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As radiotherapy treatment becomes more complex, identifying the right setup for each patient’s treatment in a busy clinic can be challenging. It needs to be done quickly and accurately to ensure the right patient is in the right location and correctly set-up for treatment. From the moment the patient enters the CT room or treatment

More information about RO-ILS

Monday, 23, June , 2014 by

RO-ILS: Radiation Oncology Incident Learning System™ The mission of RO-ILS™ is to facilitate safer and higher quality care in radiation oncology by providing a mechanism for shared learning in a secure and non-punitive environment. Click on this link to access the congressional briefing presentation.

The mission of the Radiation Oncology Incident Learning System (RO-ILS) is to facilitate safer and higher quality care in radiation oncology by providing a mechanism for shared learning in a secure and non-punitive environment. In June 2011, ASTRO’s Board of Directors approved a proposal to establish a national radiation oncology-specific incident learning system. A standardized

Esophagus cancer treatment

Wednesday, 18, June , 2014 by

An interesting video published by Norris Cotton Cancer Center (Dartmouth-Hitchcock) sharing a patients experience during an esophagus cancer treatment utilizing a state-of-the-art Varian Truebeam Linear Accelerator. More information can be found on http://cancer.dartmouth.edu/

We are going to publish a series of presentations that will focus on “Shortcomings of current verification techniques“. The following article contains the same information as the video above. Each of these presentations will focus on two of the following topics: Pre-Treatment Plan Verification requires many staff and machine hours and is therefore relatively expensive

An impressive video with some “action shots” of a radiation therapy treatment. We wish Thomas Ashley all the very best and that he will win his fight against cancer – keep up the good spirit!!! He wrote: So 118 days since I have completed radiation therapy, an MRI and a PET scan and no signs

iRT is pleased to announce that we signed a cooperation agreement with the Radiotherapy Department at the University College London Hospital to test an innovative technology that will improve patient safety in radiotherapy. The Radiotherapy Department is equipped with the latest treatment technology including: Five Varian LinAcs – four with on-board imaging facilities and each

iRT is pleased to announce that we  signed a cooperation agreement with the Institute of Oncology in Ljubljana (Slovenia) to  test an innovative technology that will improve patient safety in radiotherapy. The Institute of Oncology in Ljubljana performs health care services at the secondary and tertiary level, as well as research and educational work. The Radiotherapy Department

4. February – World Cancer Day 2014

Tuesday, 28, January , 2014 by

World Cancer Day 2014 (4 February 2014) will focus on Target 5 of the World Cancer Declaration: Reduce stigma and dispel myths about cancer, under the tagline “Debunk the myths” . World Cancer Day is a chance to raise our collective voices in the name of improving general knowledge around cancer and dismissing misconceptions about the disease. From a global

iRT is pleased to announce that we  signed a cooperation agreement with the Radboud University Medical Center (UMC) in Nijmegen (The Netherlands) to  test an innovative technology that will improve patient safety in radiotherapy. The Department of Radiotherapy aims to be one of the best departments in the Netherlands and in Europe regarding patient care,

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