Elekta VMAT

Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy

Elekta VMAT, Elekta’s advanced arc therapy technique, establishes new standards for radiation therapy treatment speed and dose reduction to the patient. With Elekta VMAT, single or multiple radiation beams sweep in uninterrupted arc(s) around the patient, dramatically speeding treatment delivery. Clinicians can use Elekta VMAT with complete or partial arc(s) to reduce treatment times from the 8-12 minutes required for conventional radiation therapy to as few as two minutes.

3D volume imaging technology integrated into Elekta treatment systems increases the precision of Elekta VMAT. This enables physicians to visualize the tumor target at the time of treatment and to guide therapy that both increase the radiation dose to the target and reduce exposure to surrounding healthy tissues.

Most importantly, compared to other commercial arc therapy techniques, Elekta VMAT provides the oncologist with the freedom to choose how the optimal dose will be delivered. This is achieved through the unique flexibility of Elekta treatment systems to simultaneously apply digital control to all treatment parameters, allowing doctors to manipulate the radiation dose and the imaging dose.

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Precision planning for photon and electron based plans

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Treatment delivery systems

With a comprehensive choice of delivery systems, Elekta is the ideal partner for ensuring that each clinic and patient receives the best system and treatment for their needs. Learn more about our solutions below and how they can expand your clinical practice.


Treatment solutions

At the forefront of clinical advancements, Elekta has been instrumental in delivering techniques like IGRT, IMRT, VMAT as well as SBRT and SRT. These techniques have given clinicians the flexibility to deliver conventional therapies to treat a wide range of tumors throughout the body, while also enabling treatment of highly complex cancers that require extreme targeting precision.