GE Healthcare has obtained 510(k) clearance from the US Food and Administration (FDA) for its Brivo Plus C-arm, which is made available now in the US.
The approval is expected to transform healthcare in private practices and rural hospitals by increasing the access to quality mobile imaging.
With the affordability and reliability of the new Brivo C-arm, effective quality and affordable basic surgical imaging can be provided.
The introduction of the OEC Brivo Plus is the company’s latest addition to its portfolio of surgical C-arms.
The first C-arm from OEC’s Brivo line, the Brivo Plus utilizes enhancements and extras such as Advanced Clear Intelligence imaging, an intuitive user interface, and wireless connectivity give surgical teams the image quality and easy-to-use technology.
GE Healthcare Surgery president and CEO Jim Corrigan said that the C-arm offers an affordable solution without sacrificing the technology and innovation OEC is known for.
"With its compact design and easy maneuverability, the OEC Brivo Plus is a great option for our customers in surgery centers and facilities that need an easy-to-use, accurate mobile C-arm," Corrigan added.