Ensure your daily alignment checks are fast and effective with the MultiPHAN daily alignment phantom. MultiPHAN is the ideal solution for verifying all your image guidance and alignment systems -- from lasers to EPIDs to CBCT.
Stay tuned for general release in 2019.
TG-142 requires confirmation that imaging system isocenters match the treatment isocenter, and that repositioning can be performed accurately. This is important to ensure that a patient, who may be imaged and repositioned with a variety of different systems, can ultimately be aligned with the radiation treatment isocenter.
MultiPHAN is simple, yet comprehensive, and can validate the alignment of:
In addition, MultiPHAN can test registration and repositioning using an offset target. The optional stand is custom designed to work with the two non-metallic internal markers to make repositioning tests simple and precise. The stand also enables easy testing of rotational adjustments and 6D couch-based repositioning.
MultiPHAN can also be used for daily ODI checks.
Easing TG-142 Requirements
The SunCHECK™ Machine Platform provides all 127 tasks, as defined by TG-142. Collect your alignment data with the MultiPHAN and enter it into SunCHECK Machine for simple storage of all your TG-142 data.
|Alignment System:||5 bone-equivalent rods, easy to visualize and register on the linac; compatible with CBCT, MV EPID, kV imaging, 6D couches, and more|
|Isocenter Marker:||Low-Z ceramic bead. Encircled by a groove on cube faces to check alignment in planar images|
|Offset Marker:||Low-Z ceramic bead at a fixed offset from isocenter, for registration and repositioning|
|Light Field Test:||4 internal BB's with corresponding scribe markers on the phantom surface corroborate light field coincidence with the radiation field|
|Tissue Equivalent:||HE CT Solid Water® base construction, with Gammex bone-mimicking registration rods|
|Easy Alignment:||Thin white laser scribe lines extend the full phantom length for fast and accurate alignment|
|Stand:||Included. Easily and precisely shift the cube from an isocentric alignment to the offset target with this discrete-positioning stand. The stand can also enact rotations to test registration and 6D repositioning.|
|Dimensions:||14 cm x 14 cm x 14 cm|
|Weight:||2.7 kg (6.0 lbs)|