Toshiba unveils Infinix-i software upgrades

Multimodality developer Toshiba America Medical Systems has released software upgrades (version 3.5.1) for its Infinix-i series vascular and cardiac flat-panel detector (FPD) x-ray imaging system.

The application, which is being debuted at the Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) meeting in New Orleans, includes improvements for 3D bone fusion angiography and imaging functionalities, according to the Tustin, CA-based company.

The system also offers independent control of window/level in separate volumes, which constitute a fused volume (device/vessel or bone/vessel); dynamic display of 3D volume relative to positioner projection to indicate out-of-range viewing angles; and the capability to transfer displayed images from the workstation to the acquisition system for use as reference images for automatic C-arm positioning during interventional procedures, Toshiba said.

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
April 5, 2005

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