Pinnacle³ Treatment Planning

Pinnacle³ Proton Planning with IMPT

Proton-photon planning with Intensity-Modulated Proton Therapy (IMPT)

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NOCTN167

Pinnacle³ Proton Planning is designed to fully integrate proton planning for Double scattering and Uniform Scanning techniques within the conventional external beam treatment planning process. The combination of specially designed tools and the seamless integration within Pinnacle³ provides an extensive range of functionalities that offers clinicians the chance to select the appropriate treatment options for the patient and do the work quickly through improved workflow.

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Features
Trusted environment

Confident, integrated photon-proton planning

“The interface still has a familiar feel as the photon-only program. Easy to adjust to.”Randy Henderson, MDUniversity of Florida Proton Therapy Institute, Gainsville, FL“This is much easier and more user-friendly than other systems I commissioned. A great tool for physics.”Niek Schreuder, Vice President and Chief Medical PhysicistProVision Health Partners, Knoxville TN
Proton and photon planning

Full integration within the Pinnacle³ environment

Pinnacle³ Proton Planning allows seamless planning from a wide range of clinical applications for multiple delivery devices.
Dose computation

Composite planning with protons, photons, electrons, and brachytherapy

Intuitive visualization tools enable side-by-side comparisons of different plans to determine the preferred treatment protocol.
Simplified commissioning

Generalized SOBP-based modeling

Reduce the demand for incorporating detailed information of the delivery system and simplify the commissioning process.
Proton-photon planning

Comprehensive evaluation

Monitor the dose to the target and critical structures from different plans including photons, protons, and a composite plan.