News | Interventional Radiology | October 01, 2015

Toshiba’s Infinix 4DCT Seamlessly Integrates IR and CT into One Solution

September 25, 2015 — The Infinix 4DCT is the industry’s first seamless integration of interventional radiology (IR) and computed tomography (CT) technology into one solution. The innovative merging of Toshiba’s Infinix Elite angiography system and Aquilion One Vision Edition CT system allows clinicians to plan, treat and verify in a single clinical setting. 

The system eliminates transferring patients between departments, allowing clinicians to decrease procedure time and maintain patient safety. The Infinix Elite provides precision and flexibility during intervention, while the Aquilion One Vision Edition is capable of capturing an entire organ in one rotation with 640 slices and 16 cm true anatomical coverage, producing image quality that far exceeds CT-like imaging of the interventional lab. Toshiba’s third-generation iterative dose reconstruction software, AIDR 3D, offers simplified dose reduction that produces the image quality needed at a low dose. 

The system also helps to improve workflow of oncology and cardiac procedures, providing interventionalists with CT images of liver tumors and producing more precise views of the heart and stent placements.

For more information: medical.toshiba.com

 

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