Alphenix Interventional Systems

Next-generation of Interventional Systems.


Image Resolution for Tomorrow's Interventions. Made possible.

Building on a legacy of unprecedented patient access, system flexibility and integration, Canon Medical is proud to announce the Alphenix family of interventional systems. This new platform incorporates innovative new technology to deliver images with clarity and precision.

Alphenix Sky+

See New Possibilities

Alphenix Series

The new Alphenix family of interventional systems deliver images with clarity and precision. Combined with industry-leading dose optimization technologies, enhanced workflow, and a new set of features, Alphenix continues Canon Medical's commitment to supporting you and your mission to provide patients with safe, accurate and fast imaging.

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Alphenix Series

Enhanced Workflow

Streamlined workflow and unprecedented range of patient access and coverage.

  • Control at your fingertips. The tableside Alphenix tablet delivers a fast, seamless and rich work experience.
  • The new Alphenix Workstation seamlessly integrates applications to help you plan, analyze and perform interventional procedures.
Alphenix Tablet

Maximized Image Quality

New High-Definition Detector

  • New hardware and software technologies provide you with confidence when making clinical decisions.
  • See and deploy complex devices with confidence. Optional hi-def imaging* allows you to effortlessly zoom up to 1.5” resolution.
Treatment of Cerebrovascular Disease View Study
Complex Interventional Cardiology Procedures View Study

* Hi-def imaging available with the Alphenix INFX-8000V, TPF-1200C

High-Definition Detector

Dose Management

Industry-leading dose optimization technologies.

Canon Medical Systems' dose management innovations focus on four fundamental areas of system performance—time, distance, shielding and technology—while maintaining image quality.

Dose Management
Canon Medical Systems Stroke & Vascular Research Center

Canon Medical Systems Stroke & Vascular Research Center

A multidisciplinary cooperation and partnership.

Given its complex nature, stroke therapy research demands a truly multidisciplinary approach. Recognizing this need for collaboration in stroke research, UBNS chairman and pioneering neurosurgeon, L.N. Hopkins, M.D., co-founded University at Buffalo's Canon Medical Systems Stroke & Vascular Research Center in 1997. Today, the center still stands as a quintessential example of multidisciplinary cooperation and partnership.

Video Tour

New High-Definition Detector

New High-Definition Detector

“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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¹ The clinical results, performance and views described in this video are the experience of the presenter. Results may vary duetoclinical setting, patient presentation and other factors. Many factors could cause the actual results and performance of Canon Medical’s product to be materially different from any of the aforementioned.