News | April 16, 2014

IBA Dosimetry Delivers its 1,000th Blue Phantom² scanning system

April 16, 2014 — Ion Beam Applications S.A. (IBA) announced the delivery of its 1,000th Blue Phantom² system. The device was delivered to the Centre de Radiothérapie des Ardennes, Charleville-Mézières, France.

Dominique Belge, Centre de Radiothérapie des Ardennes, Charleville-Mézières, France said, “IBA Dosimetry’s new Blue Phantom² scanning system is state-of-the-art. We have looked at different solutions on the market and have chosen the IBA system because of its proven accuracy, flexibility, long-term stability and reliability. After using it for the duration of my university career, I am very pleased to return to the Blue Phantom² system.”

The Blue Phantom² system, along with the powerful scanning software OmniPro-Accept and the Common Control Unit (CCU), is the leading water phantom solution for radiation therapy (RT) beam scanning. The system’s unique design facilitates faster and more accurate commissioning of RT treatment systems, which is fundamental for safe patient treatments.

“I’m very excited that we have reached this milestone of 1,000 installed Blue Phantom² systems worldwide” said Salih Arican, Product Manager at IBA Dosimetry. “This milestone is testimony of the satisfaction of our loyal customers and users of IBA equipment.

The Blue Phantom² will be on display at the IBA booth at the upcoming ESTRO meeting in Vienna, provides unique technology and benefits in Beam Commissioning & Annual QA.

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