LinacView™ Proactive Patient Plan Delivery QA
Effortless logfile based plan QA for every fraction of every treatment
Plan Delivery QA for Traditional LINACs
- Machine performance versus specified plan.
- Supports fluence comparisons.
Immediate Clinical Event Notification
- Audible alarm in central location.
- Emails or texts to physics staff.
Adaptive Workflow Plan QA
- Plan of the day QA.
- Complete before the patient leaves the room.
Powerful Analysis Tools
- Visualize and trend treatment parameters.
- Predict future machine failures.
- Works with your current network.
- Requires no special computing hardware.
LinacView Software/computer Requirements
Operating SystemWindows 10 - 64-bits Recommended
RunTime EnvironmentJava 8 x64
ProcessorIntel i7 - 2.5 GHz or greater
Memory4 GB free RAM or greater
Hard Drive50 GB
Screen Resolution1920 x 1080 or greater
Local Area Network / Internet AccessRequired
SpeakersAllow audible alerts, if desired
An investigation of using log- file analysis for automated patient- specific quality assurance in MRgRT
Logfile Analysis for Automated Patient Specific Quality Assurance in MRgRT [ ABSTRACT ]
Patient-specific quality assurance using machine log files analysis for stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT
An Investigation of using Logfile Analysis for Automated Patient Specific Quality Assurance in MRgRT [ VIDEO PRESENTATION ]
Error Sensitivity of a Logfile Analysis Tool Compared with a Helical Diode Array Dosimeter for VMAT Delivery Quality Assurance
Jul 25th, 2021 / AAPM Vendor Talk: Patient Specific QA Throughout Treatment
Apr 29th, 2021 / Each Fraction. Every Treatment. LinacView.
Jan 28th, 2021 / The Latest for LinacView
Nov 25th, 2020 / LinacView: What have your log files done for you lately?
May 29th, 2020 / LinacView: Effortless Plan QA
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