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Advice on new C-arm purchase

Posted By Amy C. Dwyer, Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Esteemed colleagues,


My 10-year old Phillips BV Pulsera is wearing out and I am shopping for a new machine. I am looking at the Phillips Veradius Unity and the GE OEC Elite CFD (not the 9900 version). Does anyone have experience with either machine?



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Matthew Schaefer says...
Posted Tuesday, January 23, 2018
We’ve had the OEC for >10 years. I can’t remember the last time we had problems with it.
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Nephrology Associates PA Vascular Access Center says...
Posted Tuesday, January 23, 2018
Our oldest GE OEC 9900 is 11 years old and in perfect condition, they are the workhorses of the C-arm world. The hospital that I came from has one of the old original OEC's that should probably be in a museum but it still works so they're using it :)
We have also paid for a service contract for all of our units (we have three total) since we bought them and have regular PM's on them by GE engineers. Expensive but cheaper than a new unit by far.
We have one that has the Tech-view monitor on it and it's really helpful for our vascular cases, everyone gets to see what's going on. Nurses stuck back in a corner seldom if ever get to see what's happening, at least in our room set-ups.

Hope this helps!

Nicole Davis
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