News | May 21, 2015

Elekta Earns CE Mark for Monaco v5.10 Treatment Planning System

Latest version supports planning for multiple patients simultaneously across multiple treatment techniques

Elekta, Monaco, v5.10, CE Mark

May 21, 2015 — Elekta has CE marked the latest version (v5.10) of its popular Monaco treatment planning system, enabling its sale to European clinics. The system supports major treatment techniques including advanced 3-D planning, intensity modulated radiation therapy (IMRT), volumetric arc therapy (VMAT) and stereotactic planning – all in a single system.

Monaco v5.10 provides significant planning and quality assurance (QA) enhancements, as well improved workflow efficiency. Advancements in 3-D planning as well as the addition of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and forward planning capabilities further reinforces Monaco as a robust and flexible treatment planning solution. Now, users can simplify their planning with advanced time-saving tools, speed up workflow and ultimately create better plans with fewer contours and therefore less variability.

Furthermore, utilizing the Monte Carlo algorithm, Monaco now enables users to recalculate third-party plans for quality assurance checks.

Key Monaco v5.10 benefits designed to improve planning time enable clinicians to:

  • Optimize plan creation with customizable templates that can be shared across institutions;
  • Plan multiple patients simultaneously;
  • Achieve better dose conformity with state-of-the art optimization tools;
  • Create multiple prescriptions within a single active plan; and
  • Quickly learn and use the system through its modern, intuitive interface.


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