On February 18th, 2015 General Electric announced a recall that may include your GE MRI system. This “field corrective action” covers it total install base of 12,968 MRI systems installed worldwide.Read More
Sensible Solutions for Refurbished Radiology
When it comes to sales of refurbished medical equipment, Latin America is getting on the bandwagon. Rising employment levels and economic growth, greater access to healthcare insurance, chronic disease incidence and heath care reforms are just a few of the factors behind this. Let’s take a quick look at the factors in specific Latin American countries.Read More
It’s a new year and 2014, for better or for worse, is in the past. In the Chinese Zodiac calendar, 2015 is the year of the Sheep. But in the radiology world, I like to view 2015 as the year of the Functional C-Arm. You can sit back, knock on wood and cross your fingers, but if you really want to make sure your C-Arm continues working all year long there is one simple thing you can do. Preventative Maintenance.Read More
In significant parts of the world, and America in particular, people’s pets are often considered part of the family. It’s common for pet owners to spend thousands of dollars on healthcare for their animals, including fees for CT Scans, MRIs, C-Arms, Ultrasounds and general X-Rays… money that they don’t spend on dream vacations, better vehicles, and other creature (no pun intended) comforts. It’s also common for wealthier individuals to spend exorbitant amounts on their pets’ care, just because they can.Read More
The best articles of 2014 - Atlantis has compiled the most popular blogs of 2014. In case you missed them here they are!Read More
The year 2014 is almost at an end and a lot has happened this year. Donald Sterling is no longer the owner of the LA Clippers after his racial tirade. The Ebola epidemic hit the United States for the first time. And Same Sex Marriage laws were passed in Oregon, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia, Wisconsin, Colorado, Indiana, Nevada, West Virginia and North Carolina. It was been a very busy year in the C-Arm world as well. Below are 4 areas in which C-Arms recognized a lot of changes this year:Read More
Those of you that have been regularly reading Atlantis Worldwide blogs probably already know how much importance we put on our refurbishment. To us, it’s only natural to feel this way. We are putting the Atlantis Worldwide stamp of approval (aka 12-month warranty) on each and every C-Arm we refurbish.Read More
So, the time comes where you are replacing an existing CT, MRI, C-Arm, Mammography, etc. imaging system. In most instances, the OEM vendor (e.g. GE, Siemens, Philips, Toshiba, Hitachi, etc.) you select to provide your new system offers you a trade-in value for your existing system. While there are situationsRead More
NEW 2018 C-Arm Price Infographic online now! Click here to see 2018 Updated prices.
Searching online for C-Arm prices? You found them! Search no more: we have listed prices for the most popular Philips C-Arms and most popular Siemens C-Arms in our info-graphic. We also have an info-graphic for OEC C-Arms – which you can click here to view!
As a leader for over 20 years in refurbished and used C-Arms we want to help you with your questions and identify the best solutions at the appropriate price.Read More
Have you had a bone scan done to measure bone density and fracture risk? If so, then you probably know what a bone densitometer is. It’s a specific kind of x-ray system that uses two x-ray beams to measure the calcium content of bone to reflect bone density and bone fracture risk. Each x-ray beam has a different energy level that’s aimed at the patient’s bones. The soft tissue absorption is subtracted, and then the Body Mineral Density (BMD) can be determined from the absorption of each beam by bone. Dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry is the most popular bone density measurement technology used.Read More