C-arm recs

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Any recs for a small footprint easy to maneuver C-arm for a small procedure suite?

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Ziehm solo is a very solid unit. No issues in over 10 years
 
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We just went through the process of buying new c arms. Our group has 6 now. We use them heavy and we do not care about any fancy settings or bells/whistles. Just need something cost effective to get our job done and reliable on a day to day basis with a good warranty. We’ve found Genoray to be the best fit. It’s affordable and has a better warranty than anyone on the market by a long shot. They have remote diagnostics so if you’re having trouble they can use Wi-Fi connection to figure out the issue quickly. Staff finds the unit easy to maneuver as well and the system is quick to enter patient information into. I will say that we are still new to Genoray so we don’t have as long of a track record with them so perhaps issuers will arise over the next couple of years but so far so good. I can help get you in touch with them and perhaps they will still honor our price for you. DM me if interested.
 
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We just went through the process of buying new c arms. Our group has 6 now. We use them heavy and we do not care about any fancy settings or bells/whistles. Just need something cost effective to get our job done and reliable on a day to day basis with a good warranty. We’ve found Genoray to be the best fit. It’s affordable and has a better warranty than anyone on the market by a long shot. They have remote diagnostics so if you’re having trouble they can use Wi-Fi connection to figure out the issue quickly. Staff finds the unit easy to maneuver as well and the system is quick to enter patient information into. I will say that we are still new to Genoray so we don’t have as long of a track record with them so perhaps issuers will arise over the next couple of years but so far so good. I can help get you in touch with them and perhaps they will still honor our price for you. DM me if interested.
We’ve also had the Genoray zen units. I think 3 years on one, 2 on the other. Knock on wood, no major issues with them so far. Image quality is good. Doesn’t feel as fine-tunable on image parameters as the 9800/9900 - for example the pulse setting seems only to do 15 or 30 per second. Not nearly as great for cutting down on dose when running stim leads up.
 
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