Global Oncology: Radiation Therapy in a changing world
Brainlab @ ASTRO
October 23–29, 2020
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Novalis Circle Symposium
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Monday, October 26, 2020 | 11:00 AM ET
IGRS Experience: Intra-cranial Tumors and Spine Metastasis Setups
Philipp Freislederer, PhD, LMU Hospital Munich, Germany
Radiotherapy Planning: Breast Disease Considerations
Mark De Ridder, MD, PhD, UZ Brussel, Belgium
IGRT Experience: Free-Breathing and Manual Breath-hold Breast Setups
Thierry Gevaert, PhD, UZ Brussel, Belgium
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Novalis Circle Webinars
Clinicians present the latest developments and experiences with Brainlab technology
Evaluation of an Enhanced Solution for the Treatment of Multiple Metastases with a Single Isocenter
Michael Taylor, M.S., DABR and John F. Gleason, Jr., MD
Alliance Cancer Care, Huntsville, Alabama, USA
Evaluation of Elements Spine SRS
Wenyin Shi, MD and Haisong Liu, PhD
Jefferson Hospital for Neuroscience, Philadelphia, PA, USA
Contrast Clearance Analysis for Differentiating Tumor From Treatment Effects
Dheerendra Prasad, MD
Radiation Medicine, Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, Buffalo, New York, USA
Novalis Circle Case of the Month Webinar: Separation Surgery + Radiosurgery for Spine Metastasis Patient Breast Cancer Secondary Met to Thoracic Spine
Luke Macyszyn, MD, MA, Tania B. Kaprealian, MD, MBA, and Nzhde Agazaryan, PhD, DABR, FAAPM
UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles, California
A New Dimension of Patient Positioning & Monitoring
ExacTrac Dynamic marries automated X-Ray position verification with external surface and thermal tracking at any gantry and couch position for a new dimension of patient positioning and monitoring. The result? Proven submillimetric accuracy in patients.
Elements Multiple Brain Mets SRS
Efficient Treatment of Multiple Targets
Elements Multiple Brain Mets SRS is based on a dedicated workflow of integrated applications that allow the user to create consistent and high quality radiosurgery plans for the efficient management of multiple targets.
Elements Cranial SRS
Inherent Intelligence for Cranial Indications
Elements Cranial SRS quickly and automatically creates stereotactic radiosurgery plans for complex cranial indications, enabling both fast planning and delivery without compromising treatment quality by leveraging a 4π optimization algorithm.
Elements Spine SRS
Transforming Management of Spinal Lesions
Elements Spine SRS offers clinical efficiency during planning and delivery, including co-registration between MR and CT in complex regions, consistent and accurate target definition, and automatic creation of highly conformal dose.
Elements Angio Contouring
Cranial Vascular Structure Fusion and Outlining
Elements Angio Contouring quickly and comprehensively fuses and outlines intracranial vascular structures. The application co-registers 2D DSA projections and 3 D imaging data and contours for radiosurgical treatment planning with the Brainlab Elements software suite.
Novalis Certified promotes the delivery of cranial and body radiosurgery at a level of efficacy and safety commensurate with high standards of clinical practice.
Built on the recommendations of the Novalis Expert Panel, the Novalis Certified program adds value to centers with its dedicated focus on SRS and SBRT.
“We’re happy for the chance to engage with you virtually and look forward to when we can meet in person again soon.”
Stefan Vilsmeier, CEO Brainlab AG
Brainlab, headquartered in Munich, develops, manufactures and markets software-driven medical technology, enabling access to advanced, less invasive patient treatments.
Core products center on information-guided surgery, radiosurgery, precision radiation therapy, digital operating room integration, and information and knowledge exchange. Brainlab technology powers treatments in radiosurgery and radiotherapy as well as numerous surgical fields including neurosurgery, ENT, CMF, spine and trauma.
Privately held since its formation in Munich, Germany in 1989, Brainlab has approximately 13300 systems installed in 116 countries. Brainlab employs about 1500 people in 20 offices worldwide, including around 430 Research & Development engineers, who form a crucial part of the product development team.