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This symposium took place at ESTRO 2023

Tom Depuydt

SGRT Across All Treatment Modalities at UZ Leuven 

Prof. Tom Depuydt, ir. PhD.
Head of Medical Radiation Physics, Competence Centre Medical Radiation Physics UZ Leuven

MapRT – Our Initial Use and Experience

Helen Convery
Senior Dosimetrist (Development and Clinical Trials), Raigmore Hospital, Scotland

David Gladstone

Monitoring Beam & Position with Cherenkov Imaging

David Gladstone, ScD, DABMP, FAAPM
Director of Medical Physics Education and Research, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth

More than 20 years ago, Vision RT invented Surface Guided Radiation Therapy. Since then, our tech has evolved from a motion management tool into an entire family of surface guidance solutions to help improve patient safety and quality of care – at every step of the radiotherapy workflow: Sim, Treatment, Dose Visualisation and now….planning.

Join us at a special ESTRO symposium and learn how SGRT can make a clinical difference for EVERY patient across EVERY treatment modality. This is a chance to learn about Vision RT’s NEWEST innovations that will enable you to take your treatment deliveries to the next level:

  • DoseRT – enabling you to – for the first time – visualise the dose. The unique integration of  DoseRT with AlignRT is the only SGRT system providing simultaneous dose and positional information, providing yet more quality assurance information at the time of treatment.
  • MapRT – Optimise your planning process, enabling freedom to plan non-coplanar beams without the fear of collision, while eliminating dry runs, reducing replans and enhancing dose distribution.
  • Learn why SGRT is important across all treatments and modalities.

For those interested in higher-quality treatment plans, Vision RT and RaySearch are proud to showcase the integration of MapRT and RayStation, which is planned for availability in 2024 (subject to market clearance). This first integration uses data from Vision RT’s MapRT to show whether each beam is free from collision from within RayStation. This is intended to help planners take advantage of more beam possibilities without the need for dry runs, enabling faster planning and ultimately better plans. Further details on the integration between MapRT and RayStation is planned to be announced shortly.


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