Ziehm Solo is the first choice for small operating rooms. The single unit comprises a compact and versatile C-arm, full-size monitor and intuitive touchscreen user interface. All functions required for an optimal image acquisition, processing and archiving are integrated in the C-arm. Ziehm Solo delivers optimal performance for pain management, orthopedics and lithotripsy. Versatile viewing options such as the separate Ziehm Viewing Station enable the physician to configure the unit according to individual requirements. A variety of options let Ziehm Solo be configured to the needs of the application it will be used for.
Ziehm Solo Highlights:
- Compact design with 24” split screen, flatscreen monitor or 2 x 18” flatscreen monitors mounted on C-arm
- Footprint of only 0,8m²
- Intuitive user interface for easy handling on one single touchscreen
Ziehm Solo Image quality:
- High resolution thanks to 1k x 1k technology and more than 4,000 shades of gray
- Pulsed monoblock 2 kW generator for optimal image quality with up to 25 frames per second
Ziehm Solo Specifications:
Versatile Solution for Small Operating Rooms.Configurable to fit your needs.
Ziehm Solo is one of the most compact C-arms on the market. Ziehm Solo comes standard with a rotating, 24″ splitscreen monitor mounted on the C-arm, eliminating the need for a separate monitor cart. All functions required for image capturing, processing and archiving are integrated into the C-arm. Its compact design and easy-drive system make Ziehm Solo ideal for even the smallest ORs. As with all Ziehm Imaging C-arms, all movements are fully counterbalanced in every position, making the unit extremely convenient to use.
As an option, Ziehm Solo can be easily supplemented with an extra viewing station or with ceiling mounted monitors. The Ziehm Viewing Station provides enhanced flexibility during interventions and includes an additional synchronized Solo Center user interface. This allows you to conveniently operate the system from the Ziehm Viewing Station and C-arm. The optional ceiling-mounted monitors can be mounted to existing suspension systems, giving you additional viewing options while saving space in the OR.
Best Image Quality. Minimum dose. For a wide variety of applications.
– Compact monoblock generator
– Sharp images from pulse technology to reduce motion-related blurring
– Reduced dose from pulse technology
– High dynamic range CCD camera
– 1 k x 1 k resolution with more than 4,000 shades of gray for visualizing small anatomic details
– More generator output contributes to image quality due to minimal generator-to-tube cabling
– Variety of contrast rich display options
– Optimal viewing of the fi nest details from any angle
Ziehm Solo is optionally available with Object Detected Dose Control (ODDC). This function adapts all settings to the patient’s anatomy. Thanks to 256 measurement cells, it automatically detects the object’s position in the whole fi eld of view and adjusts the system accordingly to always get a crystal-clear image – even if the object is not centered. It also dynamically adjusts generator output and video levels to the patient’s anatomy by detecting motion and any metallic devices placed in the area of interest. Both patients and OR staff benefit from fast, superb-quality imaging and minimal dose levels.
Comprehensive Concept for Dose Reduction
Ziehm Imaging has incorporated SmartDose in the current generation of mobile C-arms. This comprehensive concept for dose reduction allows the physician and staff to significantly reduce dose while optimizing image quality. SmartDose benefits both patients and staff alike. With savings up to 60 % Ziehm Imaging sets the standard in user-friendly adjustment of dose exposure.
New Dimension in User-Friendliness. Tailored support for clinical workflows with new levels of intuitive guidance.
Ziehm Solo’s user interface and intelligent user menus provide simple and intuitive operation. You will benefit from synchronized touch screens featuring clear and easy-to-follow icons. Ziehm SmartEye technology mirrors the monitor image to the touchscreen, giving the operator a live image to keep track of current image orientation and object position. From a shortlist of anatomical programs, the operator simply selects the desired option, and Ziehm Solo automatically adjusts system performance to the region of interest, always ensuring the best image at the lowest possible dose.
Ziehm Solo’s open Ziehm NetPort interface enables easy integration into existing IT networks. X-rays saved in DICOM 3.0 format are transferred to the PACS, and patient data can be exchanged with HIS / RIS. Data can be retrieved from the monitor cart at any time. It can also be backed up to DVD or USB stick and printed on transparencies or paper.
Fit for The Future
The graphical user interface and the open, modular software architecture ensure maximum flexibility. Ziehm Solo can be upgraded and expanded as needs change.