The high energy rays used for radiation therapy can come from a variety of sources.
The goal of radiation therapy is to get enough radiation into the body to kill the cancer cells while preventing damage to healthy tissue. This is done by using one of several machines, that have the ability to be aimed precisely at the same target or targets, each and every time treatment is given.
- Intraoperative Electron Beam Radiation Therapy (IOERT): The Mobetron System
- Varian Novalis Tx
- Elekta Versa HD
- Tomo Therapy HD
- Elekta - Synergy
- INTRABEAM Radiotherapy System
- VariSource High Dose Rate Afterloader – HDR
The talents and resources of hundreds of individuals, institutions, and industries must be combined to achieve successful diagnosis and treatment of cancer and other diseases. When you enter our facilities, you can rest assured that the very best minds and machines are being devoted to your care through our partnerships with the following companies:
Elekta integrates hallmark Elekta Synergy® image-guided workflow in the advanced Elekta Infinity system, a comprehensive treatment system that includes Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy (VMAT). Combining superior dose conformance and treatment speed, VMAT enables clinicians to "shrink wrap" the dose around a tumor by simultaneously manipulating the gantry position and speed, MLC leaves, dose rate and even collimator angle.
Vision RT is a world leader in the field of real time 3D surface imaging. Working closely with scientific and clinical centers of excellence around the globe, the company is focused on the constant improvement of its proprietary technology and product range.
Medical Intelligence, part of the Elekta Group, is a world-leading supplier of advanced and innovative radiation oncology and interventional guidance products for precise and reliable patient positioning. Our product lines include among others non-invasive immobilization and positioning systems, robotic treatment couches and targeting devices. Rigorous radiation therapy treatment modalities require precise patient positioning and immobilization. Medical Intelligence radiation therapy solutions are engineered to fit today's requirements for image guided radiation therapy (IGRT) and precise radiation therapy from diagnostics through treatment.
Calypso® Medical Technologies, Inc. is a medical device company dedicated to improving the delivery of targeted cancer therapies. Our commitment is to solve the problems associated with organ motion during radiation treatment by developing technology that provides accurate, objective and continuous knowledge of the treatment site during radiation therapy. Our system operates without ionizing radiation, and without subjective interpretation of images.
Philips concentration in the United States mirrors the global focus on lifestyle, healthcare and technology. This focus is driven predominately by Philips Medical Systems, now the single largest Philips business in the U.S., accounting for nearly 50% of all Philips employees and sales, matching those of all other U.S. consumer businesses combined.
Varian Medical Systems is the world leader in the design and manufacture of equipment and software for treating cancer with radiation therapy and neurological conditions with radiosurgery. The company is also a premier supplier of x-ray tubes and flat-panel digital technology for imaging in medical, scientific, and industrial applications.
Wacom Co., Ltd. owns a long list of international patents concerning the basics of pen-input tablet technology and related technologies. In addition to operating an end user-use product business under our own brand, we are also conducting a component business with the aim of providing Wacom technology in the form of components to manufacturers of a wide range of system equipment and products.
Velocity represents the next generation of intelligent radiation treatment tools. Tools which enable clinicians to make treatment decisions with greater confidence based on multiple imaging modalities, cumulative dose delivered, and a complete record of patient images and plans.