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Get Straight to Work

A good workflow is only half the job. 

Invisible disruptions are on the rise: cyber-attackers are taking advantage of security gaps to access patient data and compromise vulnerable healthcare systems.2

Benefit from intuitive use and versatile applications, plus advanced cybersecurity, with the Cios Flow. The Cios Flow mobile C-arm can help make your procedures more straightforward and efficient. It assists you in your daily routine while also supporting multidisciplinary utilization. 


  • Designed for more ease in the OR
  • Versatility supports system utilization
  • Cybersecurity to safeguard data and access

Designed for more ease in the OR

Cios Flow offers intuitive use, low weight and easy maneuverability, helping ensure optimum system operation independent of staff expertise.

  1. Retina Imaging Chain with CMOS technology: Intelligent algorithms automatically adjust brightness and contrast, detect motion, enhance edges and optimize metal visualization for improved depiction of surrounding tissue.
  2. SpotAdapt and touch gestures: SpotAdapt automatically optimizes imaging parameters to the anatomy of interest. Tablet-like touch gestures let you collimate, rotate, flip images and take advantage of SpotAdapt — with just one finger.
  3. High-brightness green lasers: For improved visibility on all skin types and blood despite bright OR lighting.
  4. Lightweight system design: Featuring a non-compromising C-design and weighing only 606 pounds (275 kg), Cios Flow is particularly easy to position and move.
  5. Wireless footswitch: For less hassle around the equipment and more freedom in the OR.



Cybersecurity to Safeguard Data and Access 

Unprotected digital systems can serve as entry points for cyberattacks. Today, 83% of medical imaging devices run on unsupported operating systems.1 

Advanced cybersecurity is on board the Cios Flow. Help decrease your hospital’s risk of being hacked, ensure that personal data is secure, and safeguard your finances and reputation.

  1. Access & user management: Define rights for different user groups to prevent unauthorized access.
    Whitelisting: Restrict unauthorized applications to protect your imaging system.
  2. Data encryption: Encrypt the patient data partition using BitLocker to secure data against theft.
  3. Audit Trail: Track important configuration changes for improved transparency.

Technical Details

C-arm specification :
Detector technology CMOS flat detector
Field of view 12 in x 12 in (30 cm x 30 cm)
8 in x 8 in (20 cm x 20 cm)*
Image resolution 1952 pixels x 1952 pixels
1360 pixels x 1360 pixels*
Generator power 2.3 kW
Orbital movement 148°
Immersion depth 28.7 in (73 cm)
Max. tube current 23.7 mA
Free space 31.1 in (80.3 cm)
C-arm weight 606 lb (275 kg)
System control :
Brakes control Mechanical brakes
Table-side control Yes*
Position memory Yes*
Laser light localizer Yes* (green/red, tube, flat detector)
Wireless footswitch Yes*
Clinical workflow support :
Operating modes
  • Single Image
  • Fluoroscopy
  • Fluoroscopy High Level
  • Subtraction / Roadmap*
  • Digital Cine Mode*
Interface for hosting certified partner applications Cios OpenApps
Navigation NaviLink 2D*
Software features*
  • SpotAdapt
  • Target Pointer*
  • Vascular software*
  • Live Graphical Overlay*
  • Stenosis quantification*
  • 2D measurement*
  • Touch gestures
CARE program (Combined Applications to Reduce Exposure) Yes
Angi-microbial coating on C-arm and housing Yes
Data transfer LAN / WLAN* / USB / DVD
Image storage 300,000 images

Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you solve your most pressing challenges.

1 Göras C, Olin K, et al. (2019). Tasks, multitasking and interruptions among the surgical team in an operating room: A prospective observational study. BMJ Open. 9. 1-12. 10.1136/bmjopen-2018-026410.
2 Unit 42, Palo Alto Networks (2020). IoT Threat Report. https://unit42.paloaltonetworks.com/iot-threat-report-2020/.