By staff writers
February 27, 2018

Canon Medical Systems will showcase the newest iteration of its integrated interventional radiology (IR) lab and CT angiography scanner at ECR 2018 in Vienna.

The Infinix-i 4D CT machine combines the company's Infinix-i angiography technology with either the Aquilion One Vision or Aquilion Prime CT scanner to provide interventional radiologists with access to angiography and CT in tandem in the procedural room.

Clinicians at three French hospitals -- Hôpital Saint Louis, University Hospital of Montpellier, and University Hospital Strasbourg -- are currently using Infinix-i 4D CT to facilitate interventional radiology procedures, according to the company.

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