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Elekta Synergy® S

Designed for Stereotactic Radiosurgery and Stereotactic Radiation Therapy

The innovative Elekta Synergy® S solution combines sophisticated integrated imaging with remarkably high-resolution radiation delivery. Elekta Synergy S sets new standards of accuracy and therapeutic efficacy in extracranial stereotactic radiation therapy (SRT) and stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) applications. Modeled on the proven design of Elekta Synergy®, Elekta Synergy S is an image-guided robotic linear accelerator that combines high-conformance beam shaping with our exclusive 4D Adaptive™ image guided radiation therapy (IGRT) technology for advanced stereotactic radiation treatments. It also offers all the advantages of the complete line of Elekta digital linear accelerators, including exceptional positional accuracy, integrated digital controls, open connectivity, quiet operation and a durable, ergonomic design. Elekta Synergy S provides planar, fluoroscopic quality and 3D X-ray volume imaging (XVI) of the patient in the treatment position.

This helps to minimize the risk of set-up error by identifying critical structures during treatment, allowing clinicians to characterize and compensate for motion. With these capabilities, Elekta Synergy S delivers a powerful combination of software-driven, 2D and 3D image-guided accuracy and highly conformal beam-shaping – two critical requirements for maximizing precision and improving patient outcomes with stereotactic treatment. Essentially, Elekta Synergy S enables clinicians to apply SRS and SRT effectively for small-field lesions and other indications with tight tumor margins.

Elekta Synergy® S | Non Invasive Cancer Treatment | Princeton NJ | Hamilton NJ

Elekta Synergy® S | Non Invasive Cancer Treatment | Princeton NJ | Hamilton NJ

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