The RIT Family of Products come equipped with an automated 3D Stereotactic Alignment routine to give you a fast and accurate measurement of isocenter accuracy, allowing you to optimize your SRS/SBRT delivery. Using only a set of EPID Winston-Lutz images, the RIT system will calculate deviations between radiation and mechanical isocenter, determine ball/BB setup error (New in 6.6), and suggest couch alignment adjustments to optimize your system’s accuracy. Additionally, this routine enables individual component (gantry, collimator, couch) characterization to better understand distinct contributions to isocenter deviation, giving insight into adjustments that can be made to improve delivery performance if needed.
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RIT for TG-142 enables you to use your EPID for many machine tests with confidence and ease. In addition, imaging QA phantoms are automatically scored with easy to use tracking and trending functions.
This Radiation vs. Light Field routine measures how well radiation and light field positions coincide for conformance with TG-142 recommendations. The routine can be used with a variety of phantoms, including the RIT L-Rad phantom. The routine can make use of EPID images of the radiation field and can adapt to a variety of SIDs, asymmetric, and custom field sizes. Besides radiation-light field coincidence, the routine measures field symmetry and flatness, penumbra width, and field edge orthogonality in vertical and horizontal directions.
The classic Star Shot routine measures the mechanical alignment of the gantry, the collimators, and the table. It automatically finds the star shot beam centers and edges to calculate misalignment using a variety of measures. EPID images of several spokes can be easily combined to analyze star patterns with the built-in Image Compositor tool.
RIT software makes a variety of beam-related measurements easy, and supports the widest variety of image formats including EPID, film, and CR.
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