Philips – Bv Pulsera 2007-2014

Philips Pulsera C-ARM

  1. Basic Equipment Information
    • Model: Philips Pulsera C-ARM
    • This model is an advanced fluoroscopy system primarily used in surgical procedures, providing real-time visualization of internal structures using image intensification technology.
  2. Key Technical Features
    • Image Type: Utilizes digital technology to capture and process images, allowing for clear visualization of internal patient details.
    • Monitor: Equipped with a single flat touchscreen monitor that enhances user interaction and improves accessibility to critical functions.
  3. Image Intensifier
    • The system includes an image intensifier essential for procedures requiring high precision and detail, significantly enhancing the quality of the obtained images.


  1. Image Storage and Management Capacity
    • Image Storage: Capable of storing up to 4,000 images, ideal for lengthy sessions or multiple procedures without the need for constant data transfer.
    • Last Image Hold (LIH): This feature keeps the last captured image displayed on the monitor, facilitating comparisons and references during the procedure.
  2. Advanced Image Enhancement Functions
    • Patient Key-Pad Entry: Allows for easy patient data entry directly from the operating room, streamlining the operational process.
    • Contrast Expansion and Automatic Edge Enhancement: These technologies enhance image edges and contrasts, crucial for detecting fine details.
    • Frame Averaging: This function reduces image noise by averaging multiple frames, resulting in a clearer and less grainy image.
    • Auto Dose Rate: Automatically adjusts the radiation used, optimizing the dose based on specific procedural needs and minimizing patient exposure.
    • Ethernet Port: Facilitates network connection for data transfer and access to hospital information systems.
    • Printer: Allows for immediate printing of images for physical documentation or review during the procedure.
    • Foot Switch: Provides hands-free control over some equipment functions, essential for maintaining sterility.
    • DiCom Compatibility: Ensures interoperability with other medical systems and devices compatible with DiCom, facilitating the integration and management of medical images.
    • CD Drive: Includes an option to export images to CD, providing an additional method for data storage and clinical data sharing.