The newly cleared Cios Spin produces 3D computed tomography-like imaging for orthopedic, trauma and spinal surgery that Siemens claims can reduce the rate of revisions and need for post-operative CT.
The Cios Spin supports both 2D and 3D imaging and can be used for a variety of procedures, including vascular imaging, Siemens said. The system also features NaviLink 3D digital navigation and flat panel detector technology and other software packages.
“Siemens Healthineers is proud to offer the Cios Spin, a dynamic new mobile 3D C-arm that illustrates our expertise in mobile X-ray imaging. This system will help our customers improve the quality of patient care using precision medicine as well as reduce the additional costs imposed by revision surgery,” Siemens Healthineers NA surgical solutions VP Robert Dewey said in a press release.
Last month, Siemens Healthineers said that it inked a deal with Healthy.io looking to improve home chronic kidney disease monitoring.
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