Novalis Radiosurgery Supported TrueBeam STx

Novalis Radiosurgery supported TrueBeam STx is the latest generation of radiation therapy technology that revolutionizes cancer treatment. The Novalis radiosurgical supported TrueBeam STX system uses many technical innovations with a fully reconfigured control system to dynamically synchronize imaging, patient positioning, motion management and treatment. A world leader in the multipurpose platform, designed by the firm of Varian, performed by TrueBeam STx Radiosurgery System Novalis Aided, conventional and 3-dimensional conformal radiotherapy for radiotherapy and radiosurgery image-guided (IGRT and IGRS), intensity modulated arc therapy (RapidArc) and stereotactic body radiotherapy (SBRT) in advanced modalities, including radiotherapy, can be used. With this system, intra-and external radiosurgery applications are performed with accuracy below millimeters.

What Are The Advantages Of Novalis Radiosurgical Supported TrueBeam STX Compared To Other Devices Used In Radiation Therapy?

Novalis Radiosurgery supported TrueBeam STX device can do radiotherapy and radiosurgery on the same platform, giving it the advantage of other radiotherapy devices. Since the dose rate can be increased by 8 times compared to other linear accelerators, it can make RapidArc faster. Its difference from all other technologies is that it can deliver a higher dose in less time thanks to its ability to increase the speed of a high dose, and in this aspect it provides high-performance treatment processes that significantly reduce the duration and number of sessions. One of the most important differences is that thanks to the ability to take high-resolution images, it can do irradiation that better hits the treatment focus.

Novalis Radiosurgery Supported TrueBeam STx Is Used To Treat Which Cancer Types?

Novalis Radiosurgery supported TrueBeam STX can be used to treat all types of cancer that require radiation therapy. But it makes a big difference in the treatment of lung, breast, prostate and spinal cancers, especially thanks to synchronized movement management. The Novalis Radiosurgery supported TrueBeam STX system also enables “Gated” RapidArc technology, which compensates by taking into account tumor movement by synchronizing imaging with the dose it gives by constantly rotating around the patient.

Benefits That Novalis Radiosurgery Supported By TrueBeam STX:

“Intelligent " automation speeds up treatments with up to five times the number of steps needed for imaging, positioning and treating patients.
Fff (Flattening Filter free) mode with a dose speed of up to 2400 MU/min, shortening treatment times, offering the patient more comfort. A standard IMRT treatment, which normally takes 10-15 minutes, can be completed in less than 2 minutes. A complex radiosurgery application lasting from 40 minutes to 2 hours can be completed between 5-20 minutes. It can deliver high doses in a much shorter time, providing higher performance treatment processes.

The accuracy of the TrueBeam STX system with Novalis Radiosurgery support is less than one millimeter. This precision imaging, patient positioning, motion management, beam shaping and dose sending a new synchronization level among technologies forming the architecture of the system an accuracy of ten milliseconds during treatment every who is provided with sophisticated controls. More than 100,000 data points are constantly observed while treatment is ongoing, ensuring that the system maintains an “accurate isomerge” or focal point for treatment. This elevated level of sensitivity allows doctors to treat a tumor within a moving organ with high accuracy.

Novalis Radiosurgery Supported TrueBeam STx Is Superior To Other Methods Because…
It is on point: It hits the treatment focus.
Faster: Reduces session time.
Provides a high performance treatment process: Reduces the number of sessions.
It is a technology that can offer radiation therapy and radiosurgery options on the same platform, comfortably integrated for the patient.

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