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Ziehm Imaging Extends its Training Offer
Date:10/13/2008

Ziehm Academy - New Courses on the Practical Implementation of

Intra-Operative Imaging

NUREMBERG, Germany, October 13 /PRNewswire/ -- After the successful start of the worldwide Ziehm Academy Education Program at the beginning of the year, Ziehm Imaging, provider of mobile x-ray based imaging systems, is consequently expanding its training offer. The Ziehm Academy provides training in line with international standards, in order to keep its partners up to date with the latest developments in intra-operative x-ray-based imaging and to make the optimal use of mobile C-arms in a clinical environment possible.

At the beginning of 2008, Ziehm Imaging founded its Academy, consisting of a comprehensive education program for its clinical partners and users. Since then around 1000 participants have been intensively educated all over the world in all the relevant aspects for the optimal use of mobile C-arms in a clinical environment. Through initial training, hands-on workshops and special advanced courses students receive detailed technical and service knowledge about the entire range of Ziehm Imaging products and their clinical user area, for example in orthopedics and traumatology.

"In the last few years mobile radioscopy equipment has made huge leaps forward through the implementation of modern technology. Today, the mobile C-arm provides excellent picture quality and in conjunction with computer-aided surgery is developing new areas of implementation, e.g. endoscopic surgery," explains Martin Herzmann, Director of Global Marketing at Ziehm Imaging. "Development work is not sufficient to make innovative technology a safe and effective tool for surgeons. Ensuring that the user receives continual education is of key importance for the integration and acceptance of the newest technology. At the Ziehm Academy we offer comprehensive training, tailored precisely to the needs of the user. It is our aim to improve the clin
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