Toshiba and Maquet patnership to offer new solutions for Toshiba’s Infinix





Toshiba America Medical Systems, Inc. is partnering with surgical table manufacturer MAQUET to provide new solutions for Toshiba's Infinix™-i product line to offer hospitals more versatility and a seamless transition from endovascular imaging to surgical intervention on a single system.

Toshiba America Medical Systems, Inc. is partnering with surgical table manufacturer MAQUET to provide new solutions for Toshiba's Infinix™-i product line to offer hospitals more versatility and a seamless transition from endovascular imaging to surgical intervention on a single system.

The Toshiba/MAQUET hybrid operating room (OR) suite is the only hybrid solution to offer interchangeable table tops, optimizing asset utilization of these specialized OR suites. This no-compromise approach to hybrid OR configurations demonstrates Toshiba's philosophy to provide imaging systems that maximize the everyday utility of cardiovascular/interventional imaging systems.

Robert Micer, director, X-ray Vascular Business Unit, Toshiba explained, The Toshiba and MAQUET partnership provides physicians with a single system for imaging and surgical procedures, without compromising image quality or safety. Not only does this partnership help improve patient care and access, it offers better asset utilization for hospitals. By having a system in an operating room that can perform multiple procedures, hospitals can ensure that hybrid suite settings are utilized for more than just surgery. They can also be used for diagnostic and interventional imaging procedures, as well as hybrid procedures that involve surgeons and interventionalists working together.

In addition to the versatility offered by the MAQUET table top options, physicians will continue to benefit from the Infinix VC-i and CC-i's ceiling-mounted C-arm ensuring head-to-toe and fingertip-to-fingertip coverage, dose reduction technologies, dynamic FPD capability and exceptional image quality.

Kevin Gilroy, director of business development, MAQUET, Inc.said, The Toshiba/MAQUET hybrid solution will provide the added flexibility that hospitals are asking for today. Our Alphamaquet systems table solution with multiple interchangeable tops provides greater utilization of these advanced technology rooms. Various table tops can be readily exchanged to accommodate interventional and surgical procedures, making these rooms more cost effective, added Gilroy