Working in tandem with high-speed C-arm acquisition, high-resolution detectors and a high-powered workstation, advanced and exclusive Infinix-i software applications achieve the highest image quality at the lowest possible dose.
Treatment Planning and Advanced Visualization
Cardiac CTA Analysis
CT Cardiac Analysis enables physicians to determine the presence and extent of coronary obstructive disease by displaying the extracted anatomy in a variety of views.
The interface and automated tools help to efficiently analyze the coronary arteries.
CTA TAVR Planning
CT Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) Planning assists with the assessment of the aortic valve and in pre-operative planning and post-operative evaluation of transcatheter aortic valve replacement procedures.
CT Carotid enables the ability to visualize, measure, segment vessel structures, probe individual vessels, measure stenosis, characterize plaque and perform automated vessel measurements.
Visualize vessel structures in 3D or curved inset views and evaluate calcified/non-calcified plaque with an automated color-coding feature.
CTA Vascular Aorta
CT Aorta enables users to visualize, segment, measure and evaluate the aorta vasculature.
CT Brain Perfusion 4D for fX aids with assessing the whole brain and evaluating perfusion deficits by displaying 4D-DSA (digital subtraction angiography) views of blood flow in the vessels and 3D perfusion maps.
It supports the physician in visualizing the apparent blood perfusion in brain tissue affected by acute stroke. Automated tools help to efficiently visualize anatomy and pathology.
MR Vascular evaluates vascular anatomy from MR angiography studies, visualizes and segments vessel structures, probes individual vessels, measures stenosis, evaluates tortuosity, characterizes plaque and performs automated vessel measurements.
MR Brain Tumor
MR Vascular evaluates vascular anatomy from MR angiography studies, visualizes and segments vessel structures, probes individual vessels, measures stenosis, evaluates tortuosity, characterizes plaque, semi-automatic volumetric isolation and measurement of brain tumors from MR studies.
Semi-automated segmentation of brain tissue.
Isolation of enhancing/non-enhancing segments of the tumor.
Can be used in combination with DSA or to supplement DSA or for stand-alone imaging
Dynamic Trace reduces the effects of the bones and enhances background compression to emphasize the blood vessels
3D DA Imaging
Infinix-i systems provide extensive C-arm rotation with high acquisition rates for high quality 3D reconstructions
Powerful 3D multi-modality workstation provides enhanced views of vascular anatomy to aid clinicians in their diagnosis and treatment planning
DICOM networking provides access to patient information and enhances department workflow
Volume Navigation: 3D Roadmap
3D fluoroscopy roadmapping function enables a reconstructed 3D image of vessels and the device-enhanced image to be superimposed on the fluoroscopic image, enabling guidewire manipulation or catheterization to be performed while observing the course of the vessels
The 3D image of the vessels automatically changes according to movement of the C-arm and the tabletop
This provides additional views of vascular anatomy to aid clinicians during interventional procedures
Potential dose savings compared to traditional field of view (FOV) magnifications.
Digitally magnifying the image display from default Magnification Mode
Live digital zoom increases image display size in real time during both fluoroscopy and digital acquisition (DA) offering potential dose savings compared to traditional field of view (FOV) magnifications
A range of digital zoom modes are offered to change image size and support advanced visualization
Used in lower extremity
Takes a mask of abdomen to feet
Second run allows for the table to be moved (stepped)
The clinician follows the injection of contrast from the aorta to the arteries of the feet
Low Contrast Imaging (LCI)
On table identification of large hematomas or soft tissues during procedures
Support drainage placement procedures
Reduce patient transfer from angio table to CT suite
Visualize stent placement
Supports real time navigation of needle insertion during percutaneous procedures; such as biopsy or RF ablation
Identifies the optimum point of needle entry and distance to the targeted anatomy
Acquired LCI or 3D-DA images are superimposed over the live fluoroscopic image to provide visualization of anatomical structures during the procedure
An appropriate panel size is critical to ensuring the best image quality at the lowest dose.
Infinix-i cardiovascular systems are available with different flat panel detector sizes depending on your coverage needs. The overall selection and flexible performance will enhance any imaging department's workflow and patient care.
A uniquely designed mid-sized panel detector provides twice as much anatomical coverage in a single view versus traditional smaller flat panel detectors.
8" x 8" designed primarily for cardiac imaging
New 12" x 12" panel designed for cardiovascular procedures
12" x 16" panel, designed primarily for vascular, but can perform cardiac imaging
All Infinix-i systems utilize intuitive tableside controls, with an ergonomic Hyperhandle, to provide all exam functions at the touch of a button. Once you've learned the system, you can intuitively manipulate the system by touch.
Physicians can quickly navigate through any procedure with Canon Medical Systems' innovative Sequential Navigation. One touch of a button enables navigation through routine settings for each procedure type, while operators can change any parameter throughout the procedure without disrupting Sequential Navigation.
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