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Toshiba supersizes Infinix

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Toshiba’s new Infinix VF-i/BP features large and mid-sized flat panel detectors that provide clinicians the ability to obtain critical variations in angle combinations, while providing the necessary anatomical coverage, creating the optimal universal bi-plane vascular X-ray system for any clinical application.

Toshiba supersizes Infinix
Toshiba’s new Infinix VF-i/BP features large and mid-sized flat panel detectors that provide clinicians the ability to obtain critical variations in angle combinations, while providing the necessary anatomical coverage, creating the optimal universal bi-plane vascular X-ray system for any clinical application. The mid-sized 12” x 12” flat panel detector on the lateral plane is accompanied by a large 12” x 16” flat panel detector on the frontal plane to allow clinicians additional and steeper angle combinations.

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