C-arms for Vascular Imaging

Achieve optimum visual detail during vascular procedures from interventional to hybrid to clinic settings with confidence and choice of OEC C-arms.
OEC C-arms are used by interventionalists and surgeons to obtain vascular imaging during peripheral to contrast run-off procedures. Superb resolution, even in the presence of motion, enables easy identification of anatomical landmarks and the extremity of the catheter, even as catheter tip moves.

Vascular imaging features


Clearly see 0.014” guidewires in chest and abdomen region or 0.008” guidewires in peripheral vascular with the OEC Elite CFD with a flat detector, image processing advancements and 4K viewing display.

Experience fixed room-like images with eNR (enhanced Noise Reduction), an advanced software algorithm that automatically reduces image noise by 30% for an equivalent appearance of 30 kW power.


Perform a full leg Bolus Chase in one contrast run with a Preset Profile that includes Motion Tolerant Subtraction, that dynamically adjusts image quality based on presence of motion.

During contrast run-off procedures, easily select contrast type with positive (e.g. Iodine) or negative (e.g. Carbon Dioxide) during subtraction. The OEC Elite CFD cardiovascular package also includes Roadmapping.


To see vessel stenosis or tips of guidewires, Live Zoom up to 4X during a fluoro or Cine without the additional dose of Mag modes or resulting X-ray tube heat buildup.

Conveniently plan procedures with comprehensive imaging tools to measure percent stenosis, distance, or angles, annotate and draw on images.

Vascular imaging you need

Complex vascular procedures require powerful imaging systems. OEC premium C-arms perform in a variety of procedures such as:
•Abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) stent and balloon deployment
• Atherectomy
• Dialysis declot
• Infrarenal aortic aneurysm repair
• Recanalization and stent placement in iliac arteries
• Recanalization of the superior mesenteric artery
• Stent implant in peripheral artery
• Vascular long lesion treatment

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