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American Association of Physicists in Medicine 58th Annual Meeting & Exhibition
WHAT’S NEW AT AAPM 2016 IN WASHINGTON, DCThe American Association of Physicists of Medicine Annual Meeting and Exhibition is the largest gathering of medical physicists of the world, bringing together clinicians, vendors, scientists and other industry professionals. The theme of this year’s event, “Communicating our Value. Improving our Future.”, focuses on highlighting the importance of medical physicists as key players in diagnosis and treatment teams. www.aapm.org
STEREOTACTIC RADIOSURGERY—MORE THAN JUST DELIVERY
Providing precision radiation treatments is more than just a matter of placing the isocenter and delivering the dose. Radiosurgery is a complete process involving imaging, fusion, enrichment, dose planning and delivery. Streamlining and increasing the efficiency of this process with advanced technology is how Brainlab differentiates itself in the market.
BRAINLAB ELEMENTS—INCREASING EFFICIENCY AND SIMPLICITY
Brainlab Elements for radiation therapy focus on a single clinical indication and are frontloaded with intelligence and automation to help streamline clinical workflows. Elements include robust Image Fusion, indication-specific brush tools and highly-automated dose planning, quickly resulting in precise and consistent plans.
With the latest algorithm, called 4Pi—licensed exclusively from Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia, Canada—Brainlab Elements are now set to become even more intelligent and efficient. 4Pi enables patient tailored, optimized treatment trajectories aiming at minimizing radiation dose to organs at risk without compromising target coverage or treatment times.*
Visit Brainlab at booth #4071 to learn how indication-specific workflows can help you create more robust, efficient and consistent treatment plans.
PATIENT POSITIONING AND MONITORING WITH EXACTRAC
With over 850 installed systems worldwide, in-room X-Ray based ExacTrac® Positioning and Monitoring system has redefined automation, efficiency and patient positioning flexibility in the treatment room.
Instantaneous X-Ray imaging with proprietary 6D fusion provides fast and highly accurate position verification and reduces the possibility of geographical miss due to patient motion or internal anatomical shifts.
Thanks to the 4Pi algorithm used during planning, ExacTrac is the only system that can detect intra-fractional tumor motion even at non-coplanar couch angles.*
Visit Brainlab to see how ExacTrac can enhance your existing linac.
DEDICATED TO HIGH STANDARDS IN SRS & SBRT
In line with this year’s meeting theme of communicating value, Brainlab presents Novalis Certified, the only program dedicated to high standards in stereotactic radiosurgery and stereotactic body radiation therapy. Based on the Novalis Standard, defined and elaborated by an independent group of industry experts, Novalis Certification consists of a rigorous external review process that aims to increase treatment quality and consistency and communicate that high standard both internally and to patients.
We invite you to join Timothy D. Solberg’s (UCSF Helen Diller Comprehensive Cancer Center, San Francisco) poster presentation ‘Initial Experience with an Independent Certification Program for Stereotactic Radiosurgery and Stereotactic Body Radiation Therapy’ on Sunday, July 31, 2016 from 3:00 – 6:00 PM in the Exhibit Hall. For more information, see the poster PDF here.
To learn more about Novalis Certified, please visit us at booth #4071.
* Commercial availability pending
Novalis Circle Symposium
NOVALIS CIRCLE SYMPOSIUM
Stereotactic Radiosurgery Developments in the Treatment of Cranial Tumors
Brainlab invites you to join a Dinner Symposium at the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) Annual Meeting to meet world-renowned clinicians who will present the latest technologies and techniques in the treatment of primary and secondary brain tumors.
06:00 PM – 06:30 PM | Reception
06:30 PM – 06:45 PM | Clinical Experience Utilizing Elements Multiple Brain Mets SRS, Brady Taylor, PhD, St. Luke’s Magic Valley Medical Center
06:45 PM – 07:00 PM | Commissioning and IGRT Requirements, Haisong Liu, PhD, Jefferson Hospital for Neuroscience
07:00 PM – 07:15 PM | Trajectory Based Treatment Planning and Delivery for Cranial Radiosurgery, James Robar, PhD, Queen Elizabeth II Health Science Centre
07:15 PM – 07:30 PM | New Developments for Elements Cranial SRS Planning*, Claus Promberger, Brainlab
Sunday, July 31, 2016
06:00 – 08:00 PM
Marriott Marquis Washington DC
901 Massachusetts Ave NW
For more information and to register, please email US Events at [email protected].
* Commercial availability pending
July 31, 2016Exhibition Hours
|12:00 PM – 05:00 PM|
August 01, 2016Exhibition Hours
|09:00 AM – 05:00 PM|
August 02, 2016Exhibition Hours
|09:00 AM – 05:00 PM|
August 03, 2016Exhibition Hours
|09:00 AM – 02:00 PM|
August 04, 2016
Map and Directions
801 Mt. Vernon Place NW
20001 Washington, DC
United States of America
Visit Brainlab at booth #4071
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