Technology | July 18, 2007

TomoTherapy’s StatRT Facilitates Optimal Treatment of Time-Critical Cases

TomoTherapy Inc. will introduce the StatRT software package for its Hi-Art treatment system to facilitate optimal treatment of time-critical cancer cases. StatRT allows the full radiation therapy process — CT scanning, treatment planning and treatment — to be completed in as little as 30 minutes. The software is designed to enhance the quality of care for time-critical cancer cases.
With StatRT, Hi·Art users can rapidly initiate a fractionated image-guided, intensity-modulated radiation therapy treatment plan, or easily provide emergency palliation. The entire process is easily managed from a single computer, the Hi·Art treatment system’s Operator Station. Visit TomoTherapy at AAPM in Booth #629.

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