Infinix-i Angiography
Infinix-i

System configurations to meet your clinical needs.


Angiography

Unparalleled Access and Coverage

Infinix-i systems are designed around physicians, staff and patients in order to maximize flexibility, minimize exposure and optimize image quality for interventional radiology. So whether clinicians are performing an embolization, angioplasty, shunt repair or other image-guided procedure, they’re always perfectly positioned for greater efficiency and patient safety.

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Infinix-i C-arms Surgical Imaging

Advanced Image Applications

Superb 3D Imaging

Infinix-i provides a broad range of advanced 3D applications to create even greater confidence in the ability to deliver image-guided therapies more accurately and efficiently.

Advanced Visualization

3D Angio Angio
3D DSA Technology

"We’ve had Cardiologist, Vascular Surgeons and Neuro Surgeons all working on a single patient at the same time looking at different things and views, only this system would have allowed such configurations to take place."

Dr. Ken Snyder,
Professor of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Radiology
Gates Vascular Institute

Experience

Clinical Gallery

Parametric Imaging*

Pre and Post lateral DSA

Parametric Imaging displays an entire image sequence as a single composite image that is color coded in order to characterize the contrast media dynamics and to allow easier visual evaluation.

Color Coded Circulation (CCC) can create movies by shifting color scale gradually so that it is easy to understand vessel flow.

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*Parametric Imaging Software is not intended for stand-alone use or diagnosis.

Color Coded Circulation

Dose Management

Optimized Dose Management

Dose Management

Infinix-i systems incorporate industry leading automated and user-selectable dose management tools, designed to minimize patient X-ray exposure while maintaining optimum image quality.

Infinix-i Benefits

A multidisciplinary cooperation and partnership.

Toshiba Stroke & Vascular
Research Center

Given its complex nature, stroke therapy research demands a truly multidisciplinary approach. Recognizing this need for collaboration in stroke research, UBNS chairman and pioneering neurosurgeon, L.N. Hopkins, M.D., co-founded University at Buffalo's Toshiba Stroke & Vascular Research Center in 1997. Today, the center still stands as a quintessential example of multidisciplinary cooperation and partnership.

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White Papers and Case Studies

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