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OUR PRODUCTS

Evolved far beyond the one-size-fits-all of today's mobile fluoro systems.

Simple yet state-of-the-art. Building upon the foundations of fluoroscopic imaging, PortaVision’s revolutionary mobile fluoroscopic systems are the industry’s first mobile fluoroscopic systems to address the technological limitation of current mobile C-Arm systems. Our breakthrough mobile fluoroscopic X-ray imaging techniques make it quick, easy and affordable to bring these technologies to hospital intensive care units, patient bedsides, emergency rooms, surgery centers, imaging centers, and nursing home/home healthcare centers—environments inaccessible with traditional systems until now. The competitive advantage of these innovative mobile fluoroscopic systems stems from patented, game-changing technology that electronically ensures X-ray source to flat panel detector alignment both prior to and during bedside fluoroscopic procedures. PortaVision’s innovative mobile fluoroscopic X-ray systems will transform vision into reality by bringing the immeasurable value of mobile fluoroscopy X-ray imaging to countless fragile immobile patients who are underserved, and potentially compromised, by traditional systems. Use the links below to learn more about our individual machines, and their best use-case scenarios.

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Provides neonatal clinicians with medical innovations that address a significant, yet unmet need. Until the development of PortaVision's NeoRay Pulse, fluoroscopic procedures were not possible in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).

Virtual C-NEO 
 

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Provides neonatal clinicians with medical innovations that address a significant, yet unmet need. Until the development of PortaVision's Virtual C-Neo, fluoroscopic procedures were not possible in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).

Virtual C-DRF
 

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The Virtual C-DRF brings breakthrough mobile fluoroscopic X-ray imaging into hospital intensive care units, patient bedsides, emergency rooms, surgery centers, and imaging centers.

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