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Is your mini C-Arm drooping?

Is it getting more challenging to keep your mini C-Arm in position?

Some medical facilities may face the unfortunate articulation of the C-Arm gradually drooping lower throughout scans. However, keep in mind that this is actually a very common problem that most C-Arm users experience. Fortunately, it is also an elementary problem to solve.

The following are five simple steps that C-Arm users in a medical facility can take to return their C-Arm devices back to the firm, stable position it was in the initial stages of the purchase.

Although this is a simple procedure, it is recommended that when following these steps, you watch a video that guides you on how to perform each task accurately. That way you can make sure the best results are obtained through the following instructions.

1. Try to obtain a 3/16 Allen wrench and a small screwdriver (flat-head).
2. By gently prying the rubber cap with the screwdriver, try to remove the cap located in the base of the arm.
3. Slightly tighten the screw that should be present beneath the cap. Try to screw the cap firmly but not as tight as possible. If the screw if over-tightened, the arm movement may be too stiff to use.
4. Test the arm movement according to the desired adjustment and repeat the above steps as needed.
5. Replace the rubber cap as it was previously and continue to use the C-Arm as usual.

While these steps are the easiest possible way to return your mini C-Arm back to its firm stage in positioning, if you do still face drooping problems after these adjustments, a broader issue may be the problem, and you may require expert assistance to take a look at the problem.

Furthermore, if you are looking to purchase a c arm machine for sale, contact Amber USA for more information.

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Experiencing downtime with your OEC Laser Aimer?

After purchasing an OEC C-Arm Laser Aimer, you may experience the many benefits it comes with. However, there may come a time where the Laser Aimer isn’t working as it used to. That’s when you may think your OEC laser aimer is broken.

However, there is a good chance that your laser aimer still works. Unfortunately, however, your parts provider may try to sell you a new one without further inquiries on the current system. One of the biggest questions you need to ask yourself when facing downtime in your laser aimer is – did you check the batteries?

It was stated that statistically around 75% of customers that claimed their OEC C-Arm Laser Aimer was broken faced the same problem. These users simply needed a single fix: replacing the batteries.
There are three batteries in a laser aimer. They are both double-A batteries, and the same way you change a toy’s batteries, you can replace the Laser Aimers batteries. By doing so, you can save your medical facility from being out thousands of dollars in purchasing a new Laser Aimer.

While the batteries are typically the primary culprit of a faulty Laser Aimer, sometimes, users may face a problem where the OEC Laser Aimer is truly experiencing technical difficulties and may require replacement. Fortunately, there are a variety of firms that offer these devices at fair prices. The prices may vary depending on whether you decide to purchase a brand new Laser Aimer or whether you opt for a used device for a lesser price.

If you are experiencing other technical difficulties with your C-Arm or other medical imaging equipment, feel free to contact Amber USA for more information.
In addition to that, Amber USA also has a reputation for issuing the highest quality used and refurbished medical equipment at an affordable cost. Amber USA has a vast variety of options of quality brands to select from including GE, Siemens, and Philips, etc.

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Beginners Guide to PET/CT scanners.

PET/CT scanners have become one of the most effective forms of medical imaging available to-date. Through the combination of advanced nuclear imaging techniques, molecular imaging known as Positron Emission Tomography (PET) and Computed Tomography (CT), a highly sophisticated process was introduced.

The cost of PET/CT scanners.
For PET/CT scanners, the cost may depend on the region it is sold, the healthcare system, and the type of scan being imaged. However, as compared to the individual PET scanners and CT scanners, the PET/CT scanner is known for being costly in the market.

How PET/CT systems are used.
Generally, PET/CT scanners are known for being used to locate cancer and for identifying other diseases within the body. Since damaged cells or cancerous cells use more glucose, doctors would be able to determine the size of the cancerous cell and the grade by examining the rate the tumor is infused with a glucose solution.

Additionally, while being able to detect cancer, the system can also help doctors identify if the cancerous cells have spread through the body of the patient and how useful it would be to conduct radiation or chemotherapy treatments. Once the treatment has been completed, the PET/CT scanner would also be able to detect whether the tumor has returned.

Other uses of a PET/CT scanner.
• These systems can help track and observe the blood flow to the heart and other parts of the body.
• Identifying heart diseases or other infections to the heart.
• Determining if angioplasty or bypass surgery would benefit different areas of the heart.
• Evaluation of brain abnormalities.
• Mapping the heart and brain function for research purposes.

Are you looking for more information about PET/CT scanners?
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Planning on selling your Hologic bone densitometer?

When trying to sell medical imaging equipment, including the details is everything.

Whether you’re planning on selling your medical imaging equipment to make room for a more prominent purchase or even planning to upgrade, the following information is what you need to include before making the sale.

1. System and Accessories.

Capture an image of all the necessary system and accessories included for the bone densitometer system. That way the potential buyer can be guaranteed all the essential items would be coming with the unit. This consists of the workstation, printer, manuals, backup disks, etc.
2. Software disks.

Having a backup disk of the software is absolutely necessary if you are selling your unit. Include close up photos that show the legitimacy of the disks.
3. System tags.

Include images of the manufacturer, serial tag, and model number of the unit.
4. The software level.

On the workstation monitor, by clicking on the help tab, you would be able to confirm the model of the unit and what software level the unit would be running.
5. Software options.

A list of all the possible options can be viewed on the system. Since the potential buyer would want to know the options that have been installed, you can specify the inclusions by stating “available” by the options that have been installed.
6. A passed QC report.

Include an image of a passed QC report. That way potential buyers can be briefed on whether the system is calibrated correctly and works in proper order.

Doing the necessary work is essential to make sure the potential buyer is equipped with the answers they need regarding the machine to make a valid sale.

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