For 60 years, Elekta has been setting the standard for treating challenging cancers and brain disorders that defy most conventional treatment methods. With its long-standing expertise in stereotaxy and patient-friendly innovations, Elekta has created solutions that are both extremely accurate and non-invasive in the treatment of brain and body targets. Gamma Knife® surgery alone has helped more than 700,000 people worldwide live longer and better lives, and is used to treat 70,000 patients every year. And the most advanced system, Leksell Gamma Knife® Perfexion™, takes stereotactic radiosurgery to a new level of accuracy and dose conformity. With the new Extend program for non-invasive, relocatable patient fixation, Perfexion also provides more versatility, increasing treatment applicability for more patients.
A complete system for cranial stereotactic radiosurgery, delivering highly targeted treatment doses to tumors, while sparing healthy surrounding tissues.
The Extend™ program from Elekta is a complete system for extending the utilization of Leksell Gamma Knife® Perfexion™
Fully integrated stereotactic radiation therapy system which combines 3D and 4D image guidance at the time of treatment with ultra-conformal beam shaping and robotic 6D sub-millimeter patient positioning.
The world's most preferred system for highly accurate intracranial neurosurgery, combining excellent imaging, high platform rigidity and ease of use when treating deep seated targets in the brain.
A widely used non-invasive method for treating brain disorders. Gamma Knife surgery delivers a single, high dose of radiation to a small and critically located cranial volume through the intact skull.
Stereotactic Neurosurgery is an integrated solution for minimally invasive neurosurgery for localization and treatment of targets within the brain.
Comprising 3D-Arm, a stable platform for tools and devices; and Hennig Instrument Guide, a minimally invasive skull-mounted device.
Elekta Neuromag® TRIUX™ features higher tolerance for magnetic interferences, new user interface features and patient comfort enhancements.