ARTIS phenoCutting-edge robotic imaging for multiple surgical disciplines
Today’s surgery departments face complex challenges. Health economic demands, advances in medicine and research, and intense competition often prompt investments in minimally invasive operating techniques and a supporting Hybrid OR. Over a thousand installations worldwide show that ARTIS pheno can be a critical success factor in this endeavor.
As a unique robotic C-arm, ARTIS pheno helps you transform care delivery by adding great versatility to the Hybrid OR. Ready to help you perform both standard and the most difficult approaches, ARTIS pheno accommodates highly diverse procedures, disciplines, or patient positions.
Advance your case mix
A Hybrid OR must deliver
Between the poles of market demands and given budgets, effective resource management is key. A Hybrid OR must accommodate a multitude of procedures and individual patient conditions. At the same time, it must support the needs of surgeons performing in various disciplines and fulfill the hospital’s current and future requirements.
Great versatility for the Hybrid OR
Ready for current and future demands
Discover the range of different procedures supported by ARTIS pheno – from performing standard surgical procedures to reproducing or inventing leading-edge ones. ARTIS pheno supports your requirements now and in the future.
Ready for deep brain stimulation
What our customers are saying5,6
Case Flows are the next step to support the procedure by brining ease to the handling of the system – they help to focus on the patient and not on handling the system.
Optimize clinical operations
Inefficiencies can be costly
Time-consuming manual workflows, heterogeneous image quality, unwanted variations in procedural outcomes, and staff training needs are obstacles to treatment in the Hybrid OR. From a resource management perspective, unnecessary tasks or workflow steps can lead to unnecessary expenditures and lost productivity.
Standardized image-guided surgery
ARTIS pheno with procedural intelligence eliminates repetitive input steps or manual adjustment of settings. It enables simplified image-guided surgery and consistent workflows. ARTIS pheno offers intra-operative support, intelligent optimization of image quality in support of ALARA dose, and automated C-arm positioning – so that users may focus on the patient rather than on the imaging system.
Watch the video to find out how ARTIS pheno with procedural intelligence helps you standardize surgical workflows in the Hybrid OR.
Maintain infection control
Keeping hospital environments clean is crucial
Proper infection control is key for the safety of patients and staff in your hospital. It can be hard to keep up with the vast number of pathogens, however.
Comply with infection control standards
ARTIS pheno helps you be at the forefront of this important topic. The imaging system features internal cable guidance and seamless, spill-sealed covers with evenly smooth surfaces, making it easy to clean. In addition its painting has significant antimicrobial effect on non-sporulating bacteria. This way, ARTIS pheno can help you strive to maintain high infection control standards.
Watch the video to find out how ARTIS pheno simplifies cleaning and how simple it is to clean ARTIS pheno.
CleanGuide – Comprehensive cleaning concept
- Recommendations for cleaning agents
- Guidance for optimal cleaning procedures
Floor-mounted to keep the ceiling free
Minimum room size
35 m2 (377 ft2)
Recommended room size
>= 68 m2 (732 ft2)
9 axes for positioning of the C-arm, SID lift, and Detector + Collimator rotation
Wide space C-arm
130 cm (51") SID and 95.5 cm (37.5") usable clearance for easy patient access and C-arm positioning
Intraprocedural 3D imaging position
Head side and lateral
Flexible isocenter 104 cm (40.95")10 - 150 cm (59.1")
Max. 3D volume size (diameter x height)
43 cm x 17.5 cm (17" x 7.9") or 32 cm x 23.5 cm (13" x 9.3")
30 x 40 detector
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The statements with footnotes in this document are based on a result of the quoted clinical study that evaluates the procedure. The results are not generated with the actual product version. It is expected that the actual product version has similar or improved functionality to support the evaluated procedure.
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