Siemens Arcadis Orbic 3D C-Arm


With isometric design and 190° orbital movement, the Siemens Arcadis Orbic eliminates the need for repositioning and provides unparalleled projection flexibility. The Orbic is a multi-purpose system, designed for a variety of clinical fields, including orthopedic, trauma, and spine surgery. Highlights include:

  • With intraoperative 3D imaging and evaluation, the Orbic 3D reduces the rate of revision surgeries
  • Supports standard fluoroscopy as well as 2D and 3D imaging for a highly versatile system
  • Providing mobility, especially over a fixed CT system, with more maneuverability
  • Offering intraoperative 3d imaging and evaluation, diminishing the rate of revision surgeries

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Siemens Arcadis Orbic C Arm Specifications

  • Isocentric C-arm movement with integrated cables and electromagnetic brakes
  • Orbital movement 190° (± 95°)
  • Angulation ± 190°
  • Horizontal movement 20 cm
  • Immersion depth 73 cm
  • Swivel range ± 10°
  • Vertical travel 40 cm
  • Source – I.I. distance 98 cm
  • Free space 78 cm

X-Ray Generator/Tube:
  • Max. pulsed output 2.3 kW
  • Inverted control frequency 15 kHz to 30 kHz
  • KV range 40 kV to 110 kV
  • Fluoroscopy 0.2 mA to 15.2 mA (max. 1000W)
  • Digital radiography 0.2 mA to 23 mA (max. 1000W)
  • Pulsed fluoroscopy Up to 23 mA
  • Pulse width Min. 7 ms
  • Pulse rate Up to 8 f/s, up to 15 f/s
  • Power mode enables temporary max. output in continuous fluoroscopy and pulsed fluoroscopy

Single Tank with Stationary Anode:
  • Focal spot nominal value 0.6
  • Nominal voltage 110 kV
  • Optical anode angle 9°
  • Inherent filtration ≥ 3 mm AI equivalent

Collimator System:
  • Iris diaphragm for concentric, radiation-free collimation
  • Semi-transparent slot diaphragm for symmetric, radiation-free collimation, with unlimited rotation

X-Ray TV System:
  • High-resolution X-Ray TV system in maintenance-free CCD technology with 1024 x 1024 (1k2) full-size CCD sensor
  • Constant image brightness due to automatic gain control
  • High contrast and high spatial resolution
  • TV matrix 1k2
  • Digital image rotation ± 360°

X-Ray Image Intensifier:
  • Metal-enamel technology with Mu-metal shielding
  • Precision electron optics with minimal image distortion and consistent high resolution across the entire image field
  • Cesium-iodide input screen for minimum quantum noise and excellent resolution
  • Anti-glare output screen with scattered light trap for high contrast dynamics and prevention of scattered light effects
  • High-transparency input window
  • Nominal diameter 23 cm
  • Zoom format 15 cm
  • Grid PB 17/70, fo 100

Trolley Options

19″ TFT Monochrome Display:
  • Screen size 48 cm (19″)
  • Image matrix 1280 x 1024
  • Brightness, typical 400 cd/m2
  • Maximum brightness, typical 600 cd/m2
  • Horizontal/vertical viewing angle 170°/170°
  • High-contrast display with high luminance

19″ TFT Color Display:
  • Screen size 48 cm (19″)
  • Image matrix 1280 x 1024
  • Brightness, typical 200 cd/m2
  • Maximum brightness, typical 250 cd/m2
  • Horizontal/vertical viewing angle 170°/170°

Column Display Flex:
  • Allows for vertical display positioning independently of trolley position with a rotation angle of -30° to 180°
  • Defined lock in place positions at 0° and 180°

Column Display Flex Plus:
  • Allows for vertical display positioning independently of trolley position with a rotation of 0° to 180°
  • Motorized height adjustment
  • Protection and transportation management by foldable displays
  • Defined lock in place positions at 0°, 90° and 180°

Sound System – Emotion:
  • Onboard sound system in order to connect audio devices via aux-in connector
  • Stereo amplifier with volume controller
  • Two blinded oval stereo loudspeakers

3D Image Acquisition:
  • Motor Drive
  • Motor-driven orbital movement through 190° for online reconstruction of isotropic 3D data sets
  • Rotation time
    • 30 seconds with 50 images/scan
    • 60 seconds with 100 images/scan

3D Visualization:
  • The following visualization modes are possible:
    • Multiplanar Reconstruction (MPR) – With MPR, two-dimensional images of arbitrary orientation (axial, sagittal, coronal, oblique, double-oblique, curvilinear) are reconstructed from the isotropic 3D volume
    • Surface Shaded Display (SSD) – This method is especially suitable for displaying bone surfaces. The reconstruction threshold value can be determined arbitrarily, resulting in surface reconstructions with special shading effects. The viewing angle and location can be freely selected
    • Volume Rendering Technique (VRT) – Direct VRT allows highly precise, CT-like 3D visualization and easy orientation in the dataset
    • 3D Image Fusion – 3D Image Fusion for the spatial orientation and visualization of a patient’s image data that was generated by different modalities at different times. Supports optimal diagnosis (fusion of morphological) and functional information, therapy planning and follow-up
    • 3D Dual-Monitor Display – Is an extended feature for 3D and facilitates the viewing and manipulation of two different datasets on two monitors (monitor A and monitor B).
      It allows the user to compare two studies from the same patient, i.e., pre-and intra-operative, or two studies from the same patient, i.e., pre and post-surgery with synchronized scrolling through both data sets

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