Nucletron out of Veenendaal, The Netherlands has received FDA approval for the company’s unified system for reviewing radiotherapy plans “generated with a wide variety of DICOM-compliant treatment planning systems in a Windows (PC) environment.”
From the press release:
“Oncentra® RT Viewer has several robust features that enable clinicians to work more efficiently in a digital environment,” said Bill Dowd, Nucletron’s vice president for North America. “The application puts powerful tools in the hands of clinicians during the treatment planning stage. Oncentra RT Viewer powers true interoperability between planning facilities regardless of treatment plan origin. This is a novel and exciting development for radiation treatment workflow. ”
Oncentra RT Viewer makes it possible to review and share treatment planning data such as DICOM RT images, RT structure sets, RT plans including RT dose on any computer, making it an optimal tool for clinical consulting and peer-to-peer reviewing. Oncentra RT Viewer is a technologically advanced alternative to hardcopy paper information for reviewing and sharing treatment planning data, and utilizes the hospital network for sharing plans digitally, as well as on any other electronic sharing device.