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Fluoro-Spine with Instratrak 3500 - Spine

Description: GE's surgical navigation for Spine is the first system to integrate C-arm fluoroscopy with electromagnetic tracking technology. Instratrak 3500 - spine Multi-application electromagnetic surgical navigation system for ENT, cranial and spine procedures....
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GE Healthcare-Product Specifications -InstraTrak™ 3500 - Spine

Applications available for ENT, Cranial and Spine ... Flat panel display features 42" articulated arm. 18" positional touch-screen for optimal surgical viewing ...

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GE Healthcare proud to offer ILUMA Cone Beam CT Scanner, ENT CT Scanner with Cone Beam CT Imaging. With GE ... GE InstraTrak 3500 Plus. LOGIQ e Ultrasound ...

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Fluoroscopy Systems - Neurological Product Matrix - Medcompare

Fluoroscopy Systems - Neurological Product Matrix - Medcompare. Medcompare - The Buyer's Guide ... Fluoro-Spine with Instratrak™ 3500 - Spine. GE Healthcare ...

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The Portage County Nursing Home, which is housed on the Robinson Memorial ... The InstraTrak system, which was recently introduced at the hospital, is video ...
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