For patients and physicians who want the ultimate in advanced Superficial Radiation Therapy technology, Sensus Healthcare offers the SRT-100 Vision™—the next generation of innovation in our powerful arsenal against non-melanoma skin cancer and unsightly keloid scarring.
Built with all the same great features and remarkable efficacy that distinguish the original SRT-100™, the SRT-100 Vision™ delivers the precise, painless calibrated dose of Superficial Radiation Therapy patients and physicians expect, but offers additional features—most notably high-frequency ultrasound for imaging.
With a high-frequency ultra-sound guidance system, the SRT-100 Vision™ allows physicians to view areas being treated while they are being treated. This “see and treat” capability allows basal and squamous cell carcinomas, as well as keloid tissue, to be assessed more thoroughly so treatment can be targeted more precisely. When the ultrasound technology is placed over the treatment area using the laser positioning system, physicians can assess the lesion to see how deep it is and fine tune the exact amount of radiation needed. This will ultimately help tailor each patient’s treatment protocol when physicians are able to see how the lesion is progressing with each treatment session. Not only this, but each treatment session is recorded for patient records with the LesionCam™.
The SRT-100 Vision™ offers physicians, institutions and healthcare systems great value on several levels. This compact, efficient and very effective mobile device makes it easy to serve new patients and more patients. By increasing patient volume, the SRT-100 Vision™ allows care providers to expand their reputation and footprint in the community. And by adding a non-surgical treatment option that delivers a 95+ percent cure rate for non-melanoma cancer, along with a 90+ percent cure rate for keloid scarring, the SRT-100 Vision™ helps reduce the overall cost of healthcare.
With a frequency of 22 MHz, treatment boundaries and margins can be better defined. In turn, better definition helps guide physicians with decisions about optimal treatment energy and applicator size.