Varian Medical Systems, the leading manufacturer of medical devices for treating cancer, will exhibit the company's advanced technologies for image-guided radiotherapy and radiosurgery at the 25th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology (JASTRO).
Varian's booth at the meeting will showcase the company's latest products, including the TrueBeam medical linear accelerator for image-guided radiotherapy and radiosurgery, offering the high dose delivery rates, precision, and speed needed for precise radiosurgery and stereotactic body radiotherapy procedures.
Varian personnel will also be on hand to demonstrate the latest releases of the ARIA oncology information and Eclipse treatment planning software systems. ARIA is a comprehensive information management solution that streamlines clinical processes, improves workflow, eliminates paper charts, and automates many aspects of managing complex cancer treatments.
"ARIA 11—the latest release—has been designed so that clinicians can personalize their home screen to easily access what they need, at the appropriate level of detail," says Makoto Yamada, sales manager for Varian in Japan. "ARIA is now also more tightly integrated with the Eclipse system, enabling users to access both applications from a single workspace. Clinics can configure the system to guide personnel through their daily tasks, and can set up workflows to incorporate safety checks as another quality assurance measure."