The Carol and Ray Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center and Christiana Care Helen F. Graham Cancer Center have ordered for RaySearch Laboratories' RayStation treatment planning system.
The Carole Cancer Center will use RayStation for advanced contouring and deformable registration to improve patient workflow as well as to combine doses from several modalities, and use the system’s toolbox for treatment evaluation to assess the different techniques.
The Helen F. Graham Cancer Center will use RayStation for advanced deformable registration, dose accumulation and adaptive radiotherapy as well as take current plans to use advanced techniques to assess the need for re-planning.
RaySearch said if re-planning is needed, RayStation will allow clinicians re-optimize the plan based on dose that has already been delivered, using special adaptive techniques to adjust for anatomical changes occurring during the course of treatment.
RaySearch Laboratories president Marc Mlyn said, "RayStation is of course a complete treatment planning system, but it is also a great solution for customers considering third party products to enhance their current treatment planning technology suite as it has many configurable modules that make it highly adaptable to both the needs and to the budget of radiation therapy centers."
RaySearch Laboratories CEO Johan Lof said, "We see a lot of interest and have a large number of business discussions ongoing so I am confident that the US customer base will keep expanding during the second half of this year."