Manipal Hospitals, India’s second-largest multi-speciality hospital chain, said it has launched the first of its kind advanced Radixact System. It comes with the Synchrony Automatic, Real–time Motion Synchronization Technology, for the precise treatment of cancer patients.
Manipal Hospitals has obtained the requisite license from AERB for Radixact X9 Tomotherapy with Synchrony tumour tracking technology, which is the first machine with this feature in India. Manipal said India is the first developing nation in the world to avail the new Radixact System after the US, UK, Japan and Hong Kong.
“The synchrony technology is expected to revolutionise cancer treatment by significantly lowering the discomfort undergone by cancer patients,” said Dr. Vadhiraja B M, HOD and Consultant – Radiotherapy, Manipal Hospitals. “Synchrony for the