Unparalleled flexibility and patient access

Infinix systems are designed around physicians, staff and patients in order to maximize flexibility, minimize exposure and optimize image quality for interventional radiology. So whether you are performing an embolization, angioplasty, shunt repair or other image-guided procedure, you’re always perfectly positioned for greater efficiency and patient safety.

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Free head access

Infinix’ 270˚ isocentric c-arm rotation capability assures a smooth workflow even during the most complex interventional procedures.

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Whole body coverage

Infinix-i can cover the vast majority of patients from head to toe without table movement, ensuring peripheral access at high patient safety and comfort.

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Extended lateral c-arm stroke

The system’s unique lateral c-arm stroke expands and simplifies catheter access routes for the radial/brachial approach, shunt angio, venography or port implants.

Smart parking

Infinix’ dual-track ceiling suspension enables you to create and automate customized parking routes including circumnavigating obstacles.

Local controls for safe operation

Main positioning switches and programmable function keys are provided on all four sides of the flat panel detector and on the c-arm to allow safe operation close to the patient at any time.

Fully automated head-up display

The system provides fully automated synchronization of the flat panel detector and collimator for correct head-up display regardless of the c-arm position to simplify orientation while carrying out a procedure.

Supporting hybrid procedures

Today’s high volume and variety of procedures make shared labs essential for better departmental throughput. Infinix-i supports hybrid procedures when combined with a tilting cradle table.

PA/AP flip provides extra space

Infinix-i provides outstanding workflow support. A simple flip of the c-arm into AP orientation allows you to gain additional access space when needed, for instance for long needle lung biopsies.