An aging population and shift towards outpatient facility care means increased patient volumes for pain management practices. To optimize your clinical operation and serve your community, you’ll need a C-arm that can support your cases, your staff, and your practice - all while keeping costs down.
Introducing the Cios Select
Equipped with proven, high-quality image intensifier technology and enhanced by IDEAL dose management, a wireless footswitch1, and advanced cyber security, the Cios Select delivers excellent images, easy handling, and high system uptime.
- The Cios Select is reliable, with 99.8% system uptime2.
- The Cios Select is streamlined with smart, automated algorithms like IDEAL dose management, metal correction, and noise reduction.
- The Cios Select is easy to use, with an intuitive user interface consistent across all imaging modalities for easy transition between procedure times.
Available with Flat-Panel Detector or Image Intensifier
Cios Select with FD
Combining accuracy with productivity and reliability, Cios Select with flat-detector technology gives you access to optimal support in surgical procedures, efficient workflows, and high dependability in multidisciplinary use.
Cios Select with II
The Cios Select is equipped with proven, high-quality image intensifier technology, enhanced by IDEAL dose management, a wireless footswitch, and advanced cyber security. The result is a system that delivers excellent images, easy handling, and high system uptime.
A cost-effective solution for pain management practices
Cios Select systems undergo rigorous in-house testing of over 441,000 cycles before arriving at your facility. The result? 99.8% uptime across our install based of over 10,000 systems around the world2.
High-quality imaging for optimal outcomes.
From epidural steroid and sacroiliac injections to nerve ablation and nerve blocks, patient needs for chronic pain management can differ. The Cios Select can image laterally in tough spots like the shoulder, neck or cervical - to help your staff get the images they need.
To minimize dose exposure for you, your staff and your patients, the Cios Select features an integrated laser light localizer for quick, confident, radiation-free C-arm positioning. The Cios Select is available with either high-resolution flat detector or image intensifier technology, and easy dose level options to further supports low-dose programs.
Lumbar Nerve Block with Injections
Lumbar Nerve Block
AP Cervical Nerve Block
Lateral Cervical Nerve Block
Easy maneuverability for optimal positioning
System maneuverability is key to a more precise targeted needle path. An easy-to-move system means staff can approach the site from different angles and, potentially, better visualize critical anatomy during the procedure. The Cios Select is a fully counter balanced system, which allows for easy transitions from one angle to the next. With a dual HD monitor trolly, you can position the screens for easy viewing.
One of the lightest Mobile C-arms in its class, the Cios Select offers a lightweight, highly movable design. With a small footprint and a large immersion depth for better patient access, the system was engineered with access in mind, offering easy maneuverability and simple touch screen capabilities to support extensive angulation capabilities for precise surgical interventions.
“I’ve used other equipment but the nimbleness and ease of use of the Siemens [Healthineers] has led our practice to only purchasing C-arms over the last 10 years. The price range is comparatively cost-effective and you’re getting a facile machine that is providing excellent care for the patient.”
Dr. Paul Singh
Founder & Medical Director of Carolina Spine Center
“I've worked with other machines, and maneuvering the Siemen [Healthineers] Cios Select is like butter. The Siemens [Healthineers] Cios Select allows the assistant to move from inputting the patient information to scouting quick images for the doc in an expedient manner… In regards to the field of “Pain medicine” the machine checks all the boxes and exceeds expectations in image quality and speed of performance.”
Medical Assistant at Carolina Spine Center