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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Head & Neck Immobilization for Stereotactic Treatment

Accurate, high comfort, patient and user friendly SRS/SRT head and neck immobilization
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MRI Compatible Products

MRI compatible immobilization devices for a reproducible set-up, both during simulation and treatment
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HP PRO Solution

A proton friendly immobilization device
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MammoRx Patient Positioning Systems

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Nanor® Immobilization Masks

Patient comfort with ultimate limitation of movement
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Zephyr Patient Positioning and Transfer Systems

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

Visit our Product Information & Education page for properties of our thermoplastic materials, dosimetric properties, instructional videos and regulatory documents.

Blog

Water Bath vs. Dry-Heat Convection Oven

9 Common Questions About Heating Devices for Thermoplastic Masks

Radiotherapy masks can be heated in several ways, but the most common heating devices are a water bath and a dry-heat convection oven. The first one uses water to make the thermoplastic pliable, the latter uses dry heat. In this blog post, we give you an overview of common questions that may arise when choosing a heating device. It should be stressed that one is not necessarily better than the other, and that the choice between both heating devices depends largely on the personal preference of the radiotherapist.
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I chose a career in oncology in order to help people in their time of need

Radiation Therapist in the Spotlight: Brittany Pyper MRTT

I chose a career in oncology in order to help people in their time of need. Our patients are some of the strongest and most influential people I have had the opportunity to meet. A testimonial by our radiation Therapist in the Spotlight: Brittany Pyper MRTT.
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A video tutorial for the decoration of a paediatric Nanor mask for Proton Therapy

For immobilization in Radiation Therapy

After interviewing staff who decorate masks in radiation oncology departments all over the world, we could conclude that going that extra mile for a young patient makes all the difference. To help anyone who is intrigued by all the creatively decorated masks out there, but does not know how or where to start, we created this tutorial series. 
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Calendar

Conference

Wintersymposium van de Vlaamse Werkgroep voor Hoofd-Halstumoren (VWHHT) 2018

Gent, Belgium
Conference Workshop

Mayo Clinic Practical Proton Therapy Seminar and Workshop

Scottsdale, AZ
Conference

Arab Health

Dubai, UAE

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