Whether it’s a large field of view for abdominal aortic aneurysm repair, excellent low-dose imaging for interventional pain management or small anatomical detail for cochlear implants, the BV Pulsera c-arm’s innovative feature set helps you get the job done.
Experience the difference:
- Pulsed acquisition (30 pulses/sec) for better images at a lower dose
- Rotating anode power to penetrate larger patients
- Top quality 3D imaging
- 9” or 12” image intensifier
- Excellent maneuverability
Clarity and power
The pulsed exposure mode produces superb image contrast, essentially eliminates movement artifacts in cardiovascular examinations and provides you with virtually blur-free images. In short, the BV Pulsera gives you the power and the image quality your work in the OR demands.
Exceptional heat management capabilities, allow the BV Pulsera c-arm to keep pace with your longest cardiovascular and interventional procedures. Rotating anode technology and automatic high penetration mode gives you the power to see through practically any type of patient. See fine details at the steepest projections and observe rapidly moving anatomy.
Efficiency in the OR
The BV Pulsera c-arm’s ultra compact mobile C-arm stand features rear-wheel steering for easy maneuverability and positioning. An optimally designed MobileView Station with ‘touchscreen’ monitor display can be moved around the tight confines of a crowded OR, enabling you to get the best viewing position.
With the single user concept and Anatomaticlly Programmed Fluoroscopy (APF) parameters, you can easily control every step of your procedures. This supports high OR throughput.
One system, many applications
The versatility and power of the Philips BV Pulsera mobile surgery system supports many goals. From Bolus Chasing to Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm repair, cardiac procedures to neurosurgical exams, the BV Pulsera c-arm has the imaging clarity and power to enable you to do your best work in:
- Cardiovascular procedures
- Orthopedic surgery
- Abdominal surgery
- Neurosurgical procedures
- Thoracic surgery