AlignRT Features and Benefits

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Features and benefits:

10 ways SGRT with AlignRT can help your clinical practice

Every patient, every fraction

AlignRT is safe, non-invasive and can be used for fast and accurate patient setup and monitoring for all forms of cancer, including breast, brain, lung, liver, sarcoma, head and neck, and other cancers.

Control the tech, focus on the patient

Reduced Treatment Time

AlignRT is proven to save time and reduce imaging. Northside Hospital Cancer Institute (NHCI) reduced patient treatment time by 50%  due to less repeat imaging and more accurate initial setup with AlignRT.

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There are multiple peer-reviewed papers that demonstrate how AlignRT enables sub-mm, and sub-degree accuracy through the entire treatment process across indications including DIBH, SRS, SBRT, pelvis and sarcoma.
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Increased patient comfort

AlignRT can eliminate the need for permanent marks or tattoos and reduces the need for pediatrics anesthesia. Currently, more than 100 centers across the world have gone tattoo and mark-free with AlignRT.
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"A Wise Investment" 

A recent oncology technology brief from the Advisory Board's health care think tank (with 4,500 member organizations) recommended the use of SGRT as a "wise investment" for cancer centers.
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  1. Zagar et al. Prospective Assessment of Deep Inspiration Breath Hold to Prevent Radiation Associated Cardiac Perfusion Defects in Patients With Left-Sided Breast Cancer J Appl Clin Med Phys. 2015 ;93:3S 2027
  2. Gierga et al. Analysis of setup uncertainties for extremity sarcoma patients using surface imaging. Pract Radiat Oncol. 2014 Jul-Aug;4(4):26


† Includes the most challenging clinically realistic configurations; couch rotations, pod occlusions and deep isocenters. When tracking rigid phantom under specific conditions. Report describing tests available to customers upon request.