Probeam 360°

The new ProBeam 360° Proton Therapy System is designed for next-generation proton therapy.

Doug Powell demonstrates the use of facial recognition technology to identify a patient's radiotherapy treatment. The entire set-up cost about $65,000 but Parker Adventist is the first to implement it.

The new ProBeam 360° Proton Therapy System is designed for next-generation proton therapy. The system offers uncompromised clinical capabilities with ultra-high dose rates, a 360-degree gantry and exceptional precision, all within a 30 per cent smaller footprint.

Proton therapy plays an increasingly important role in the fight against cancer, and the new ProBeam 360° System is designed not only for today’s most complex treatment techniques, but also to enable next-generation proton therapy. The system offers uncompromised proton therapy with 50 per cent smaller volume, 30 per cent smaller footprint, 25 per cent lower vault construction cost.

RapidScan revolutionises motion mitigation, delivering each field within a single breath-hold for most patients. RapidScan, when used in conjunction with the Eclipse treatment planning system, simultaneously optimises treatment plan quality and delivery time. The ProBeam 360° System with RapidScan simplifies conventional procedures required to treat moving targets, increases the number of patients who can comply with breath-hold treatments and also reduces treatment time without sacrificing quality.