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The new Biplanar 500e
State-of-the-art mobile biplane fluoroscopy for intraoperative surgery
More than 1,000 surgeons regularly
operate hips, knees, shoulders and
spine, using the mobile Biplanar™
The Biplanar performs simultaneous fluoroscopy in two planes with seam-
less integration into your workflow.
With a simple tap on the foot control, you are able to see both vertical
and horizontal views, without any need for repositioning.
Surgeons using the Biplanar are able to focus on their work without any
This results in shorter operating time (up to 25 % or more have been re-
corded) and significant dose savings for patients as well as hospital staff.
The new Biplanar 500e is the latest generation of Swemacimaging’s™
original idea, which was the world’s first mobile G-arm introduced in 1974.
Today, the Biplanar is the only tested mobile biplane fluoroscopy system.
Each year over 100,000 interventions are performed worldwide. More
than 1,000 surgeons regularly operate hips, knees, shoulders and spine
using our system. All in all, over two million surgeries have been performed
in 18 countries since the original Biplanar was introduced.
For more information about the new Biplanar 500e, please contact our
Ergonomic steel handrail
makes positioning and
moving the Biplanar easy
Brushed aluminium plate
with angle guide allows
for accurate positioning
New wheels with additional cable
pushers incorporated into the
castors improve manoeuvrability.
The Biplanar has been developed to fully adapt the idea
of mobile biplanar fluoroscopy to the operating workflow.
The new functional design of the Biplanar 500e offers
even more versatility in the operating theatre.
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I strongly recommend using the
Biplanar for orthopaedic surgery
on hips, knees and shoulders.
The advantages are huge – both
from the perspectives of handling
and medical quality, which result
in economic gains.
’’Prof. Dr. Karl-Göran Thorngren
Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery