July 18, 2007 – Nucletron will introduce its new microSelectron Digital afterloader that reportedly makes the introduction of brachytherapy or the expansion of current brachytherapy offerings easier, more cost-effective and easily adaptable to future needs of patients and clinicians, at the 49th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM), July 22-26, 2007 in Minneapolis, MN.
The new microSelectron Digital afterloader reportedly provides versatility in brachytherapy by offering six, 18 and 30 channel systems, providing the opportunity to treat from one to 90 channels. The microSelectron enables highly conformal treatment of localized cancers including gynecologic, breast, prostate, skin and endorectal. An investment in a six-channel use option that meets current application requirements may be later upgraded to up to 18 or 30 channels as the need arises.
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