Clinicians can remain within the scanning room for the entirety of the prep process, guided by the app within the tablet that makes sure every step is taken care of.
Additionally, the systems include so-called DirectORGANS for OAR (Organs at Risk) capability that Siemens Healthineers describes as automatically resolving “the dependency between image quality and the consistency of autocontouring results. DirectORGANS uses a specialized image reconstruction, optimizing the CT images for autocontouring and applying a deep learning-trained contouring algorithm. DirectORGANS may help reduce unwarranted variations with high-quality contours that approach the level of consensus-based contours.”
“Siemens Healthineers is proud to unveil the SOMATOM go.Sim and SOMATOM go.Open Pro, which are the result of an intensive co-creation process involving over 300 radiotherapy experts,” said Hanno Dotzel, Vice President of Surgery and Oncology in the Advanced Therapies business at Siemens Healthineers North America. “These systems will help address the challenges inherent in CT radiation therapy planning and enable precision medicine in the fight against cancer.”
Link: SOMATOM go. platform…
Via: Siemens Healthineers