With over 5,000 installed sites worldwide, the high-performance Clinac® is a reliable accelerator built on the proven C-series platform. This powerful workhorse treats thousands of patients around the world every day. Designed to deliver a wide range of imaging and patient treatment options, the Clinac system offers advanced features to facilitate state-of-the-art treatments including IMRT, IGRT, VMAT, RapidArc and stereotactic radiosurgery. With an eye toward the future, every Clinac machine is built to be supported and upgraded, enabling it to stay ahead of the curve. A treatment delivery system intended to offer easy scalability, the Clinac system can help busy clinics increase patient treatment throughput and offer the latest radiation therapy treatment techniques. Varian’s On-Board Imager (OBI), high intensity mode, RapidArc, RPM gating and motion management tools help deliver fast and effective patient treatments with accuracy. The Clinac effectively assimilates into the working environment of any clinic by seamlessly integrating with both ARIA and Eclipse. Having a track record of upgradability and high uptimes rates help make Clinac a secure, long term investment. With an unparalleled technology package, the range of functionalities available on Clinac helps enable clinics offer a variety of patient treatment options.
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