Refine and redefine intervention using our High Definition technology

The time has come to visualize complex and intricate anatomy with a level of detail you never thought possible. Canon Medical’s Hi-Def imaging1 mode allows you to effortlessly zoom the image up to 1.5 inches at 76 micron resolution without losing image quality, helping clinicians visualize fine details, anatomical structures and deploy devices with accuracy and confidence. Discover clinical advantages now available on the world’s first 12" × 16” True Hi-Def Detector for Interventional Radiology (IR), Oncology (IO), Neurology (IN), and Cardiology (IC).

1:  True Hi-Def imaging with 76 micron pixel modes. Documented testing has demonstrated imaging capability with up to 2.5 times greater spatial resolution than conventional detectors.
12" × 12" detector is available for Alphenix Core +, Alphenix Biplane, and 12" × 16" one is available for Alphenix Core +, Alphenix Biplane. Alphenix Sky +, Alphenix 4D CT.

Perfeccione y redefina el intervencionismo utilizando la tecnología de Alta Definición (High-Def)

Los datos clínicos más recientes muestran que la visualización mejorada ofrecida puede reducir tanto el tiempo del procedimiento como la dosis de exposición general requerida.  Es realmente mejor en ambos aspectos: modos adicionales de Alta Definición con un rendimiento constante de dosis baja.

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Experiencia inicial en el uso del nuevo Sistema de imágenes de Alta Definición (Hi-Def) en intervenciones arteriales periféricas

El Detector de Alta Definición (Hi-Def) recientemente desarrollado, permite obtener imágenes con una resolución de 76 micrones, más del doble que las tecnologías estándar. Este sistema único consiste en un Detector de pantalla plana convencional (FPD) con modos integrados de alta resolución y es la primera tecnología de este tipo que ayuda a guiar las intervenciones periféricas.

“Our initial experience using a novel Hi-Def imaging system shows that it can effectively be used in real-time to improve visualization of lower extremity vasculature and interventional devices during complex peripheral arterial interventions and may be used to improve technical outcomes.”

-Salman A. Arain, Steven Napierkowski, Michael Schechter, Wahaj Aman, Richard W. Smalling
 The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, Houston, TX

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Nuevo detector de alta definición

"All those things which the device does that were impossible to see with conventional flat panel detectors become overly abundant1."

- Adnan Siddiqui MD, PhD, FAHA

Vice-Chairman and Professor of Neurosurgery
SUNY University at Buffalo
Director, Neurosurgical Stroke Services, Kalieda Health
Chief Medical Officer, Jacobs Institute

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Case study & White papers

Innovative High Definition (Hi-Def) Imaging System for Complex Interventional Cardiology Procedures

Andrew Kuhls-Gilcrist, PhD, DABR, Dale Marek, RT(R), Mark Hohn, Yiemeng Hoi, PhD Medical Affairs, Interventional X-ray, Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc.
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Redefine Lower Extremity Intervention with High Definition (Hi-Def ) Imaging

Andrew Kuhls-Gilcrist, PhD, DABR, Mark Hohn, Dale Marek, RT(R), Yiemeng Hoi, PhD Medical Affairs, Interventional X-ray, Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc.
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Refine and Redefine Intervention Using High-Definition (Hi-Def) Technology

Andrew Kuhls-Gilcrist, PhD, DABR, Mark Hohn, Dale Marek, RT(R), Yiemeng Hoi, PhD Medical Affairs, Interventional X-ray, Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc.

Swetadri Vasan Setlur Nagesh, PhD, Stephen Rudin, PhD, FAAPM, Adnan Siddiqui, MD, PhD, FACS, FAHA, FAANS Canon Stroke and Vascular Research Center University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY
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High Definition Imaging Reduces Procedure Time Without Impacting Patient Dose in Image-Guided Neuro Interventional Procedures.

Swetadri Vasan Setlur Nagesh, MS,PhD, Buffalo, NY (Presenter) Nothing to Disclose
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Single-center experience of using high definition (Hi-Def) imaging during neurointervention treatment of intracranial aneurysms using flow diverters.

Swetadri Vasan Setlur Nagesh1,2, Kunal Vakharia2,3, Muhammad Waqas2,3, Stephan A Munich2,3, Daniel R Bednarek1,2,4, Jason M Davies2,3,5, Kenneth V Snyder2,3, Maxim Mokin6, Stephen Rudin1,2,4,7,8,9, Elad I Levy1,2,3,4, Adnan H Siddiqui 1,2,3,4
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