Versa HD™

Versatile, all-in-one system from classic radiotherapy to advanced stereotactic precision

Equipped with sophisticated conformal beam-shaping technology and High Dose rate mode delivery, Versa HD is designed to provide the precision and speed necessary to deliver advanced stereotactic radiotherapy (SRT) and stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS), techniques that demand the maximum accuracy in tumor targeting and protection of critical structures.

At the same time, Versa HD gives cancer management professionals the flexibility to employ conventional therapies to treat the broad spectrum of tumors throughout the body. Proven in its application, Versa HD is the only system to unlock the true potential of high dose rate delivery due to its market-leading leaf speeds and ultra-low leaf transmission.

  • Treat the breast with less cardiac dose thanks to advanced motion management solutions 1

  • Track the prostate without seeds or dose thanks to real-time intra-fraction motion management

  • Deliver complex head and neck plans 42% faster thanks to Agility™ leaf speeds combined with VMAT delivery 3

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References

1 Versa HD breast configuration with Active Breathing Coordinator™ - Wang, W., et al., Rapid automated treatment planning process to select breast cancer patients for active breathing control to achieve cardiac dose reduction. Int J Radiat Oncol Biol Phys, 2012. 82(1): p. 386-93

2 As compared to previous generation Elekta digital linear accelerators. Stieler F, Steil V, Wenz F, Lohr F, Department of Radiation Oncology, University Medical Center Mannheim, University of Heidelberg, Germany

3 As compared to previous generation Elekta digital linear accelerators. Stieler F, Steil V, Wenz F, Lohr F, Department of Radiation Oncology, University Medical Center Mannheim, University of Heidelberg, Germany