Innovations

 

Artis pheno Robotic C-arm Angiography System

Siemens Healthineers
(888) 826-9702
www.healthcare.siemens.com/angio/artis-interventional-angiography-systems/artis-pheno

KEY FEATURES

  • Developed to help hospitals combat infection
  • Software applications facilitate complex procedures
  • Multitilt table supports bariatric patients

The Artis pheno robotic C-arm angiography system was created for minimally invasive interventional procedures and offers 2K imaging resolution. The system is designed, in part, to help hospitals combat patient infection with an antimicrobial coating on the surface of the C-arm, stand, and patient table. The hermetically sealed housing of the C-arm and table modules aid in cleaning the system. In addition, the cabling is routed inside the system to prevent cables from becoming dirty and potentially transmitting bacteria.

The system’s free inner diameter of 37.6 inches enables staff to remain at the side of pediatric patients. The patient table accommodates bariatric patients up to 617 lb. The easy-float tabletop can be moved with little effort, regardless of its angle or the patient’s weight. The system recognizes the tabletop’s position and automatically aligns to the tabletop. The Artis pheno also offers a broad array of software applications to aid in a variety of interventional procedures.

The Artis pheno system has received US Food and Drug Administration 510(k) clearance and is available for commercial use in the United States.

 

Contact Info

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Craig McChesney
484-581-1816
cmcchesney@bmctoday.com

Stephen Hoerst
484-581-1817
shoerst@bmctoday.com

Charles Philip
484-581-1873
cphillip@bmctoday.com

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