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Angiography (Infinix™-i technology)

Image processing

Clear, Advanced, High-Quality Imaging Technology

At the forefront of high-quality imaging, Infinix™-i demonstrates the advanced technologies and imaging capabilities of Toshiba Medical's unique image processing.

Advanced Image Processing


Extremely Flexible Positioning, Multiaxis Technology

An extensive C-arm positioning range goes far beyond the conventional paradigm of a floor-mounted system. Highly flexible C-arm movement provides coverage of both the upper and lower extremities. This versatile system is particularly useful for performing examinations without moving the patient.

Full head-to-toe coverage
C-arm longitudinal movement

The system provides full head-to-toe coverage of the patient without the need to move the catheterization table. This is particularly effective for interventional procedures involving the lower extremities.

Upper-extremity coverage from fingertip to fingertip
C-arm lateral movement

The system provides full coverage of both upper extremities from fingertip to fingertip without the need to move the catheterization table. This is effective not only for procedures performed using a brachial approach, but also for angiographic imaging for hemodialysis access or pacemaker placement.

Highly flexible positioning for access to the patient's head
To provide sufficient space at the patient head end, the C-arm can be rotated 270 degrees around the floor rotation axis, ensuring sufficient room for anesthesia equipment, an ultrasound system, and surgical staff. The FPD also rotates automatically according to arm movement to prevent images from appearing tilted on the monitor.


Time-saving technologies, intelligent support for advanced procedures

Robust multitasking and advanced automated processing technologies ensure smooth and efficient examinations, reducing pressure on medical staff during time-sensitive catheterization procedures.

Basic preprogrammed procedure settings: Sequential Navi
The basic settings required for routine examinations can be selected with a single button press. The arm position, reference image display, and imaging program can be set in synchronization with the flow of the PCI procedure, ensuring efficient diagnosis and treatment.

Efficient workflow, multitasking
During fluoroscopy or radiography, it is possible to play back reference images in cine mode, to switch the reference images, and to perform filming, image processing, and stenosis ratio analysis. Moreover, image data can be recorded to CD-R or transferred to/from the network as background processing. In conventional systems, such tasks must be performed before or after the examination. In this system, they can be performed in parallel with the examination, ensuring the most efficient use of time.


Reduced exposure dose

Safe, Patient- and Operator-Friendly Technologies

Low-dose mode, low-rate pulsed fluoroscopy, fluoroscopic image acquisition functions, and compensation filters can be selected according to the clinical requirements, reducing the exposure dose to the patient and the operator.

Toshiba Medical's unique dose management system

  • Dose Tracking System (DTS)
    See radiation exposure in real-time like never before.
    That's not just color you see. It's patient safety. Toshiba Medical's new Dose Tracking System, an innovative skin-dose management.
  • Spot Fluoroscopy
    A new dose management tool for Infinix™-i. This very unique technology allows clinicians to view larger image display area with lower dose than offered by other's technology.
  • Low-rate pulsed fluoroscopy
    Fluoroscopy can be performed with a lower pulse rate according to the clinical requirements. The pulse rate can be selected in 9 steps from 1 fps to 30 fps, permitting the exposure dose to be significantly reduced.
  • Virtual collimation
    The system allows the operator to set the X-ray beam limiting device and compensation filter with Last Image Hold (LIH), eliminating the need to perform fluoroscopy for positioning.
  • Beam hardening filter
    Low-energy X-rays are reduced, minimizing patient skin exposure.
  • Fluoroscopic image recording
    Fluoroscopic images can be recorded in cine or still mode with a single button press. Fluoroscopy can replace conventional radiographic imaging for recording the position of a device, reducing the exposure dose.