Join Adaptiiv Sept 27th at 11:30am EST as we host Radiation Therapist Kathryn Moran of the NS Health Authority. Hear about a variety of cases focusing on the challenges with traditional bolus, 3D printing, workflow and fit. A unique webinar from the perspective of a radiation therapist! Click Here to Register
July 25, 2018 Adaptiiv Medical Technologies is delighted to announce the promotion of Adam Dennis to Director of Technology. Adam is a widely respected team leader and has made significant contributions to the growth of Adaptiiv since joining in Sept 2017. Adam has played an integral role in obtaining Adaptiiv’s recent FDA 510 (k) clearance. […]
July 24 2018 Adaptiiv Medical Technologies Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of Ryan Embrett-Baboushkin to our Advisory Board. Ryan will fill the role of HR Advisor and is the current Director – People and Organization Development at the IWK Health Center. Adaptiiv’s Advisory Board provides leadership in carrying out the company’s mission of […]
HALIFAX, July 18, 2018 /CNW/ – Adaptiiv, an innovative medical technology company announced today that it received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market 3D Bolus Software, an advanced software solution that enables the creation of customized personal medical devices using 3D printing, used primarily in the treatment of cancer. […]
We are excited to be teaming up with CIVCO, the leading global provider of high quality, innovative, patient-centric radiotherapy solutions. This initiative marks a milestone for Adaptiiv in improving patient outcomes in radiation therapy worldwide. Read more on our collaboration with CIVCO.
From the moment we were founded, we had big aspirations in mind – to be the definitive technology platform that could create transformational solutions and deliver life-changing outcomes for patients all over the world. The name 3D Bolus initially encapsulated everything we were at the very beginning. Boluses have long been a weak link in […]
Three-dimensional (3D) printing is suitable for the fabrication of complex radiotherapy bolus. By combining 3D printing technology with patient image data, cancer centres are able to improve accuracy and efficiency of radiation therapy.