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X-RAD SmART

Feb 20, 2018

Advancing our understanding of the molecular biology of cancer requires more precise tools to study the radiation induced effects used in translational research.
Five years ago, Precision X-Ray introduced the X-RAD 225Cx, which showed that combining 3D volumetric imaging with highly accurate specimen positioning allowed for precise, conformal image-guided radiation therapy to specific targets in mice, rats and rabbits. The X-RAD SmART, the next generation of cabinet IGRT systems, takes this to a new level of precision.
Superior hardware, however, cannot be fully taken advantage of without superior software. Pilot, developed by the esteemed scientific team at Princess Margaret Cancer Center, is a fully functional suite of tools used to acquire images, deliver therapy, guide the targeting system and control system calibrations. SmART Plan, developed at Maastro Clinic, combines a user friendly interface with state-of-the-art Monte Carlo calculation algorithms to rapidly devise treatment plans with gold standard accuracy for static beams, arcs, and even non-coplanar treatments across single and multiple isocenters. This enables rapid, accurate treatments to be delivered in any scenario, ranging from simple subcutaneous xenografts all the way to complex metastatic models.

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