One System That Works Like Two
Toshiba’s Infinix DP-i is optimized for both cardiac and angiography procedures
Today’s high volume and variety of procedures make a “shared” lab essential for better departmental throughput and workflow in your hospital.
Toshiba’s Infinix Dual Plane (DP-i) shared cardiac and vascular lab has two C-arms creating unencumbered imaging: a C-arm for cardiac, a C-arm for vascular procedures. Along with the unique design of two independent C-arms, the system is comprised of one generator, one angiography table and one digital processor. The dual plane system installation footprint typically fits into the size of a conventional single plane cath lab.
“Coronary artery disease is a strong indicator of peripheral vascular disease, so a system that provides the ability to more accurately image and examine both anatomical areas on the same patient is a true time saver for the clinical staff and department and is better for the patient.”
Approximately 8 million Americans are affected by peripheral arterial disease1.
Boost Productivity with Multi-Tasking Processor
Infinix DP-i has a powerful multi-tasking digital processor with an intuitive user interface.
The result: enhanced workflow with staff concentrating on your patients, while others process images.
Simultaneous functionality during procedures accelerates overall workflow and case management, including:
- Image retrieval
- Post processing
- 1 Rosamond W, Flegal K, Friday G, et al; American Heart Association Statistics Committee, Stroke Statistics Subcommittee. Heart disease and stroke statistics—2007 update: a report from the American Heart Association Statistics Committee and Stroke Statistics Subcommittee [published correction appears in Circulation. 2007 Feb 6;115(5):e172]. Circulation. 2007 Feb 6;115(5):e69-e171. Epub 2006 Dec 28.