Designed to be used by both physicists and therapists, this easy method for complete daily CyberKnife QA enables improved frequency and depth of QA practices, potentially improving clinical results.
No film needed. Achieve accurate results within 0.1 mm in less time - hours reduced to minutes - while saving money and potentially increasing patient safety.
QA is done using the clinical pathway rather than the typical QA service mode for more realistic and faster results.
|Dimensions||38.7 cm L x 32.7 cm W x 4.9 cm H|
|Photons||60Co to 15 MV|
|Total Pixel Number||1024 x 1024|
|Active Pixel Number||1000 x 1000|
|Total area||204.8 x 204.8 mm2|
|ADC||16 bit, 1 MSps|
|Dynamic Range||> 88 dB|
|Operating system||Windows 7 or Windows 10 (64 bit); English version is required in all cases|
|Processor||Intel Core (At least dual-core recommended)|
|Memory||8 GB RAM (16 recommended)|
|Hard Drive||2 GB Free (20 GB Recommended)|
|Screen resolution||1024 x 768 or higher|
"We have been very happy with our purchase of the QA StereoChecker. Since acquiring the QASC, CyberKnife daily and monthly MLC and Iris QA at our clinic has been a breeze. The ease of use, coupled with the high resolution, makes me and my therapist’s life so much easier. We currently do a lot of patient specific SRS/SBRT QA with film, and having to be largely filmless with machine QA is big deal. Definitely a worthwhile investment, especially considering the future potential of this device."
"TOYOTA Memorial Hospital utilizes the just-in-time concept of TPS (TOYOTA production system) which involves efficiently and completely eliminating waste, inconsistencies, and unreasonable requirements on the production line.
So, for that reason, we purchased QASC in order to eliminate unnecessary time, unnecessary costs like film, and inconsistencies with film analyses. Moreover, QASC is easy to use.
Iris QA that actually took more than 4 hours was shortened to about 10 minutes. Measurement and analysis of the flatness test was also easy and our working hours dramatically decreased."