Treatment Preparation Checks
ClearCheck aims to improve plan review and enable efficient and easy reporting through automation. With the release of 1.7, we have added new Treatment Preparation checks to knock more TG-275 recommendations off your task list. The check items verify that the plan and fields are configured correctly for treatment and include:
- Couch coordinate assignment
- Verification of allowable treatment energies for pacemakers
- Diagnosis (ICD10) assignment
- Tolerance table verification
- Plan scheduling
- QA course completion
- Portal dosimetry results (if applicable)
There are hundreds of parameters to verify when checking a plan. Optimizing a plan for high-quality patient care is a meticulous and time-consuming process. We’ve built up our plan checks to make the process faster, easier, and more robust. We’ve added checks like Field ID and beam orientation matching, ensuring MLCs are closed within a specific distance behind jaws, checks for the proper naming convention for structures, structure sets, series, 3D images, and more.
Integration with AutoContour
Interested in faster, AI-driven contours? ClearCheck v1.7 incorporates the best of Radformation’s new automated contouring solution, AutoContour. With AutoContour enabled, Eclipse v15.5+ users have access to fast, clinic-ready contours directly from ClearCheck without importing or exporting DICOM files. Over 40 models of common OARs are available without any clinic-specific setup needed.
Powered by AI, our new automated contouring software instantly generates over 40 OARs and planning structures, standardizes accurate contours, and seamlessly integrates with Eclipse and ClearCheck.
“AutoContour represents a new standard for efficiency and safety in radiation therapy contouring,”
Improved Photon and Point Selection Workspace Features
Visualization of results is essential, so we’ve tweaked ClearClac to display up to 250 evaluated points for the target structure. Additionally, ClearCalc can display the best single point agreement out of the thousand points for all the fields. In the case a single point doesn’t pass, ClearCalc can suggest a number of alternate points to choose from, removing the need for creating and exporting new reference points. Got something wrong? Undo/redo functionality has you covered, allowing the ability to experiment with different points for various fields and go back if needed.