Infinix-i Sky+


 

Infinix-i Sky

Unparalleled access

The Sky* C-arm moves around you and your patient so procedures can be performed more comfortably, safely and efficiently.

  1. Achieve optimal angulations with unprecedented head-to-toe and fingertip-to-fingertip coverage
  2. Continuous heads-up display during compound angles with synchronised rotating collimator and FPDs
  3. Access Halo ensures unobstructed head-end work space to improve patient access for staff and equipment

Lyell McEwin Hospital in South Australia introduce their state-of-the-art cardiac catheter lab, which will result in a 30 per cent increase in the number of procedures involving interventional radiology. The lab allows more patients from greater distances to receive urgent assessment, treatment and care closer to home. The lab will facilitate heart procedures from measurement of cardiac electrical activity to diagnose and treat abnormal heart rhythms, insertions of pacemakers, defibrillators and stents to unblock arteries that cause heart attacks. The multi-purpose lab can also be used to investigate and treat other body parts including radiological interventions, such as catheter insertion, organ biopsy to non-cardiology vascular imaging. Read more…


 

Access and Coverage

Head-to-Toe

Designed for patient comfort and clinical workflow efficiency — the system moves not the patient. Contact and proximity detection prevents collisions with other cath lab equipment during Infinix-i system procedures

Fingertip-to-Fingertip

Designed for patient comfort and clinical workflow efficiency — the system moves not the patient. Contact and proximity detection prevents collisions with other cath lab equipment during Infinix-i procedures.

270 Degree Rotation

270 degree gantry pivot and full-body coverage.


 

 

*The Infinix-i Sky is the INFX-8000C with 830 C-arm.

The Sky is the limit

Flexibility in the OR

When imaging is not required and the room must quickly convert to accommodate an open procedure, the Infinix-i Sky Arm has the ability to park out of the way. When room is equipped with extended ceiling rails, surgical space can be maximised by rotating imaging table and c-arm.


 


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