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Gain the precision you need in your operating room with portable and mobile C-arms from Siemens Healthineers, and explore rental and fleet swap options so you can outfit your Office-Based Lab and Ambulatory Surgery Center for success.
C-arm Fleet Swap
Standardize on full view flat detector technology with a Siemens mobile C-arm fleet swap, featuring the Cios family of surgical solutionsLearn More
A C-arm rental or lease is a cost-effective and efficient way to acquire a Siemens mobile C-arm and table or fleet of equipment to meet your surgical needsLearn More
Cios Alpha is a high‐definition 2D mobile C‐arm designed to give surgeons certainty in image-guided surgery, image quality and dose.Learn More
The Cios Flow mobile C-arm can help make procedures more straightforward and efficient, assisting surgeons in daily routine while supporting multidisciplinary utilization.Learn More
The Cios Select mobile C-arm features proven, high-quality image intensifier technology enhanced by IDEAL dose management, a wireless footswitch and advanced cybersecurity.Learn More
Cios Select with FD
The Cios Select with flat-detector (FD) technology combines premium capabilities with an economic system design for optimal support in surgical procedures.Learn More
The Cios Spin is a mobile 2D and 3D C-arm that’s cost-effective, efficient and easy to integrate into your surgical routine.Learn More
Office-Based Labs/Ambulatory Surgery Centers
Cassling's all-inclusive vascular package helps you maximize ROI of your office-based lab with Siemens C-arms and financing for capital or operating lease.Learn More
The Smart-C Portable C-arm provides clinicians with a solution that fits their workspace and imaging needs, with real-time general fluoroscopic visualization.Learn More
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