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Radiographic/Fluoroscopic Units, Mobile, Extremity

Definition : Scaled-down mobile radiographic/fluoroscopic units designed for extremity imaging of the feet, hands, wrists, elbows, and ankles. These units have very small input phosphors, typically 6 to 15 cm (2.5 to 6 inches) in diameter, that typically permit visualizing only a portion of three fingers simultaneously in one image. An optical magnifier can be used to view the output phosphor in place of an electric monitor when line power is not available. These units are used incritical care areas, the operating room (especially in hand and foot surgery), in physician offices, and in remote places.

Entry Terms : "Radiographic/Fluoroscopic Units, Mini C-Arm" , "Mini C-Arm Radiographic/Fluoroscopic Units" , "Compact Mobile Radiographic/Fluoroscopic Units" , "Compact Fluoroscopic Units" , "Compact Radiographic/Fluoroscopic Units"

UMDC code : 18435

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Hillusa Corp

Company Type: Parent

Hillusa Corporation was established in Miami, Florida, in 1980. The primary objective at Hillusa was to provide medical equipment to a wide range of clients for Latin America. Since being established, the Hillusa Corporation has experienced constant growth.

Hologic Inc

Company Type: Parent

Hologic, Inc. is a leading developer, manufacturer and supplier of premium diagnostic products, medical imaging systems, and surgical products dedicated to serving the healthcare needs of women throughout the world.

Medicanix Inc

Company Type: Parent

Medicanix Inc was founded in 1982. The company started by providing service and repair on autoclaves, sterilizers, power exam tables, EKG machines, and all types of medical and physician office equipment around the Connecticut and New York metropolitan area. Medicanix has established its great reputation by responding to our customer's needs in a prompt manor along with providing excellent customer service.

OrthoScan Inc

Company Type: Parent

Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, OrthoScan is a privately held medical device company which was founded in 2002 with the intent to bring to market a state of the art mini c‑arm and to provide innovative product solutions in orthopaedic imaging. Our first entry in the imaging market is the mini c‑arm, which is used for fluoroscopic imaging of the extremities in orthopaedic surgery and for digital diagnostic imaging in the office.

Stallion Technologies Inc (STI)

Company Type: Parent

Stallion Technologies, an ISO13485-compliant business, has been a world leader in the design, development, and manufacturing of medical digital x-ray acquisition and image processing systems.

X-Cel X-Ray Corp

Company Type: Parent

X-Cel-X-Ray Corporation manufactures and sells a complete line of high-frequency and adjustable kVp (peak kilovoltage) x-ray units for podiatrists, orthopaedics, and industrial use.

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