Experience the moment when artificial intelligence and adaptive therapy combine to create Adaptive Intelligence. Technology so advanced that it will inspire you to reimagine how you’re able to treat each patient in your care.
AN ADAPTIVE INTELLIGENCE™ SOLUTION
Ethos™ therapy is a comprehensive, revolutionary new therapy that is patient-centric and personalised—from initial planning to on-couch adaptation and treatment monitoring.
- Access diagnostic-quality MR, PET and CT images during planning and treatment
- View daily changes in patient anatomy at the console with high-quality iCBCT images
- Optimise visualisation of large target volumes
- Gain insight through the advanced power of AI-enhanced image segmentation and AI-driven treatment planning
- Apply automated dose accumulation and forecasting to monitor treatment progress
- Harness relevant knowledge to monitor and forecast dose accumulation
TREAT MORE PRECISELY
- Employ an integrated suite of tools for the entire adaptive workflow – from initial planning to on-couch adaptation and treatment monitoring
- Deliver on the doctor’s intent through on-couch adaptive treatment
- Provide patients with a typical 15-minute treatment slot, from set-up to delivery
- Get the flexibility to choose between adaptive and non-adaptive treatments
- Experience the versatility of selecting sliding window IMRT or VMAT
… what you imagined you’d be able to achieve, affect and inspire on a global scale – with Ethos™ therapy, an Adaptive Intelligence™ solution from Varian.
Trade Press Articles
- Redefining adaptive radiotherapy and the future of cancer treatment
- Future of radiotherapy: Efficiency and accessibility Future of radiotherapy: Efficiency and accessibility
- Personalising cancer treatment: Why adaptive therapy isn't there yet.
- Adaptive radiotherapy: Cancer treatment may be safer, more accessible
Medical Journal Articles
- Archambault Y, Boylan C, Bullock D et al. Making On-Line Adaptive Radiotherapy Possible Using Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning For Efficient Daily Re-Planning MEDICAL PHYSICS INTERNATIONAL Journal, Vol.8, No.2, May 2020.
Safety information: Radiation may cause side effects and may not be appropriate for all cancers.