The future of Fluoroscopic Imaging
Innovative Imaging Products that Exceed Expectations.
PortaVision’s revolutionary Virtual C-Arm technology provides bedside Radiographic, Multi-Rad and Pulse Fluoroscopic imaging, protecting the most fragile among us when they need it most.
WHY VIRTUAL C-ARM?
PortaVision Medical focuses on the unique challenges of caring for fragile, immobile, or remote-location patients that are underserved by traditional mobile C-Arm systems. By identifying and fulfilling mobile fluoroscopic opportunities that are not addressed by traditional systems, we improve the quality of patient care, add convenience, and provide high-quality, cost-effective technology that consistently results in improved patient outcomes.
Virtual C-Arm Systems are simple, yet state-of-the-art, and have evolved far beyond the one-size-fits-all of today’s traditional mobile C-Arm fluoroscopic imaging systems. By relying on a virtual C-Arm, as opposed to a physical or traditional C-Arm, the technology brings breakthrough mobile fluoroscopic X-ray imaging capabilities into:
Rural & Global Healthcare
WHY VIRTUAL C-ARM?
WHAT SETS US APART?
Virtual vs. Traditional Mobile C-Arm Technology
The competitive advantage of the innovative Virtual C-Arm System stems from our patented, game-changing technology; this technology eliminates the need for a mechanical C-Arm by:
Electronically ensuring the X-ray source is aligned to the flat-panel detector prior to and during bedside fluoroscopic procedures
Utilizing industry-first static and dynamic cassette-sized flat-panel detectors
Advanced image processing software powered by artificial intelligence
PortaVision’s innovative, cutting-edge Virtual C-Arm Systems transform vision into reality by bringing the immeasurable value of mobile fluoroscopy X-ray imaging to countless fragile and immobile patients.
Virtual C-Arm Neo
PortaVision’s family of Virtual C-Arm Mobile Fluoroscopic Systems are the industry’s first mobile fluoroscopic systems to address the technological limitation of current imaging technologies, and are capable of performing fluoroscopic procedures at any location without the need for a specialized bed or other patient support.