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Respiratory control techniques - Abches System for Tumor

Respiratory control techniques - Abches System for Tumor

*Decrease tumor movement and beam exposure to normal tissues markedly. *Use an in-house developed respiratory counter-motion couch to solve the tumor motion problem. *Introduced Abches system, a breath-holding technique to decrease normal tissue damage.

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Overview
For tumors that grew near the diaphragm (liver or lung) or in the intra-abdominal cavity, respiratory motion can be as large as 2 cm during normal breathing. Precise radiosurgery is impossible to perform indepartments without good respiratory motion techniques.

We have a self-developed respiratory counter-motion couch and introduced the Abches system from Japan. Take left breast cancer for example, a breath hold can expand the lung volume, in which not only “freezes” the tumor, but increased distance between tumor and heart. The heart radiation exposure is decreased and so does risk of heart disease in the future.
Features
1.By good respiratory control technique, we can decrease tumor movement and beam exposure to normal tissues markedly.
2.We use an in-house developed respiratory counter-motion couch to solve the tumor motion problem. It is an effective and economical way and is the first invention of Taiwan radiotherapy field.
3.Introduced Abches system (Japan, Apex medical), a breath-holding technique to decrease normal tissue damage.

By using our respiratory motion technique, respiratory motion is decreased by 60% and can further decrease 64.86%-75.67% normal tissue exposure.
Service Procedure
1. Outpatient clinic evaluation
2. Pretreatment simulation and customized body casting
3. Treatment planning
4. Start treatment (different treatment fractions according to each patient)
5. Post treatment follow-up and care
Notification
Requires repiratory motion practice before treatment.
Estimated Cost
(Prices listed below are for reference. Actual cost may be according to the real expense during the hospitalization.)
4,000-6,000 USD
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