Intraoperative irradiation (IORT) refers to the delivery of a single dose of irradiation to a surgically exposed tumor or tumor bed while the normal tissues are protected from the irradiation either by retracting the mobilized tissue or by shielding the anatomically been performed by using an electron beam as the source of irradiation.
Intraoperative electron Radiation Therapy (IOeRT). which uses high-energy electrons, is the most effective implementation of IORT.
Time zero between surgery and radiotherapy
Easily usable in multiple operating rooms only 100 seconds IOeRT treatment
Multiple energy and field size no addition shields lightweight of the mobile unit (<600 kg)
Five degrees freedom and flexible be use IOeRT can be used for the following cancers: Breast, gastric, esophagus, pancreas, rectal prostate, head and neck, soft tissue sarcomas, colon, renal, vaginal, pelvic, endometrial, cervix, …