IMSure QA™ Software IMSure QA Software
Easily expedite accurate second checks for patient plan QA for a broad range of plan types.
IMSure QA™ Software Overview
Intuitive Plan Calculations
VMAT, IMRT and 3D Conformal plan calculations in one software solution.
Thorough Stereotactic QA
Quickly confirm cone-based or MLC-based SRS plans including SRS arcs.
Fast Brachytherapy Checks
Perform second checks of HDR and LDR plans for all isotopes while visualizing calculation and reference points in 3D.
IMSure Software/computer Requirements
Operating SystemWindows® 10 Professional, 64 bit recommended
ProcessorDual Core, 1 GHz; Quad Core, 2 GHz Recommended
Memory32-bit OS: 2 GB, 4 GB Recommended; 64-bit OS: 4 GB, 8 GB Recommended
Runtime EnvironmentVisual C++ 2010 Runtime
Hard Drive32 GB or greater, 3 GB free space for initial software installation.
Hard DriveSufficient free space to store the input RT Plan, Structures, and Image files as required.
Hard Drive25% free space recommended.
Screen Resolution1024 x 768 or greater
Optical DriveCompact Disc (CD) or Digital Versatile Disc (DVD)
ConnectivityIPv4 LAN, 100 Mbit/s or greater
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