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ExacTrac Dynamic

Surface Guided Radiation Therapy Masterclass

Our experts reveal the advantages of integrated X-Ray and 4D surface guidance

Learn from the SGRT experts

Four leading experts discuss the common challenges of SGRT and how to overcome them for different indications.

In this masterclass you’ll discover:

  • The considerations for indication-specific SGRT

  • Best practices for SGRT for four different indications

  • How deep SGRT integration of the linac can improve your clinical workflows

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4

Experts

44+

years of experience

4,500+

patient treatments a year

Preview our SGRT Masterclass

Are you curious to see what our SGRT Masterclass is all about? Watch the video below for a sneak preview
of the four videos you’ll receive.

4D SGRT patient positioning and monitoring practices for different indications

These four lectures highlight the challenges of SGRT and how to overcome them. In addition, our experts will give
you insight into their daily clinical life, their preferred approach to using SGRT, and the treatment of
different indications.

You have the great possibility of using surface motion monitoring throughout the entire fraction, so this SGRT workflow unquestionably means greater patient safety. This is not just the case for SRS, this also applies to any other type of treatment. This really can be considered a main safety feature and certainly will also become more important in the future.

Philipp Freislederer, PhD, Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) Hospital, Munich, Germany
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We often have quite complex cases, but with ExacTrac Dynamic, we are able to manage those as well. One important issue in a specific case was that we had to choose high margins for the patient’s surface. It was essential to have not too much detected breathing motion, so we really needed very tight margins for X-Ray surveillance. The outcome was quite good and the five fractions could be delivered within range. ExacTrac really gave us the confidence to make everything possible.

Maximilian Niyaz, MD, PHD, Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) Hospital, Munich, Germany
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We are convinced that coupling surface imaging with IGRT will be a major advantage because you get direct confirmation of the anatomical information as especially the threshold for repositioning becomes smaller.

Thierry Gevaert, PhD, UZ Brussel, Brussel, Belgium
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You have the great possibility of using surface motion monitoring throughout the entire fraction, so this SGRT workflow unquestionably means greater patient safety. This is not just the case for SRS, this also applies to any other type of treatment. This really can be considered a main safety feature and certainly will also become more important in the future.

Philipp Freislederer, PhD, Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) Hospital, Munich, Germany
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We often have quite complex cases, but with ExacTrac Dynamic, we are able to manage those as well. One important issue in a specific case was that we had to choose high margins for the patient’s surface. It was essential to have not too much detected breathing motion, so we really needed very tight margins for X-Ray surveillance. The outcome was quite good and the five fractions could be delivered within range. ExacTrac really gave us the confidence to make everything possible.

Maximilian Niyaz, MD, PHD, Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) Hospital, Munich, Germany
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Get free access to our SGRT Masterclass

When you register for this masterclass, you’ll receive four expert webinar recordings over the course of three weeks.

We offer this Brainlab Masterclass free of charge. In exchange, you will receive promotional emails from the company.

Interested to learn more about how we merge X-Ray and 4D surface tracking?