On-Site C-Arm Machine

We're equipped with an On-Site C-Arm X-Ray Machine

C-Arm X-ray machines enable doctors and patients to get faster and more accurate results. They use intensifiers which magnify the readings making them far more accurate. Thus, lower amounts of X-rays are used to produce images, leading to lesser radiation exposure for both patients and professionals. All image intensifiers have software which is capable of adjusting settings to suit different user requirements, depending on the procedure and body area being imaged.

Once you are at Onto Orthopedics, your diagnostic and therapeutic needs will be completely taken care of, hassle-free, with the orthopedic expertise of Dr. Hayden.

High resolution X-ray images are obtained instantly

With these advanced images, Dr. Hayden can detect and check details of anatomical structures such as blood vessels, bones, kidney stones and the position of implants and instruments at any time, right at the clinic. Of late other physicians have started using C-arm devices in minimally invasive, general surgeries; pain management; cardiac, urology, vascular, and neurovascular surgeries.

These help the physician monitor progress meticulously during the operation and immediately make the required decisions and actions on the spot. The treatment outcomes are enhanced and patient recovery is more rapid.

A C-arm machine is generally used in two ways:

  1. As a fixed equipment in screening rooms.
  2. As a mobile/portable equipment in the operation theatre.

Also, as errors are reduced significantly, it reduces the need for follow-ups or repeat operations. Mobile equipment is usually smaller and lighter without compromising on effectiveness. 

Penned by Dr. Rachita Narsaria, MD


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Am I a good candidate for the C-Arm X-ray Machine?

Dr. Hayden has been trained to perform a variety of these highly technical procedures. He can evaluate your specific injuries and pain to suggest an optimized treatment for your situation.

Think we can help?

Give Onto Orthopedics a call at 214-731-3008 to see if a minimally invasive approach is right for you. To reach us after hours, please contact us via our “contact us” page.

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