Siemens Siremobil Compact Features Versatile Compact size High image quality Single key operation Highly mobile Dual Mode 9/6 with Digistore 100 and laser targeting Siemens Siremobil Compact Specifications Versatility The capabilities and performance of SIREMOBIL® Compact have established it as a reliable, versatile & economical mobile C-arm designed to meet the full requirements of today’s surgery. Whether used in traditional applications like orthopedics, or in the growing areas of vascular intervention, gastrointestinal surgery or minimally invasive procedures, SIREMOBIL Compact provides advanced features, thoughtful design and Siemens’ quality. Compact Size Transportability and maneuverability are optimized with its small footprint and the extended, Counterbalanced C-arm design. The system features a streamlined user interface for fast, efficient and easy operation. Image Quality The SIREMOBIL brand name is known for its superior imaging components, and SIREMOBIL Compact carries on the legacy. While image quality is maximized, all operating modes are optimized toward dose savings. Subtraction and Roadmap The vascular memory offers subtraction at the touch of a button for accurate visualization during interventional procedures, as well as roadmap for fast, easy positioning during catheterization and dilatation. Networking Keeping pace with the industry’s development in networking, SIREMOBIL Compact can be equipped with on and off-line communication capabilities. High Duty, Lower Dose. SIREMOBIL Compact is equipped with a high-duty X-ray generator to meet even the most demanding clinical applications. Challenging projections, like lateral lumbars, which require penetration of dense anatomy, are easily mastered. When cardiology applications such as EP studies and pacemakers placement demand exceptionally long fluoro times, you’re ready. SIREMOBIL Compact’s uniquely designed X-ray tube provides fluoro times virtually without limit – over 50 minutes – with high image quality and lowest possible dose. Long fluoro times are even more important as mobile C-arms are used increasingly as back-up systems for other modalities.