentially reducing revisions due to misplaced hardware.
O-arm confirmation showing screw placement
Robotic motion controls, laser alignment, and field of view preview make it easier to maneuver the gantry for AP, Inlet, Outlet and Judet fluoro shots and 3D scans intraoperatively.
Save up to four imaging positions in memory 2D mode, which can be recalled at the touch of a button, providing faster and more reliable 2D imaging.
Breakable gantry enables the O-arm system to be utilized by multiple OR rooms. Flexibility to complement your OR and surgical workflow demands, while maintaining your surgical preferences.
A navigated drill guide allows trajectory planning for accurate placement of implants. Multiple cannulae accommodate various guidewire diameters.
Along with StealthStation navigation, the O-arm system provides the powerful combination of 3D surgical imaging and real-time navigation for your orthopaedic trauma procedures.
The O-arm system offers multiple protocols and manual adjustment to ensure you are getting the right image at the right dose.