A range of diagnostic imaging and minimally invasive surgical procedures are performed with G-arm medical imaging systems, which are based on fluoroscopic X-ray. The name comes from the G-shaped arm that joins two X-ray generators and two X-ray detectors, also known as image intensifiers or digital flat panel detectors, to one another.
The fundamental benefit of the G-arm over a traditional C-arm system is that it combines two X-ray chains to enable simultaneous views in two perpendicular planes, commonly known as G-arm imaging.Because of the advantages of simultaneously viewing two perpendicular planes Hip, knee, and spine surgeries, as well as other orthopaedic and traumatic surgery procedures, are the principal uses for G-arm medical imaging equipment.
The Swedish business Saab AB, which produced aerospace and automobiles and was also active in the medical device industry at the time, filed a patent for the G-Arm Imaging system.
The two x-ray chains in the original product were mounted on an annular platform. The Multiplane product has some practical drawbacks as a result of the stand’s closed design. Later, a portion of the annular stand was removed, giving rise to the G-arm.
The Global G-arm medical imaging system market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
The G-Arm imaging Duo has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), according to Whale Imaging Inc. The Duo is the G-next Arm’s iteration, featuring significant advancements like axial tilt and improved table access.
This new approach was created to aid the user in increasing accuracy while minimising radiation, time, and illness. Whale engineers incorporated several new capabilities, including axial tilt, and made the Duo compatible with all surgical tables.
Whale’s special capacity to simultaneously fire two X-ray beams gives the client bi-lateral video and photos, providing the user with a more thorough picture than a conventional C-arm. The X-Beam technology and iC-Clear algorithms used by G-Arm enable it to deliver the best image while emitting the least amount of radiation.
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