U.K. hospital installs Medtronic O-ArmBy AuntMinnieEurope.com staff writers
April 25, 2012 -- The BMI Clementine Churchill Hospital in London has become the first hospital in the U.K. to install interventional technology firm Medtronic's spinal O-Arm imaging system, according to BMI Healthcare.
Medtronic's O-Arm system provides surgeons with real-time, 3D images, as well as multiplane, 2D, and fluoroscopic imaging of a patient during their operation. It allows spinal surgeons to view the patient's anatomy in the operative position, monitor the status of the surgery, and verify surgical changes made during surgery, BMI Healthcare said.
Medtronic gets CE Mark for MRI pacing leads, March 5, 2012
Medtronic brings SureScan to Europe, March 17, 2010
Medtronic gets CE Mark for MRI pacemaker, November 17, 2008
BrainLab wins settlement from Medtronic, October 3, 2008
Medtronic begins Endurant trial, December 17, 2007
Copyright © 2012 AuntMinnieEurope.com
Last Updated rm 4/25/2012 9:29:42 AM