As hospital and surgery center ORs shrink and equipment density rises, demand for imaging systems with smaller footprints is growing.
With its all-in-one design, Ziehm Solo is one of the most compact and versatile C-arms for crowded treatment scenarios.
Equipped with state-of-the-art imaging technology, this C-arm delivers great performance for orthopedics, traumatology, pain management and other applications.
Versatile solution for small operating rooms
Ziehm Solo is one of the smallest C-arms on the market.
As standard, Ziehm Solo comes with a 27″ high-brightness full HD monitor mounted on the C-arm, eliminating the need for a separate monitor cart. All functions required for image capturing, processing and archiving are integrated in the C-arm.
Its compact design and easy-drive system make Ziehm Solo ideal for even the smallest ORs.
Best image quality. Minimized dose.
Ziehm Solo comes with a highly compact monoblock generator. It generates short, sharp pulses with up to 25 frames per second, producing crystal-clear images even if the patient is moving. This intelligent pulse technology also reduces dose levels.
The system provides a 1k x 1k resolution and more than 4,000 shades of gray to helps visualize even the smallest anatomical structures.
This comprehensive concept consists of a broad, clinically proven application portfolio to address the daily challenges of low dose and high image quality. With significant dose savings, Ziehm Imaging sets the benchmark in user-friendly adjustment of dose exposure1.
Laser positioning device
Integrated in flat-panel and generator housing for accurate and dose-free positioning of C-arm
With automatic optimization of dose and image quality for best results
Low dose mode
In all anatomical programs for particularly dose-sensitive procedures, e.g. in pediatrics
Reduction of pulse frequency
Manually or fully automatically to lower the accumulated dose
For exposure-free magnification of X-ray images
For exposure-free positioning of collimators
Object Detected Dose Control (ODDC)
To automatically analyze the area of interest and minimize dose while optimizing image quality2
For large patients – with no additional increase in dose
1. In clinical practice, the use of SmartDose may reduce patient dose depending on the clinical task, patient size, anatomical location, and clinical practice. A consultation with a radiologist and a physicist should be made to determine the appropriate dose to obtain diagnostic image quality for the particular clinical task. 2. Gosch D. et al. “Influence of grid and ODDC on radiation exposure and image quality using mobile C-arms – First results”, RöFo, 09/07.
|C-arm vertical free space||30″ / 76cm|
|C-arm depth||27″ / 68cm|
|Weight||756lb / 343kg|
|Height||69″ – 85″ / 175 – 217cm|
|Width||32″ / 80cm|
|Length||68″ – 77″ / 173 – 195cm|
|Size||9″ / 23cm|
|Mag mode 1||5.8 lp/mm|
|Mag mode 2||6.8 lp/mm|
|Display size||19″ (x2)|
|Brightness (panel)||typ. 1000 cd/m2|
|Ziehm Viewing Station||Optional|
|Power supply||120 VAC, 60 Hz ± 10%|
|X-ray tube||Stationary anode|
|High-frequency generator||40 kHz|
|Maximum output||2.02 kW|
|Pulsed fluoroscopy kV range||40 – 110 kV|
|Pulsed fluoroscopy mA range||0.2 – 16.2 mA|
|Pulse rates||25, 12.5, 8, 4, 2, 1 pps|
|USB port||DICOM, TIFF, Multimedia (AVI), JPG|
|Multifunction wireless foot switch||Optional|