Designed for accuracy and ease of use, Radiation Therapy phantoms provide integrated tests of the entire chain of treatment planning and delivery. They have proven to be indispensable quality-assurance tools.
The Alderson Radiation Therapy phantom (ART) and its earlier version, the Alderson RANDO phantom, have been in use for over 30 years. The ART has been refined and improved in both design and materials. These phantoms are indispensable quality-assurance tools; about 10,000 are in use all over the world. They provide integrated tests of the entire chain of treatment planning and delivery.
ART phantoms are molded of tissue-equivalent material; they are designed within highly sophisticated technological constraints and follow ICRU-44 standards. They are also designed for accuracy and ease of use.
The Treatment Brassiere
The Treatment Brassiere dependably delivers a more uniform dose every time. It reshapes the ipsilateral breast more favorably for radiation treatments and repositions the contralateral breast away from the beams. A full brassiere library of 40 cups is available in a portable caddy for convenient, organized fitting of nearly all patients.
RSD’s Spherical Phantom is a reliable aid to check mechanical and domestic treatment parameters.
Comes with truncated cone for TLD (or Film Dosimetry) and TLD Dosimetric Cylinder. Also includes two spare nylon assembly rods and two spare blind nylon nuts.
Head Phantom for Stereotactic Surgery
RSD’s Head Phantom for Stereotactic Surgery serves to check accuracy of treatment for quality assurance.
Comes with TLD Dosimetric Cylinder and one solid piece plus the Dry Water Cylinder to fill the other cavity. Also includes two spare nylon assembly rods and two spare blind nylon nuts.
Dynamic Breathing Phantom
The Dynamic Breathing Phantom is a state-of-the-art industry standard for planning lung cancer radiation therapy. It is designed to simulate an average adult humanoid torso including lungs, ribcage/chest-wall bone, skin and sub-dermis. The material properties of soft tissues, organs, bones, and joints provide a faithful simulation of the physical form of a human thorax and its radiological image properties.