About linear accelerators
National Center of Surgery's radiotherapy department is equipped with US company Varian's modern and maximally sophisticated, clinically equivalent (twin) linear accelerations Truebeam and Vitalbeam, which guarantees uninterrupted treatments for patients.
What does the radiotherapy department offer to patients?
National Center of Surgery’s radiotherapy department for patients provides individualized, medical evidence-based, high standard radiation therapy using modern technologies. The goal of each member of the radiotherapy department team is to provide you with the treatment course based on your requests and needs in caring atmosphere
The Radiotherapy Department conducts radiotherapy of various organs and using linear modern techniques: 3DCRT 3 Dimensional conformal, IMRT Intensity-modulated, volume modulated VMAT (RapidArc), RGRT Respiration synchronized radiotherapy:
- Central nervous system
- Gastrointestinal tract organs
- Urologic-oncologic diseases
- Gynecologic oncologic diseases
- Hematologic cancer
- Bone and soft tissue
- Brain and bone multiple metastases
Joint cooperation of radiotherapy department and abroad working experts
The most important is to prepare a patient's treatment tactic and irradiation plan. This process takes place as a the joint cooperation between our clinic’s radiotherapy department and abroad working successful Georgian experts in this field. Following people participate in treatment tactic and irradiation planning: Professor Natia Esiashvili, head of quality unit of radiation oncology department, Emory University (Atlanta U.S) and associated professor Maia Jugashvili, leading specialist at Spain Genesis Care’s multidisciplinary institution of oncology, member of public relations committee of ESTRO international radiology oncologists’, associated professor of Murcia University.
Treatment’s daily procedures are performed with control of IGRT (image-guidance radiotherapy) that ensures high accuracy of the treatment plan accomplishment. Treatment planning for each patient is completed in high quality and in accordance with safety norms.
In the nearest future, radiosurgery (SRS, SBRT) and brachytherapy will be added to National Center of Surgery’s radiotherapy department services making the this direction of patient treatment complete.