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Unlock the Potential of Precision Therapy Today

Connect with us to explore how the SDX® System can transform your patient care through advanced respiratory gating technology. Our team is here to guide you through every step of implementation, ensuring seamless integration and maximizing the benefits for your patients and practice.

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USA Office
3363 NE 163 St. Suite 806E
North Miami Beach, FL, USA 33160

French Headquarters
35 Rue Pierre Simon Laplace – Z.I les Milles
13290 Aix-en-Provence, France


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Questions Answered

What is the SDX® System?2024-05-06T12:09:48-04:00

The SDX® System is an advanced respiratory gating system designed to improve the accuracy and safety of radiation therapy by synchronizing radiation delivery with the patient’s breathing.

How does the SDX® System enhance radiation therapy?2024-05-06T12:26:08-04:00

By ensuring that the tumor is precisely targeted with radiation while it’s in a reproducible position and exposure to surrounding healthy tissues is minimized, the SDX® System enhances treatment efficacy and reduces the risk of toxicity-induced side effects.

Can SDX® be integrated with existing radiation therapy equipment?2024-05-06T12:12:44-04:00

Yes, the SDX® System is designed for seamless integration with a wide range of radiation therapy machines, offering flexibility and enhancing the capabilities of existing treatment protocols.

What training is provided for clinicians using the SDX® System?2024-05-06T12:26:18-04:00

Comprehensive training sessions are provided, covering operational aspects, patient setup, and best practices to ensure clinicians can effectively utilize the system for optimal patient care.

Is the SDX® System suitable for all types of tumors?2024-05-06T12:26:23-04:00

The SDX® System is particularly beneficial for treating thoracic and abdominal tumors, where respiratory motion can significantly impact the precision of radiation therapy.

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