BrachyBytes® is an e-newsletter featuring interviews with today’s leading experts in breast brachytherapy. With its coverage of cutting-edge breast cancer topics, BrachyBytes is a must-read for radiation oncologists, surgeons, medical physicists, and any other healthcare professionals involved in the delivery of APBI.
- SAVI SCOUT Receives FDA Clearance!
- Getting the Best Outcomes with Oncoplastic Surgery and Breast Brachytherapy
- Strut-based Brachytherapy with SAVI: Favorable Outcomes at 5 Years
- Optimal Margin Width in Breast-Conserving Surgery
- Is Breast Brachytherapy Still Relevant?
- Is APBI Patient Selection Criteria Outdated?
- Marketing Ahead of Science: IORT for Early-Stage Breast Cancer
- Money Talks: 2014 Reimbursement Changes
- The Link Between Cardiac Toxicity & Radiation Therapy
- Closing the Knowledge Gap About Breast Cancer Treatment Options
- Hypofractionated WBI: Where Does it Fit in the Treatment Paradigm?
- Hot Topics in APBI: 2013 in Review
- 10-Year APBI Data: Equivalent Outcomes, Better Cosmesis
- Repeat Breast Conservation Therapy with APBI
- Is BCT Possible with Augmented Breasts?
- The Role of IORT in Breast Cancer Treatment
- Healthcare Reform: Where Specialists Fit in the Care Delivery Puzzle
- Counseling Patients on Breast Cancer Treatment Options
- Money Talks: Managing an APBI Coverage Denial
- Less is More: The State of Breast Conservation Therapy
- Hot Topics in APBI: 2012 in Review
- Preoperative MRI in Breast Cancer Management
- ASTRO Report: Strut-Based Brachytherapy Yields Low Toxicity
- Lower Toxicities with Strut-based Brachytherapy: New 4 Year Results
- Making the Most of Your Educational Resources
- Introducing BEST Forum
- Treating DCIS with APBI: The Debate Continues
- Use of Post-Lumpectomy Radiation in Older Patients
- Educating Primary Care Physicians: Grow Your Practice & Improve Patient Care
- Physician Payments Sunshine Act: What Physicians Need to Know
- Use of APBI in Patients with Collagen Vascular Disease
- Physicians React to MD Anderson Study on Partial Breast Radiation
- Use of HDR Brachytherapy with Cardiac Implants
- The End of Axillary Dissection? Results of the “Z11” Trial & Implications for Breast Cancer Management
- Evolution of Breast Brachytherapy
- Coordinating Brachytherapy with Oncoplastic Breast Surgery
- Oncoplastic Surgery: A Radiation Oncologist’s Perspective
- Oncoplastic Surgery: A Breast Surgeon’s Perspective
- This year’s action-packed meeting of the American Brachytherapy Society
- APBI Outcomes: Side Effects & Catheter Selection
- Physician Education: Quality Patient Care & Practice Success
- Intraoperative Radiation Therapy for Breast Cancer Treatment
- Hot Topics in APBI: A Year in Review
- Ideal Planning Treatment Volumes in APBI
- 5 Examples of Social Media in Healthcare
- Hypofractionation & Breast Conservation Therapy
- Is Education the Key to Reducing Anxiety for Your Patients?
- Is APBI Appropriate for DCIS?
- Money Talks: APBI & Reimbursement
- Device Placement: Prep Catheter vs Percutaneous Implant?
- The Radiation Boom: Education Offers Better Treatment, Minimizes Harm
- Breast MRI & APBI Patient Selection – Part 2
- To MRI or Not to MRI?
- Coordinated Breast Care: Myth or Reality?
- What’s the “Unique Solution” for APBI?
- Patient Selection for APBI: A Breast Surgeon’s Perspective
- SAVI Celebrates Three-Year Anniversary
- Patient Focused Care: What Women Want You to Know About SAVI
- Increasing Access to BCT: SAVI Delivers for Rural Populations
- The Future of Breast Brachytherapy
- Reduce Complications, Treat More Women with SAVI
- Lessons from a SAVI Implementation: Key Factors for Success
- There’s No ‘I’ in Brachytherapy: A Surgeon’s Critical Role in APBI
- Increasing Access to BCT: Multicatheter Brachytherapy & Breast Augmentation
- Workshop: Keep the Benefits of Brachytherapy in Your Practice
Compassion + Technology: Moving Beyond Wires
In seeking a more compassionate and precise approach to breast tumor localization, Cianna Medical developed micro impulse radar for use in human tissue.
SCOUT radar localization is a highly sophisticated technology capable of delivering unparalleled performance.
Precise and Efficient
- Intelligent (will only detect a unique radar signal)
- Resolution within 1 mm
- Highly directional
- Ultrasound visible
- Minimal MRI artifact
- No signal interference from other surgical instruments