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RIT's patented Plan-Based Calibration routine gives you the ability to make quick relative or absolute comparisons between any dose map and your Film, EPID, CR and ion chamber array images! Using any dose map images (no special patterns needed), another image can be calibrated. Overlaying this calibration with an existing absolute calibration can give you a measurement of the overall accuracy. This technique can be used to eliminate field size dependencies in film, EPID and CR images. It can also be used with an ion chamber array to produce fast absolute dose calibration at a multitude of points.
Patents: EP 1683546, JP 4366362, US 7024026, US 7639851, US 7680310, and EU 602006002615.3
Fast, consistent batch analysis!
Take advantage of a full 3D data set by using 3D Gels and Solids with the RIT Family of Products Whether you use your own 'octopus' tomographic laser scanner, or send your gel to MGS research to be scanned, you can import those files into RIT software for dose analysis. MGS claims resolutions up to 0.3 mm per slice.
RIT113 fully supports digital images from the Kodak / Carestream 2000RT and other CR equipment. DICOM files are easily converted to RIT format, giving you the complete palette of the RIT Family of Products routines and functionality. You get the precision of RIT dosimetry and the ease of a filmless system.
Precision is the entire point of IMRT, IGRT, and VMAT. For many years, film dosimetry was the gold standard tool for the high resolution images that are the cornerstone of QA testing. Although many of our users have transitioned to using their EPID with the RIT Family of Products, film is always an option. Speed and efficiency are critical to a busy treatment center, but obtaining the most accurate dose analysis possible is the real responsibility.
IMRT Analysis Routines For 2-D Arrays
All of RIT’s therapy products
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The original RIT product,
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Full suite of film dosimetry
routines, including patient and
basic machine QA