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Learn more about ExacTrac Dynamic, patient positioning and monitoring, and indication-specific radiosurgery planning workflows with Elements. Gain insight into how, together with Mint Medical, Brainlab innovations support the digital patient journey, building a holistic view of the individual patient’s situation, patient cohorts and clinical history.
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Clinical Webinars on Demand
Clinicians Present the Latest Developments and Experiences with Brainlab Technology
Implementation and Clinical Versatility of ExacTrac Dynamic
Thomas Kole, MD, PhD
Valley-Mount Sinai Comprehensive Cancer Care, Paramus, New Jersey, United States
Scott Jones, MS, DABR
Highlands Oncology Group, Fayetteville, Arkansas, United States
Philipp Freislederer, PhD
LMU Hospital of Munich, Klinikum Großhadern, Germany
Radiosurgical Approaches to the Treatment of Vestibular Schwannomas
Dr. Silvia Zunino and Dr. Daniel Venencia
Instituto Zunino, Córdoba, Argentina
Frameless Radiosurgery for Arteriovenous Malformations
Pascal Jabbour, MD, Wenyin Shi, MD, PhD, and Haisong Liu, PhD
Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA, USA
Internal Anatomy Verification During Breath Hold
ExacTrac Dynamic addresses a wide range of clinical challenges and allows the positioning and monitoring of radiotherapy patients with different indications. Our newest Deep Inspiration Breath Hold (DIBH)* workflow for breast cancer patients utilizes automated, tattoo-less pre-positioning coupled with internal anatomy verification at breath-hold for precise dose tumor targeting and increased confidence in sparing critical organs. While this treatment technique typically requires multiple systems, ExacTrac Dynamic covers the full positioning and monitoring of DIBH patients.
*CE marked. Not yet commercially available in several countries. Please contact your sales representative.
Precision treatment planning software for radiotherapy & radiosurgery
We’ve built best practices into each indication-specific Elements treatment planning workflow. These applications allow for better target definition, more consistent radiosurgery planning and faster delivery with reduced toxicity.
mint Lesion™ is a software solution for assisted data capture in radiology that enables consistent collection, visualization and analysis of longitudinally connected, structured, AI-ready data for individual patients and across patient cohorts.
Along with gaining a wealth of information from image data, colleagues from different specialties benefit from the ability to break down silos between departments. The digital stream of quantitative diagnostic data provides game-changing clinical insights as solid basis for multidisciplinary treatment decisions.
Exchange of clinical best practices in radiosurgery
Healthcare professionals involved in stereotactic radiosurgery and stereotactic body radiation therapy that use Brainlab products have access to Brainlab Novalis Knowledge, a program comprised of four uniquely tailored services that train, connect, advance and certify all involved specialties. With these sophisticated services, Brainlab customers are guaranteed to stay on the cutting edge of radiosurgery planning and treatments.
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 121 countries. Brainlab employs about 2000 people in 25 locations worldwide, including around 700 Research & Development engineers, who form a crucial part of the product development team.