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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. Discover the many neuro and cardiac advantages now available on the world’s first 12×16” True Hi-Def Detector1 for interventional radiology.

The world’s first 12×16” True Hi-Def Detector1 for interventional radiology

In addition to helping clinicians transform their neuro, peripheral, and cardiac endovascular therapy, Canon Medical’s 12×16” True Hi-Def Detector1 is now available for general interventional radiology. Discover it for yourself at RSNA 2020.

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.

Refine and redefine intervention using high-definition (Hi-Def) technology

The latest clinical data shows that the enhanced visualization on offer can result in reducing both procedure time and the overall exposure dose required. It really is the best of both worlds: additional Hi-Def modes with consistent low dose performance.

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Initial experience using a novel high definition (Hi-Def) imaging system in peripheral arterial interventions

A newly developed high definition (Hi-Def) detector allows imaging with a resolution of 76 microns – more than twice that of standard technologies. This unique system consists of a conventional flat-panel detector (FPD) with embedded high-resolution modes, and is the first technology of its kind to help guide peripheral interventions.

“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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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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Case study & White papers

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

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

Single-center experience of using high definition (Hi-Def) imaging during neurointervention treatment of intracranial aneurysms using flow diverters.

PSwetadri 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