Infinix-i Core+

Unprecedented 
flexibility and
integration.


Unparalleled Access and Coverage.

Infinix-i Core +

The Infinix-i C-arm is designed to move around you and your patient so procedures can be performed more comfortably, safely and efficiently.

Achieve optimal angulations with unprecedented head-to-toe and fingertip-to-fingertip coverage

Continuously maintains a heads-up display during compound angles with synchronized rotating collimator and FPDs

Access Halo ensures unobstructed head-end work space to improve patient access for staff and ancillary equipment

5 Axis Positioner

Head-to-toe and fingertip-to-fingertip coverage allow you to move the C- arm and not the patient

Unparalleled Access and Coverage

Unobstructed head-end work space for better access to the patient and ancillary equipment

Aids in clinical communication and workflow

Access Halo ensures unobstructed head-end work space to improve patient access for staff and ancillary equipment

Clinical Gallery

Cardiac Pediatric

Taking advantage of the unparalleled access of the Infinix™-i system, complex views for interventional work are easily attainable.

Direct Patient Access

Unobstructed head-end work space for better access to the patient and ancillary equipment

Aids in clinical communication and workflow

All Infinix-i systems offer the Access Halo enabling better efficiency and safety

Detector Size Choices

Three different FPD sizes are available depending on coverage needed

Clinical Segments

Canon Medical Systems Infinix-i Systems have been designed for mechanical flexibility. Our exclusive configurations drive efficient resource utilization, across multiple clinical disciplines.

Interventional Cardiology

Interventional Oncology/Radiology

Hybrid Operating Room System

Shared Lab

Electrophysiology

Transradial Access

Your radial move made easy with Infinix-i Core+

Fluoro Record/Store

Can be used to replace digital acquisition (DA) resulting in significant dose reduction

Infinix 3D Imaging

Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital increase the number of procedures performed, while decreasing radiation and costs.