Training for Angiography/Catheterization Equipment

Siemens expertise doesn’t have to come from Siemens

Tired of calling the OEM for service? Technical Prospects’ servicing courses provide you with the knowledge to service the equipment yourself. These extensive lab-based courses cover three major system platforms: the Artis Zee, digital-based Artis dFC, and analog-based Artis FA systems. Get hands-on experience to support your entire lineup of Artis systems.For the safety of students, a prerequisite includes some knowledge of radiation production, which could include the Technical Prospects online X-ray training course.

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Siemens Artis Zee/Artis dFC/FA #AC-A1218 - December 2018

Course Description:

Technical Prospects’ Artis dFC/FA Training Course is an 8-day (Tuesday – Thursday) knowledge and skills development course designed for field service and support personnel. During this course, students engage in discussions, lectures and labs centered on the core principles of operation, configuration, troubleshooting and repair for all primary system components.


It is highly recommended that interested students have the following Knowledge/Experience;

  • Completion of a Radiation Safety Training
  • 2 or more years of industry/military experience working with Fluoroscopy and/or Angiographic/Cardiology based imaging equipment


  • Attendance of an OEM or Technical Prospects’ Fluoroscopic system training course (Certificates may be requested)

Students are required to provide the listed equipment;

  • Personal dosimeter


Upon completion of this training course, students will;

  • Understand terms & symbols used by Siemens
  • Identify, configure, troubleshoot and diagnose components of the Artis dFC/FA;
    • Stand
    • Table
    • Computer system and software interface
    • Imaging systems (Digital and Analog)
    • Polydoros IS and A100 generators
  • Successfully demonstrate functional use of the system
  • Understand the relationships and interactions of all system components
  • Successfully interact with and navigate the system’s Syngo software interface
  • Perform configuration and adjustments via service software

Event Details

Event Date: December 4, 2018 8:00 am

Event End Date: December 13, 2018 3:00 pm

Cut Off Date: November 30, 2018

Individual Price: $9,145.00