Simplify your workflow with an all-in-one, lightweight system
Operated by a simple dualside touchscreen, offering user accessibility from either the left or right side of the C-arm and eliminating the cumbersome keyboard and mouse
Positioning is made easy with color-coded brake controls
Move through your workflow easily using the dual touchscreen icons for patient information, image adjustment options, live image tools, post-image processing, and DICOM
Its wifi connectivity allows you to share exams instantly
Get the clinical versatility you need
Whether you are facing vascular emergencies in the ER or need to identify a tiny fracture in a Physician office, you can expect to produce a high quality image to aid in patient care with the OEC.
Its compact size and affordability makes this system a valuable tool for ICU/CCU departments
The OEC Fluorostar can give you the ability to image right in your emergency room. Great in aiding in quick diagnoses when time is of the essence
The OEC Fluorostar can be the right solution when there are space constraints, but basic imaging is desired
Imaging for cystoscopy, stone retrieval, urodynamics and other urology procedures can be simple and accurate with the OEC Fluorostar. The urologist can check the injection of contrast agent material from the kidney with the Fluorostar’s Cine option.
The compact point-and shoot feature helps for quick diagnosis and patient workflow management.
During procedures like bronchoscopy, spine surgeries or ERCP, the OEC Fluorostar can track the progression of the endoscope.
Superb image quality at a low dose
The high resolution CCD Camera and 1k x 1k image processing work together to create an optimal image for most any procedure
The single or dual high-luminance 19” flat-screen, ultra-thin monitors provide staff with the clear crisp images that can enable outstanding patient care
Preview Collimation helps to reduce overall patient and staff dose through the ability to preview shutter/iris collimator positioning without an exposure
The system allows users to easily select pre-defined fluoro modes - such as the pediatric option, half dose or pulsed - for imaging anatomy at optimal mA and kV levels
The use of the Pulsed Mode – with the option between 1 to 8 pulses per second – may result in a decreased dose to patient and staff