STILLE Founded in 1841, is one of the oldest medical device companies in the world.
STILLE produces and sells high-quality surgical imaging tables to physicians worldwide, Improving
surgical safety and efficiency.
STILLE markets and sells ImagiQ2 table in Europe, US,
Australia, Japan and Canada.
ImagiQ2 surgical imaging table is setting new low-dose
standards in the OR Designed with perfection for
image guided endovascular procedures.
ImagiQ2 table has a free floating technology in any
desired direction that increase efficiency
in the OR, helping reducing high translucent
carbon fibertable top (0.4 mm Aluminum Attenuation)
for image based surgical procedures.
ImagiQ2 surgical imaging table is a specialty table for
minimally invasive procedures, with pricing,
safety and features optimized for both in-and
OrthoScan is a global medical device company based in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA.
OrthoScan was founded in 2002, and became the leader in the mini c-arm market and an innovator in clinical imaging.
The company is continuing to develop orthopedic imaging devices with the backing of their ownership group ATON GmbH, also owner of Ziehm Imaging.
OrthoScan was founded to provide state-of-the-art innovative imaging solutions to orthopaedic surgeons and radiologists by fluoroscopic imaging of the extremities in surgery and clinic.
OrthoScan, the market leader in mini c-arm imaging, introduces FD Pulse — the first and only mini c-arm with pulsed fluoroscopy.
FD Pulse provides dose reduction with state-of-the-art image quality. The square-shaped CMOS flat detector provides the greatest field of view, enabling the user to see more anatomy and allows optimal positioning in the surgical environment.
Ziehm Imaging GmbH was founded in Nuremberg in 1972 and is specialized in the development, production and global marketing of mobile X-ray based imaging solutions (C-arms).
The medical technology company, with its headquarters in Nuremberg has international offices in the USA, Italy, France, Finland, Singapore, China, Russia, Brazil and South Africa, and is supported by a network of global distribution partners.
The core competence and focus on intra-operative imaging and innovative X-ray technologies are implemented consistently at Ziehm Imaging by high investment in research and development for more than 42 years.
Mobile X-ray-based imaging solutions from Ziehm Imaging are used in spine surgery, orthopedics, traumatology, vascular surgery and further clinical applications.
The digital C-arms are also used in interventional radiology and cardiology and cardiac surgery.
Physicians that perform complex surgical interventions have the prospect of a mobile imaging solution with the capabilities and features demanded by a fixed installed hybrid OR, with the added advantages of no installation costs and the flexibility of a mobile C-arm.
Due to intraoperative 3D imaging the risk of a second surgery and the radiation exposure for the patient can be reduced to a minimum.
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1992 was awarded to Georges Charpak for his invention and development of high energy particle flat detectors.
This detector device gave birth to EOS. It enabled X-ray imaging to be performed at a much lower dose with an expanded dynamic range and without the vertical distortion inherent in today's long length film and digital imaging systems.
EOS® 2D/3D imaging system is specifically adapted to the needs of orthopedic surgeons and radiologists. This personalized imaging tool gives a precise 3D image of the patient's skeleton in the upright position that can be used to inform all aspects of care.
EOS® captures whole body images of a standing patient in a single scan without any stitching or vertical distortion. Frontal and lateral digital images of any length can be obtained simultaneously, with an outstanding image quality.
The Company has obtained authorization to market the system in 51 countries. The Company is based in Paris and has five subsidiaries in Besançon (France), Cambridge (Massachusetts), Montreal (Canada), Frankfurt (Germany) and Singapore.
Established in 2006 and based in Israel, Medic Vision® specializes in the development, production and sale of imaging solutions dedicated to the enhancement of medical imaging.
Medic Vision's sophisticated proprietary algorithms technology for fast and precise image enhancement provide the platform on which current products as well as future products under development are based. These solutions are universal, making them ideal for direct end-user applications as well as for incorporation by imaging system and PACS manufacturers into their existing platforms/product offerings.
SafeCT®, Medic Vision's flagship product, dramatically enhances the SNR (Signal-to-Noise Ratio) of low-dose CT images generated by conventional scanners, offering the potential for 80% dose reduction with no trade-off in terms of image quality and diagnostic value.
The FDA-cleared SafeCT has legal clearance also for the European market under the CE mark.
Planmed, a Planmeca company dedicates its effort to the development, manufacturing and marketing of advanced imaging equipment and accessories that provide a unique combination of image quality and ease of use for medical imaging. Planmed Verity® utilizes CBCT (Cone Beam Computed Tomography) technology to provide high resolution volumetric (3D) images of the extremities and maxillofacial area at a particularly low dose.
Compact, stand-alone and mobile Planmed Verity can fit into almost any existing X-ray room and can be easily sited even side by side with other imaging equipment. With adjustable, soft surfaced gantry and dedicated patient positioning trays Planmed Verity provides affordable, versatile patient positioning and optimized patient comfort.