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CyberKnife VSI System is a non-invasive option to surgery for the treatment of both cancerous and non-cancerous tumors anywhere in the body including the Prostate, Lung, Brain, Spine, Liver, Pancreas and Kidney. Cyberknife Surgery, Estimated Cost of Cyberknife Surgery in India is very less as compared to the other countries. Read more to compare cost and to find the best hospital for Cyberknife Surgery in india. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Cyberknife Surgery in India : Get cost estimation, best hospital and complication

Cyber knife Surgery
  • Complete guide for Cost Comparison, Best
    hospital, Complication, Risk and Recovery

About Cyberknife Treatment
  • The CyberKnife VSI System is a non-invasive
    option to surgery for the treatment of
    both cancerous and non-cancerous tumors anywhere
    in the body including the Prostate, Lung, Brain, S
    pine, Liver, Pancreas and Kidney. The treatment
    delivering beams of high-dose radiation to tumors
    with extreme accuracy offers new hope to patients
  • Though its name may show images of scalpels and
    surgery, the CyberKnife VSI treatment involves no
    cutting. In fact, the CyberKnife VSI System is
    the world's first and only Robotic Radio Surgery
    system designed to treat tumors throughout the
    body non-invasively. CyberKnife gives
    a pain-free, non-surgical option for patients who
    have inoperable or surgically complex tumors or
    who may be looking for an alternative to surgery.

What makes CyberKnife so unique?
  • nrivalled accuracy The CyberKnife system can
    treat moving tumors with pinpoint accuracy, which
    is unmatched by other radio surgery systems. This
    is especially important when treating tumors that
    move with anybody function (e.g., breathing).
  • Unlimited flexibility and freedom The CyberKnife
    system's robotic maneuverability allows doctors
    to deliver highly individualized treatments. With
    a linear accelerator mounted on a flexible
    robotic arm, CyberKnife clinicians can select
    various angles targeting the tumor with a high
    dose of radiation from every conceivable angle.

What makes CyberKnife so unique?
  • Real-time image guidance The CyberKnife uses a
    very sophisticated 6D image guidance system to
    track and continually adjust treatment for any
    movement of the patient or tumor.
  • Convenient Depending on the type of tumor,
    patients need only one to five CyberKnife
    treatments, typically lasting less than an hour
    each, while other radiation systems require
    dozens of treatments spread over several weeks.
  • Patient safety Unlike other gantry based linear
    accelerators, the CyberKnife operates on a fully
    integrated closed loop system.

CyberKnife is used to treat
  • Non Cancerous Tumors
  • Brain cancer
  • Prostate cancer
  • Liver cancer
  • Cancerous tumors in spine
  • Lung cancer
  • Head and Neck Cancer
  • Breast Cancer

How CyberKnife is done?
  • Preparing for CyberKnife
  • Evaluation Post-diagnosis, doctors may
    recommend CyberKnife treatment depending on the
    patient's specific requirements. A team of
    doctors, including radiation oncologists, medical
    oncologists and surgeons along with medical
    physicists, radiation technicians and nurses'
    work together to define the care plan for the
  • Imaging and treatment planning Before the
    treatment begins an MRI, CT or CT/PET scan is
    taken to determine the size, shape and location
    of the tumor. Images from these scans are
    digitally transferred to the CyberKnife's
    treatment planning workstation, where specialists
    identify the tumor to be targeted and its
    surrounding vital structures to be protected. The
    plan is designed to match the desired radiation
    dose for the tumor and limit exposure to the
    surrounding healthy tissue.

During the procedure of CyberKnife
  • The patient is positioned on the table ensuring
    his/her comfort. The robot moves around carefully
    to deliver radiation to the selected part.
  • At the same time, the VSI system takes
    the X-ray of the part being treated to provide
    real-time location and images. This increases the
    precision and accuracy of the treatment being
  • The patient undergoes 1 to 5 sessions, depending
    upon the severity and location of the tumor. Each
    session may last approximately for 1 hour.

What are the benefits of CyberKnife technology?
  • Improved patient outcomes through better and
    more accurate targeting of tumor lesions
  • A painless treatment procedure that requires no
  • The technology is non-invasive and involves no
    blood loss
  • Minimum exposure of healthy tissues to the
    harmful radiations
  • Does not require hospitalization patients can
    immediately return to daily activities
  • No or minimal complications for patients post

What are the risks associated with CyberKnife
  • Some of the risks associated with CyberKnife
    technology are
  • Short-term side effects
  • Nausea
  • Fatigue
  • Headache

Which is the best hospital for CyberKnife in
  • BLK Super Speciality Hospital - Delhi is the best
    hospital for CyberKnife in India.
  • What is the cost of CyberKnife in India?
  • Cost of CyberKnife in India is very less as
    compared to the other countries. The cost of
    CyberKnife in India will be approx Rs. 3 to 5

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