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Good condition, some signs of use/wear present as expected with used equipment. Power tested, turns on, comes only with what's shown, see photos for more details on condition. Sold as is. The sale... view more
*This cable connects the Base Unit and the Control Console. Replacement data cable for the Sensus SRT-100 part number: 4-2-3237-0000. This is a substitute cable for the OEM part. 90 day warranty... view more
*This cable connects the Base Unit and the Control Console. Replacement data cable for the Sensus SRT-100 part number: 4-2-3236-0000. This is a substitute cable for the OEM part. 90 day warranty... view more
Radiation therapy equipment is used to treat cancer and other diseases by delivering radiation to the affected area. It is a highly specialized form of treatment that requires precise and accurate delivery of radiation to the target area. The type of radiation therapy equipment used depends on the type of cancer and the size and shape of the tumor.
The most common types of radiation therapy equipment are linear accelerators, gamma knife, brachytherapy, and proton therapy. Linear accelerators are the most common type of radiation therapy equipment and are used to deliver high-energy X-rays to the target area. Gamma knife is a specialized type of radiation therapy equipment that uses gamma rays to target tumors. Brachytherapy is a type of radiation therapy that uses a radioactive source placed directly in or near the tumor. Proton therapy is a type of radiation therapy that uses protons to target tumors.
The cost of radiation therapy equipment can vary greatly depending on the type of equipment, the manufacturer, and the features included. Generally, radiation therapy equipment can range from a few thousand dollars for basic equipment to hundreds of thousands of dollars for more advanced systems. Manufacturers such as Varian, Elekta, and Philips manufacture a wide range of radiation therapy equipment, ranging from basic linear accelerators to more advanced systems such as proton therapy.