EZFluence automates 3D planning for any beam arrangement and any treatment site from head to toe. It standardizes e-comp and field-in-field planning regardless of user while maintaining or improving plan quality compared to manual techniques.Schedule a demo
EZFluence is an FDA 510(k) cleared, automated 3D planning software. EZFluence generates optimal fluence files and field-in-field plans that import directly into Varian Eclipse™ TPS.
EZFluence works for any beam arrangement and any treatment site from head to toe. It standardizes e-comp and field-in-field planning regardless of user while maintaining or improving plan quality compared to manual techniques.
Billing justification plans are no longer a hassle or a stress to clinical resources; our automatic 3D converter tool takes the pain out of the justification process. Any IMRT or VMAT plan can be easily converted to a 3D plan in a matter of seconds.
EZFluence follows ASTRO’s guidelines for whole breast treatment. Automate field-in-field and e-comp planning. Optimize coverage while minimizing the maximum dose and V105%.
EZFluence automatically sets the SCLAV and PAB field weighting. Control the match line in monoisocentric plans with EZFluence by increasing coverage and minimizing hot spots.
For clinics following RTOG 1005, EZFluence allows the user to boost coverage to lumpectomy volumes. Instantly plan integrated boost plans.
Generate homogenous dose distributions in seconds for 3D lung plans. EZFluence works for any beam arrangement including non-coplanar beams. Say goodbye to wedges and time-consuming field-in-field planning.
Still using wedges for 3-field rectum plans? EZFluence can automatically generate the fluence or field-in-field segments for the lateral beams. Compatible with single energy or mixed energies.
EZFluence automatically generates custom segments for patient’s plans. The user sets how many segments desired for each field.
EZFluence supports any 3D treatment site.
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