News | Angiography | October 09, 2019

Program provides latest interventional technology while reducing cost and installation time

Canon Medical Launches Alphenix Encore Plus Program

October 9, 2019 — In the complex and fast-paced world of healthcare, customers face the challenge of staying up-to-date with the most advanced systems while also keeping costs down. Providers now have a solution from Canon Medical Systems USA: the Alphenix Encore Plus Program. The program enables customers to upgrade their aging angiography systems to the latest technology while maintaining many existing parts, delivering clinical excellence, operational continuity and cost savings.

This upgrade ensures minimal disruption for existing Canon Medical customers, using the current angiography system’s existing footprint and components — such as lights and shields — to reduce cost and installation time. In addition, access to new features such as a large monitor, advanced cybersecurity and a future upgrade path delivers the advantages of a completely new interventional system.

The Encore Plus Program is currently available to customers with existing Infinix-i systems to upgrade to the Alphenix platform. In line with Canon Medical’s Collaborative Imaging philosophy, the program aims to provide customers the technology they need to deliver a high level of patient-centric care. The upgrade includes enhanced image quality with 16-bit grayscale and more than 65,000 levels of depth.

The all-new system enhancements come in addition to the quality, security and training that Canon Medical offers. Customers can take advantage of a Performance Pro, which guarantees 100 percent satisfaction for lifecycle education and provides the same training and warranty available with a brand-new system.

For more information: www.us.medical.canon


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