Siemens Healthineers crosses the milestone of producing 500 units of Cios Fit, a mobile c-arm in India
Reaffirms our commitment to transforming care delivery in India, by improving access to high-quality healthcare for all Conceptualized, designed, and manufactured in India for the world, Cios Fit is a mobile C-arm designed for
- Reaffirms our commitment to transforming care delivery in India, by improving access to high-quality healthcare for all
- Conceptualized, designed, and manufactured in India for the world, Cios Fit is a mobile C-arm designed for demanding multidisciplinary environments in busy Operating Rooms
Siemens Healthineers achieved yet another milestone in its journey of transforming care delivery in India. The future-ready medical imaging manufacturing facility at Bengaluru produced 500 units of Cios Fit, a multidisciplinary mobile C-arm, conceptualized, designed, and manufactured in India and exported to over 47 countries across the globe.
Cios Fit, is designed for the tough environment in an OR, where multiple procedures are performed in a day, and keeping in mind the high patient load at the medical institutions. Since the start of manufacturing in 2019, Cios Fit has been helping healthcare providers deliver high-value care for their patients. Despite the challenges imposed by the pandemic over the past two years, agile processes and dedicated efforts of the team ensured reaching this benchmark.
Speaking on this milestone, Vivek Kanade, Managing Director, Siemens Healthcare Private Limited said, “This is indeed an encouraging moment for our entire team. Their dedication ensured we met our commitments despite turbulent times. Entrusted to transforming care delivery in India, Cios Fit truly resonates with our purpose. We pioneer breakthroughs in healthcare. For Everyone. Everywhere.”
Siemens Healthineers recently inaugurated the new production line at the Bengaluru facility to manufacture Computed Tomography Scanners under the PLI scheme and launched MAGNETOM Free.Star, a disruptively simple approach to MRI that transforms access to high-value care.