TrueBeam system brings leading edge cancer care to communities by positioning clinics at the forefront in the fight against cancer. Designed from the ground up to treat moving targets with advanced speed and accuracy, the TrueBeam platform is a fully-integrated system for image-guided radiotherapy and radiosurgery. TrueBeam treats cancer anywhere in the body where radiation treatment is indicated, including lung, breast, prostate and head and neck.
The number of physicians adopting advanced treatments like Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy (SBRT) is rising. Technologies such as motion management, integrated imaging and high dose rates are some of the tools that are required for the delivery of advanced treatments like stereotactic body radiation therapy.
TrueBeam channels innovative, intelligent, and intuitive thinking to provide technology built with the customer in mind. The system offers clinicians intelligent tools for a wide spectrum of advanced treatment options including SBRT. From fast imaging to accurate dose delivery, TrueBeam is designed to help clinicians navigate the complexities of cancer care with confidence.
At the heart of TrueBeam’s advanced performance is the proprietary Maestro synchronous control system that dynamically directs, synchronizes, and monitors all TrueBeam integrated functional components including the treatment beam generation, gantry, collimator, couch and imaging to enable seamless system operation. Maestro’s sophisticated orchestration and command of every element of treatment delivery including dose, motion and imaging enables fast and efficient image-guided treatments including SRS gated RapidArc. Sub-millimeter accuracy1 and comprehensive QA tools help ensure patient safety and delivery conformality.
On TrueBeam’s flexible open architecture, clinicians can interface with multiple technologies for imaging and disease-specific solutions. The integration of MV, kV, and optical imaging modalities means that the TrueBeam can support a wide variety of imaging and treatment delivery techniques. A combination of 2D, 3D, and 4D imaging capabilities allows for imaging to be both flexible and customizable. The system continuously monitors tumor movement and helps clinicians deliver radiation only when the tumor is in the right place, while the patient continues natural breathing.
Advanced imaging techniques include:
Treatment techniques, all of which can be delivered under respiratory gated conditions, include: