Respiratory Gating System AZ-733VI

It has been a quarter of a century since the world’s first respiratory gating system was developed in collaboration with Tsukuba University Hospital in 1987. In the years since, Anzai Medical has perfected our Respiratory Gating System AZ-733VI.

More than 2,000 units of Anzai Medical’s respiratory gating system have been shipped to all over the world, and have been used without any serious adverse events.

Currently, it can be used in combination with the radiotherapy equipment and image diagnostic equipment of the following companies.

CT

Siemens Healthcare Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Siemens Healthcare Gmbh)

Canon Medical Systems Co., Ltd.

PET-CT

Siemens Healthcare Co., Ltd. (Head office: Siemens Healthcare Gmbh)

Canon Medical Systems Co., Ltd.

Linear Accelerator

Siemens Healthcare Co., Ltd. (Head office: Siemens Healthcare Gmbh)

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation

Elekta Corporation (Headquarters: ELEKTA AB)

Proton Therapy

IBA Proton Therapy

Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Ltd.

Toshiba Energy Systems Co., Ltd.

Hitachi, Ltd.

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation

High Performance

Respiratory sensor that can be used according to modality

Reduction latency of outputting gate signal

Scalability

Excellent cost performance

Multiple sensors can be used to acquire the respiratory signal

Convenience

Able to output gate signal synchronous with both electrocardiogram and respiration

Simple waveform adjustment

Absolute value display of respiratory motion

Complete file management

Efficiency

Additional of new gate output mode

Addition of breath monitor

User Review

Connection Device: Mitsubishi Proton Therapy
Purpose of use: Respiratory gated irradiation of lung and liver tumors

Dr. Takashi Ogino
Director, International Proton Therapy Center
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