Radiation Oncology

The Precision Expert

Orfit Industries has been providing immobilization systems for radiation oncology for more than 25 years already.

We bring innovation into this highly specialized market like no other company does, with a clear understanding of the needs of RT specialists and their teams, the patient’s comfort and the requirements of the authorities.

Our thermoplastic masks immobilize a patient effectively to a point where movement is limited to less than 1.5 millimetre. Combining Orfit thermoplastic masks with our hardware systems will result in optimal precision, comfort and reproducibility when immobilizing and positioning patients.

Products

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Stereotactic Head & Neck Solution

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MRI Solutions for brain, head and neck

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HP PRO Solution

A proton friendly immobilization device
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MammoRx Patient Positioning Systems

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Zephyr Patient Positioning and Transfer Systems

Available in USA, Canada, France, Germany and Benelux
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Product Information & Education

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MR safe label obtained for several Orfit products

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is becoming increasingly important in radiation oncology. (earlier post: The increasing need and interest in MRI in radiation therapy). To be MR safe, patient positioning and immobilization devices cannot contain materials that are electrically conductive or magnetic. Orfit recently obtained the MR safe…

Sagittilt: Orfit’s highly reproducible, patient friendly and heart-sparing prone breast solution

Breast cancer radiotherapy might involve some radiation exposure of the normal tissues within the thorax, including the heart and lungs. This is associated with secondary lung cancer and mortality and morbidity rates for women with left-sided breast cancer due to ischemic heart disease [1]. Darby et al demonstrated that for…

Moulding a radiotherapy mask: 11 things that often go wrong but can easily be avoided

Moulding a radiotherapy mask has become a routine task for most technicians. However, problems may pop up either during the moulding process or while refitting the mask for the first treatment session. Orfit has listed several tips to avoid these issues and to assure a high precision, reproducibility and patient…

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