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  • The new open‐face mask improves comfort and tolerability for patients, particularly those with moderate claustrophobic anxiety

    According to the research,The open‐face mask is characterized for its immobilization capability and can immobilize patients sufficiently  during radiotherapy provides a clinical solution to the immobilization of patients with head and neck (HN) cancer undergoing radiotherapy, and is particularly beneficial for claustrophobic patients. This new open‐face mask is readily adopted in radiotherapy clinic as a superior alternative to the standard full‐head mask. CONCLUSIONS We have established and characterized a new precut open‐face thermoplastic mask for immobilization of patients with head and neck, cervical spine, and brain cancer during radiotherapy. Using real‐time OSI, absolute head motion during 15 minutes or more on the treatment couch was found to be approximately  for both healthy volunteers and patients with claustrophobia. Mask‐locking‐induced head shifts and rotations were quantified and accounted for as the uncertainty in conventional setup. The open‐face mask opening (with reinforced strips) does not reduce the strength of the mask, in comparison with the full‐head…

    Industry Blog 2020-06-02
  • Why do we need immobilisation masks?

    During daily radiation treatment, it isnecessary to ensure that you will be inexactly the same position. If you are getting radiation to the brainor head & neck area, you may need an immobilisation mask for daily treatment. Masks are used: to make it easier for you to staystill; to help keep your head frommoving so that you are in theexact same position for eachtreatment; so any markings that may be used to position you for the treatment can be drawn on the mask, not your skin. A radiation therapist makes the mask during your CT planning scan and the process usually takes around 30 minutes. The mask will be moulded to your face and secured to the table to gently hold your head in place during radiation treatment.  During the treatment, it may feel strange to have the mask on at first. Let the radiation therapists know if you feel…

    Industry Blog 2020-05-22
  • What is a radiotherapy mask?

    For most types of radiotherapy to your brain, head or neck area, you wear a mask during each treatment.This is sometimes also called a mould, head shell or cast. The mask is made to hold your head and neck still and in exactly the right position.They use the marks to accurately line up the radiotherapy machine for each treatment.

    Industry Blog 2020-05-21
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    Company News 2020-04-28
  • The new open‐face mask improves comfort and tolerability for patients, particularly those with moderate claustrophobic anxiety

    According to the research,The open‐face mask is characterized for its immobilization capability and can immobilize patients sufficiently  during radiotherapy provides a clinical solution to the immobilization of patients with head and neck (HN) cancer undergoing radiotherapy, and is particularly beneficial for claustrophobic patients. This new open‐face mask is readily adopted in radiotherapy clinic as a superior alternative to the standard full‐head mask. CONCLUSIONS We have established and characterized a new precut open‐face thermoplastic mask for immobilization of patients with head and neck, cervical spine, and brain cancer during radiotherapy. Using real‐time OSI, absolute head motion during 15 minutes or more on the treatment couch was found to be approximately  for both healthy volunteers and patients with claustrophobia. Mask‐locking‐induced head shifts and rotations were quantified and accounted for as the uncertainty in conventional setup. The open‐face mask opening (with reinforced strips) does not reduce the strength of the mask, in comparison with the full‐head…

    Industry Blog 2020-06-02
  • Why do we need immobilisation masks?

    During daily radiation treatment, it isnecessary to ensure that you will be inexactly the same position. If you are getting radiation to the brainor head & neck area, you may need an immobilisation mask for daily treatment. Masks are used: to make it easier for you to staystill; to help keep your head frommoving so that you are in theexact same position for eachtreatment; so any markings that may be used to position you for the treatment can be drawn on the mask, not your skin. A radiation therapist makes the mask during your CT planning scan and the process usually takes around 30 minutes. The mask will be moulded to your face and secured to the table to gently hold your head in place during radiation treatment.  During the treatment, it may feel strange to have the mask on at first. Let the radiation therapists know if you feel…

    Industry Blog 2020-05-22
  • What is a radiotherapy mask?

    For most types of radiotherapy to your brain, head or neck area, you wear a mask during each treatment.This is sometimes also called a mould, head shell or cast. The mask is made to hold your head and neck still and in exactly the right position.They use the marks to accurately line up the radiotherapy machine for each treatment.

    Industry Blog 2020-05-21

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