kVue™ Access 360™ G2
The kVue™ Access 360™ G2 is designed to allow breast cancer treatment for both left and right breast, including whole breast, partial breast and accelerated breast treatments. The sleek, cantilever design provides both oblique and non-coplanar access, potentially enabling higher dose per fraction. Since the beam path is primarily through the breast with minimal couch top interference, artifacts and scattering may be minimized.
VacQfix™ cushions are custom formed for patient comfort and positioning accuracy, becoming rigid when vacuum is applied. They can be easily cleaned and reused after each course of treatment. Our fine denier fabric and small-diameter foam-bead fill combine to increase conformity and reproducibility. Unlike other systems, our unique SingleStep™ Valve does not require a secondary cap to ensure leak-free operation.
The revolutionary Encompass™ SRS MRI Immobilization System is a highly advanced, non-invasive solution that allows for high-precision, sub-milimeter accuracy and immobilization for stereotactic radiosurgery treatments. The innovative Integrated Shim System™ provides a 4 mm range of height adjustment utilizing discrete 0.5 mm increments to optimize immobilization.
MRI BoS™ Headframe
The Base of Skull (BoS) Frame is specifically designed to meet the unique requirements of proton therapy for patient immobilization and beam transmission. The BoS™ Frame is engineered to rigidly support the patient without using a flat base that blocks the use of important proton beam angles.
BoS™ Transfer Device
The Symphony™ BoS™ Transfer Device is indicated to aid in the support, positioning, and transfer of a patient for head and neck procedures involving imaging, inlcuding MRI; and external beam radiation therapy treatment with electrons, photons or protons; and other general procedures requiring transfer of a patient.
Symphony™ Standard Transfer Device
The Symphony™ Standard Transfer Device is indicated to aid in the support, positioning, and transfer of a patient for procedures involvinng imaging, including MRI; and external beam radiation therapy treatment with electrons, photons or protons; and other general procedures requiring transfer of a patient.