Toshiba’s Infinix Essential helps Hospitals address their Interventional Cardiology Needs

Toshiba America Medical Systems, Inc introduces the Infinix Essential x-ray system for interventional cardiac procedures for hospitals challenged to do more for less. With its slim, floor mounted C-arm, the system allows steep angulations for optimized vessel profiling during cardiac interventions. The system allows for facilities to upgrade as their capabilities increase to perform procedures such as TAVR or left atrial appendage closures.

 Cardiology C-ArmInfinix Essential is available with a comprehensive set of dose management optimising tools, including Spot Aluroscopy, Dose Tracking System (DTS) and Advanced Image Processing (AIP).

“Reform requires hospitals to provide the same standard of care with fewer resources, and Toshiba is responding to these changes by introducing the Infinix Essential,” said David Sloop, director, X-ray Vascular Business Unit, Toshiba. “Toshiba’s entire Infinix product line is designed to provide our customers with the right technology for better patient care and the new business environment.”

According to the product page, the key features are:

  • Greater coverage to the pelvis without having to pivot the gantry
  • High-speed rotational capability enables single injection coronary rotations
  • Steep angulations for optimized vessel profiling during interventional procedures
  • An adjustable table height and weight capacity of up to 484 lbs. improves access and convenience while accommodating larger patients
  • Optimized monitor boom placement that allows unobstructed line-of-sight monitor viewing for clinician comfort
  • Can be configured with an 8″ x 8″ or 12″ x 12″ detector