Green Life Healthy – Cyberknife Vs Proton Therapy is on of the best article on Green Life Healthy. Cyberknife is a technology on the first and only radiosurgery system robot world and is designed to treat tumors everywhere in the body with sub-millimeter accuracy. In Canada, this form of radiation therapy is only available at the cancer center and the new Quebec to Ontario.

Unlike traditional radiation treatment machines that deliver radiation in a linear way, Cyberknife system has a robotic arm that can be moved around the patient to deliver radiation. It has a sophisticated tracking system that uses x-rays to ensure that the radiation beam is directed right where the patient needs care. Also, image-guided approach continues corrects for any movement, such as breathing, helps to ensure that the beams are optimally positioned during the entire treatment.

Featured: Cyberknife Vs Proton Therapy

Featured: Cyberknife Vs Proton Therapy

Proton therapy is a place where patients can receive cancer treatment in a sophisticated and modern, especially for cancer that has not spread to other body parts. Proton therapy is an advanced form of radiation therapy in which the charged protons were fired into the cancer site, releasing energy only when the tumor has reached a depth corresponding to the size of the tumor proper. This process minimizes the propagation effects that occur in conventional radiation therapy in which unlike the proton, the energy released along with the path of the proton beam, which can injure healthy cells around it.

(Read this article: Best Innovation Cyberknife Robotic Surgery)

Aaron was in the middle of the ratification of the treaty with Aizawa Hospital in Nagano that, when finished, will establish the first proton therapy clinics established in Singapore. Patients will undergo diagnosis before starting treatment with the input of Aaron and Aizawa, certainly best care and expertise.

Cyberknife Vs Proton Therapy

Both of these technologies offer a broad range of support other than the actual treatment, has yielded significant results: our patients survive longer with fewer side effects and critical organs function better. In the end, we hope that with our treatment, patients get to experience improved quality of life.