Potentially affected is ExacTrac Vero version 3.5 (including all subversions). Serial numbers/lot numbers are not applicable for a software version. Model/catalogue numbers: 20892 EXACTRAC VERO SOFTWARE 3.5 20892A EXACTRAC VERO SOFTWARE 3.5.1 20892B EXACTRAC VERO SOFTWARE 3.5.2 20892C EXACTRAC VERO SOFTWARE 3.5.3 20893 VERO INFRARED POSITIONING/MONITORING SW 46213 EXACTRAC VERO SW UPDATE 3.5 TO 3.5.1 46214 EXACTRAC VERO UPGRADE KIT 3.2 to 3.5 FOC 46215 EXACTRAC VERO UPGRADE KIT 3.1 TO 3.5 FOC 46216 EXACTRAC VERO SW UPDATE 3.5.2 TO 3.5.3 46228 EXACTRAC VERO 3.5 ROW 46238 EXACTRAC VERO 3.5 JAPAN
Potentially affected are ExacTrac Vero versions 3.x. Currently only ExacTrac Vero SW versions 3.5(.x) are installed for use on existing ExacTrac Vero Systems (only ExacTrac Vero v.3.5 exist in the field). UDI: 04056481132446
Worldwide Distribution - US Distribution and to the countries of : Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and S. Korea
Descripción del producto
BRAINLAB EXACTRAC VERO, Model/Catalog Numbers: || 46228 EXACTRAC VERO 3.5 || 46238 EXACTRAC VERO 3.5 || 46216 EXACTRAC VERO SW UPDATE 3.5.2 TO 3.5.3 || 46218 EXACTRAC VERO SW UPDATE 3.5.3 TO 3.5.4 || The ExacTrac Vero system is intended to be used in conjunction with the MHI-TM2000 Radiation Therapy Linear Accelerator System manufactured by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. ExacTrac Vero uses the images received from the MHI-TM2000 linear accelerator for analyzing the current patient position and calculating - when applicable - a necessary correction shift. The correction shift is then exported to the MHI-TM2000 linear accelerator. The ExacTrac Vero system uses stereoscopic X-ray or Cone Beam CT registration and optical tracking of infrared reflective markers in order to localize and correct the patient position before and during treatment. Optionally ExacTrac Vero provides position data for the pan/tilt motion of the MHI-TM2000 gantry head to the MHITM2000 controller for continuous alignment of the beam orientation with a moving target. The position data is based on target detection via X-ray imaging and IR tracking of external surrogate markers.