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Developments in Non-Invasive Localization Improve SRS Treatment and Patient Comfort

Sep 13, 2017 1:13:32 PM / by Nick Zacharopulos posted in SRS treatment, non-invasive

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Radiation treatment therapy has come a long way in the last few decades. For proper dosage treatment, locational accuracy is essential but challenging to achieve, as the slightest patient movement without proper immobilization would cause the radiation to miss the essential treatment location and possibly harm unaffected areas. In order to avoid this, invasive metal frames that must be physically screwed into the patient’s skull were once the norm. In addition to being painful, frightening and increasing the risk of harm to the patient, these frames necessitated the presence of a surgeon to ensure that the frame was properly placed, and the treatment required a long commitment from the patient that required an all-day hospital stay, if not more time for recovery.

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Patented Electronically Interlocking Cones Ensure Accurate Radiation Dosage Delivery With Automated Treatment Verification

Sep 12, 2017 11:29:58 AM / by Nick Zacharopulos posted in Interlocking cones, automated treatment verification

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Accurate radiation dosage is possibly the most important part of radiation treatment. Since we all know misadministration will likely have severe consequences much has been done by both end users and governing bodies alike to avoid this possibility.

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AAPM 2017 Recap and Trends

Aug 25, 2017 12:29:48 PM / by Nick Zacharopulos posted in AAPM

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August 3rd was the final day of AAPM 2017, the annual meeting and exhibition that connects medical physicists with the products and research that are advancing the industry. A plethora of industry leaders and innovators, including Aktina, displayed new products on the show floor and new ideas for the AAPM industry at talks and demos during the event.

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