Arcadis Orbic - Multipurpose high-end C-arm
ARCADIS® Orbic is our high-end C-arm with isocentric design and 190º orbital movement. It is well suited for intraoperative use in a multitude of clinical fields, e.g., in pain management, orthopedic, trauma and spine surgery.
Discover the new generation of mobile C-arms from Siemens. ARCADIS® is more than just a new C-arm. ARCADIS is an entirely new generation of C-arm technology that marks the start of a new era in the OR, offering completely new possibilities. ARCADIS integrates syngo®, the unique software platform for virtually all Siemens imaging systems, into your operating room. syngo allows virtually all imaging modalities and image-viewing workstations to use the same intuitive user interface for system operation, image postprocessing and overall networking. ARCADIS integrates modalities such as CT and MR into your clinical workflow as well as the overall network. With syngo, you can access all clinical patient information online, at the click of a button. In addition, syngo develops new synergies for clinical workflow and can decrease the training needs of the hospital staff. The result? Significantly increased efficiency in your OR.
ARCADIS Orbic has distinctive features which add up to a clinical efficiency unparalleled by any other mobile C-arm:
- Industry-exclusive true isocentric orbital movement enables time and dose savings by eliminating readjustments, especially for examinations involving several different projections.
- Industry-leading 190° orbital movement with 95° overscan enable virtually unrestricted positioning options for any projection which may be required.
Conventional C-arms require adjustment of the C-arm when changing the projection angle. ARCADIS Orbic features an isocentric design which ensures that the anatomy being imaged always remains in the center of rotation (isocenter) of orbital and angular movements. Therefore, ARCADIS Orbic requires no horizontal or vertical readjustment in order to keep the field of view centered – for example, after changing from an AP to a lateral view.
The result is improved workflow and the elimination of time-consuming and troublesome repositioning. Especially important in spine surgery and pain management, the isocentric design and large overscan (±95°) of ARCADIS Orbic enables precise views in a very time-efficient manner. Less repositioning can also translate into substantial dose savings for both OR personnel and patients. Additionally, isocentricity sets the stage for efficient 3D intra-operative imaging with a mobile C-arm. ARCADIS Orbic was designed that all existing and future ARCADIS Orbic systems can be upgraded to 3D imaging functionality.