The Ziehm Solo Success Story: 1,000 Systems Sold Worldwide

NUREMBERG, Germany, April 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Flexible, space-saving, cost-efficient: the compact C-arm provides reliable imaging in the OR

1,000 days, 1,000 C-arms: this is the impressive result three years after the introduction of the Ziehm Solo. As one of the most compact and flexible C-arms, the Ziehm Solo adjusts optimally to the special demands and requirements of clinics. More and more users from orthopedics and trauma opt for Ziehm Imaging's multi-talent for intraoperative imaging. The 1,000th Ziehm Solo will be delivered to the Clinica Santa Elena in Malaga, Spain.

"ORs in hospitals are becoming ever smaller, while more devices are being used inside them", says Klaus Hörndler, Managing Director of Ziehm Imaging GmbH. "We designed the Ziehm Solo precisely with this in mind: With a space requirement of only 0.8m², it offers clinics maximum flexibility with an attractive price-performance ratio. Selling one device every day is an impressive proof that we are fulfilling the exact needs of our users."

The Ziehm Solo is a real space-saving miracle as all imaging, post-processing and archiving functions are integrated into the C-arm. The system also offers many configuration options. It adapts perfectly to the respective spatial conditions and application scenarios. With its viewing station, the C-arm offers an additional synchronized user-interface for flexible set-up; the transmission of the video signal to external monitors opens up additional areas of application while saving space in the OR.

The Ziehm Solo stands for high quality mobile imaging in the operating room. The pulsed 2kW mono-block generator provides brilliant image quality of up to 25 images per second. The 1k x 1k technology guarantees high picture resolution, which is shown in over 4,000 shades of gray.

Press contact:
Ziehm Imaging
Martin Herzmann                        
Director Global Marketing                    
[email protected]                
Tel: +4991121720
http://www.ziehm.com


SOURCE Ziehm Imaging

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