News | September 06, 2007

Carestream Health to Demo CR System Designed for Radiation Oncology

September 7, 2007 - Carestream Health Inc. will showcase its 2000RT CR Plus computed radiography system designed specifically for radiation oncology professionals, at the European Society of Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology (ESTRO) bi-annual meeting in Barcelona, Spain, Sept. 8 to Sept. 13, 2007.

The system supports multiple treatment rooms and multiple linear accelerators and simulation devices, regardless of manufacturer or age. It can be networked to virtually all planning softwares, QC image analysis tools and oncology information systems, as well as linked to the wider hospital PACS to enable images to be reviewed on workstations beyond the radiation oncology department. A work list function can be integrated to the hospital HIS/RIS to enable improved workflow and increased productivity. For standalone cancer centers, KODAK Radiation Oncology Software provides features optimized specifically for the radiation oncology workflow, such as importing DRRs for side-by-side viewing, DICOM RT or DICOM 3.0 output, and the ability to view and approve images on any networked PC.

Addition of the KODAK Radiation Oncology Beam Dosimetry Package allows physicists to perform a wide range of machine beam and IMRT QA imaging, along with the CR platform’s existing ability to capture portal localization, verification and simulation image required for radiation therapy patients.
For more information: www.carestreamhealth.com

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