Providing patients with the highest standard of care has never been easier. Our streamlined software improves clinical workflow efficiencies, such as minimizing patient set up time both in the CT simulation and on the treatment unit.
We enable your team to deliver personalized healthcare and precise treatment like never before.
Trust, assurance, reduce risk.
We have received FDA 510(k) clearance to market software intended for use in radiation oncology, along with a CE Mark, TGA approval, and a quality management system (QMS) that complies with ISO 13485 certification.
As a regulatory cleared solution, our software provides assurance that accessories are created as digitally designed and have been verified within the TPS. To maintain regulatory clearances, we follow strict QA/QC protocol so users are able to reduce risk compared to the manual creation of accessories.
Customize, export, verify dose.
Our software converts patient DICOM data into a digital model which can be printed, no matter the size or complexity.
RT accessories designed in our software can be validated in the TPS ensuring that the designed accessory matches the prescribed treatment plan prior to printing.
Verified, validated, RT specific.
As part of being a regulatory cleared 3D printing software solution, we have verified and validated both 3D printers and various filament materials.
Our software is compatible with all 3D printers on the market that accept STL files. We have spent over 10,000 hours validating printers that go through a rigorous QA/QC process adapted for printing RT accessories.*
There are many different types of 3D printing filament materials on the market, each with their own properties and level of flexibility. We have verified and validated both inflexible and flexible filaments for use, such as Polylactic Acid (PLA) and Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU).
*If using a printer not validated by Adaptiiv, we work with you to ensure your printer meets the recommended minimum specifications to print RT accessories using our software.
Reduce air gaps, spare OARs, deliver optimal treatment.
Air gaps between standard sheet bolus and the patient surface can cause under dose in treatment. However, our 3D printing solution allows users to confidently create patient-specific accessories that significantly reduce air gaps, spare healthy tissue, and provide superior dose distribution compared to traditional methods.
Dose is calculated and verified using the latest modeling technology within the clinically commissioned TPS, ensuring that treatment is delivered as planned.
In complex cases that require modulated bolus, our solution improves the quality of electron plans that would otherwise be clinically unacceptable, ensuring patients receive the optimal treatment modality.
Just for you.
Patients can have peace of mind knowing that their bolus or applicator was created specifically for them based on their specific anatomy. Accessory design is completed in our software without the need for the patient to be present, if existing CT data is on file.
Patient-specific design results in a comfortable fit for even the most complex anatomy and eliminates the need for time consuming manual adjustments during treatment set up.
We 3D printed, then scanned the bolus on the patient. The bolus fit very well and the dosimetry was excellent, especially with regard to 90% dose conformity. All are pleased, including our Radiation Oncologist, Medical Physicist and Radiation Therapists involved. A plan like this wouldn’t be possible any other way.
Nova Scotia Health
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada