About TheraView

TheraView Technology and Cablon Medical is dedicated to bringing new and creative ideas to promote the future technology treatments with accuracy, verification, and safety. TheraView makes it possible for cancer treatment centers with any manufacturer of linear accelerator to upgrade to electronic portal imaging and IGRT technology.

TheraView also replaces time consuming port films, offering clinicians sophisticated TargetCheck® software to perform advanced image-guided radiotherapy (IGRT).

TheraView® will continue to build on its foundation as a reliable and valuable alternative for costly EPID technologies and IGRT solutions.

TheraView's new KV Imaging products takes IGRT to a higher level of image accuracy.

History

In 1990, a German physician contacted a company out of Syracuse, NY, called Infimed. The physician wanted to do "real time" MV imaging before and during radiotherapy treatments, while at the same time verifying patient position prior to actual treatment. Infimed, Inc. manufactured in the first Electronic Portal Imaging Device [EPID] and sold the rights to General Electric in 1990. General Electric sold the EPID as a standard add-on to their GE Profile linear accelerators for a number of years.

Theraview, a division of Cablon Medical [Leusden, NL], contacted GE in 1996 and bought the rights to the EPID from GE's radiation therapy product line. After the acquisition, Cablon Medical continued the research and development efforts left behind by GE to bring the Theraview product to its current capabilities.

In 1999, Acceletronics, Inc became the exclusive distributor of Theraview in North America. Acceletronics provides sales, marketing, installation, training, and post installation support for the Theraview product line.

In 2004, Radiology Oncology Systems, Inc. became the sales group supporting Acceletronics in the United States.

Currently, there are more than 600 Theraview units installed worldwide. With a unique niche in the radiation therapy marketplace, Theraview offers the only third party EPID compatible with the three major brands of linear accelerators: Varian, Elekta, and Siemens.

In 2010, TheraView and Acceletronics introduced the RAD II KV Imager.