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G-arm -biplane C-arm fluoroscopy

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Whale Imaging

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G-arm -biplane C-arm fluoroscopy


 G-ARM (biplane C-arm fluoroscopy):

With G-Arm the challenge of shifting between AP and lateral views is eliminated and enhanced by the X-Beam advanced digital platform so the procedure can be performed more efficiently.

G-Arm aims to help institutions achieve process improvement by increasing efficiency, lowering risk. Our goal is to help you achieve better OR utilization rates, reduced infection risk and lower radiation exposure for your patients and staff.

We want to help you achieve better case profitability, improved turnover rates, improved workflow and a better bottom line.


Live images in two planes

This unique system architecture allows both AP and lateral anatomy to be viewed as high frequency images for both planes live and simultaneously.

Right and left monitor views are real time, giving you unprecedented ability to carry out the procedure quickly and confidently. Whale’s proprietary X-Beam technology uses advanced algorithms and system architecture to achieve asynchronous high frequency pulsed imaging in each plane without beam interference.


Advanced algorithms for exceptional images.

iC-Clear imaging suite consists of seven powerful real time image processing functions intended to maximize image performance.

Proprietary algorithms optimize contrast and reduce noise using less power and potentially lower dose for the safety of operators and patients. Our high-end platform allows anatomy to be visualized clearly. A lower cumulative dose requirement reduces the need for generators with excessive power ratings.


Reducing Dose: Fewer corrective exposures may mean cumulative radiation can be minimized for patient and staff.

Improving Procedure Time: Live twin plane views may speed placement and decrease time lost moving the arm and repositioning between AP and lateral views.

Increasing Accuracy: X-Beam technology aims to provide better precision. Better placement can make revision less likely.

 Minimizing Risk of Infection: Eliminating the need to change the detector placement may help decrease disruption to the sterile field.