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Tilt-C technology that delivers true

imaging flexibility



The Intelli-C offers the latest technology to optimize image quality, reduce dose and improve efficiency in radiology and GI departments.


The leading-edge tilt C-arm can perform a wide range of procedures from radiographic and fluoroscopic to interventional and image-guided GI studies by offering optimized image quality, advanced software and ergonomic design.


  • 17 x 17 inch Cesium Iodide Flat Panel Detector

  • Optional DSA software offers a true multipurpose solution

  • Vertical table elevation starts at 20 inches off the floor

  • Programmable, automatic C-arm positioning

  • The “Save and Restore” feature allows users to save any position permanently

  • Table weight limit of 660 pounds and 27.5 inch width for bariatric patients

  • FPD travel of 76 inches provides exceptional head-to-toe coverage

  • DAP meter for dose recording to PACS

  • Reduce dose to patients and staff

- Carbon fiber table                       

- Low-dose software options

- Virtual collimation

- Radiation-free positioning


All-In-One Solution

Pain Management

  • Epidural Steroid Injections for Cervical, Thoracic, and Lumbar regions

  • Facet Joint Injections

  • Sacroiliac Joint Injections

  • Vertebroplasty

  • Discography

  • Facet Nerve Block

  • Myelogram

  • Kyphoplasty

  • And More...

Radiology / Fluoroscopy (R/F)

  • Upper GI

  • Esophagram

  • Barium Enema

  • Small Bowel

  • Modified Barium Swallow / Video Swallow / Speech

  • Hysterosalpingogram

  • Lumbar Punctures

  • Arthrograms

  • Voiding Cystograms

  • ERCP

  • And More...

Interventional Radiology (IR)

  • Biopsies

  • Biliary drainage and stenting

  • Central and PICC Line placements

  • IVC filters

  • Subclavian Venograms

  • Static DSA or DSA Chase

  • Perm Caths

  • Stents (Requiring angulations vessel origin)

  • Angioplasty (balloon)

  • VCUG

  • Uterine fibroid embolization

  • G-J Tube Insertion

  • Fistulogram

  • Peri-vascular

  • Bolus chase

  • Oblique angles

  • Lumbar punctures

  • Renals

  • Carotids

  • And More...

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