Alphenix Interventional Systems
Alphenix

Next-generation of Interventional Systems.

Interventional Neurology

Toolkit

The major driving factor for Adult Interventional Neurology is a rapidly aging US population. The rising patient pool for ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke and increasing demand for minimally invasive surgical procedures will ensure growth in this segment for years ahead.

3D Angio

Fast and Intuitive Workflow

3D rotational speed up to 50 deg/sec

3D Roadmap

Turn 3D Acquisitions into live Fluoro roadmaps

3D image display changes according to the system conditions such as the C-arm angle, SID, field size, tabletop height, and tabletop panning.

3D Roadmap

3D Roadmap

Alpha CT

Enhanced visualization

To supplement 3D imaging, CT-like Imaging is available to support visualization of anatomy or pathology during interventional procedures.

Alpha CT

  • Head
  • Neck
  • Body
  • Device
  • Vessel
  • MAR
Alpha CT

Cerebral Artery Analysis (CAA)

This application is intended to facilitate the extraction and segmentation of user identified aneurysms on the cerebral arteries from cerebral angiography data, allowing morphological characteristics to be assessed.

Cerebral Artery Analysis (CAA)

Cerebral Artery Analysis

Instant Roadmap

Auto Peak Contrast Detection

Automatic image adjustment during fluoro.

Instant Roadmap

Instant Roadmap

Multi-Modality Fusion

Enhanced visualization during interventional procedures.

Canon Medical's roadmap function enables 3D CT or MR Volume data to be superimposed on the live fluoro display. This feature provides additional views of the vascular anatomy to aid clinicians during interventional procedures.

Multi-Modality Fusion

Needle Guidance

CT or XA Datasets

Needle guidance function enables positioning of the C-arm to the optimum viewing position and display of a puncture guide line for assistance.

Needle Guidance

Needle Guidance

Parametric Imaging¹

  • Video playback with Color Coded Circulation
  • Displays an entire image sequence as a single composite image
  • Color coded in order to characterize contrast media dynamics and allow easier visual evaluation of patients

Parametric parameters include:

  • Time To Peak (TTP)
  • Time To Peak Alpha (TTPα)
  • Peak Height (PH)
  • Area Under Curve (AUC)
  • Time To Arrival (TTA)
  • Time To Arrival Alpha (TTAα)
  • Mean Transit Time (MTT)

¹Parametric Imaging software is not intended for stand-alone use or diagnosis.

Parametric Imaging