A New High-Resolution Digital SRS and SBRT QA Detector Array

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Learn about the physics characteristics and clinical performance of the new, recently released myQA SRS solution. The detector is optimised for your SRS and SBRT Patient QA and features a novel 0.4 mm film-class resolution CMOS technology array with 105,000 measurement points.

In this online presentation, guest speakers Dr. Sally Fletcher and Dr. Chris Stepanek from University Hospitals Bristol & Weston (UHBW) NHS Foundation Trust, UK, will present their findings from extensive testing of the myQA SRS at UHBW. The presentation will conclude with expert answers to live questions.


  • Learn about the physics characteristics of myQA SRS as evaluated by a clinical user
  • Discover key performance specifications of the new myQA SRS
  • Understand the QA workflow from setup and calibration to software validation functionality
  • Observe the verification process and results for single- and multiple-target SBRT cases
  • Understand how myQA SRS can be used during Linac validation for your SRS treatments
  • Learn about limitations and challenges of stereotactic Patient QA using film-based or conventional SRS detector arrays


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