The CyberKnife brings an unparalleled approach to treating inoperable tumours. He said that the advanced technology behind CyberKnife uses real time guidance technology and computer controlled robotics to deliver an extremely precise dose of radiation to targets, avoiding the surrounding of healthy tissue and adjusting for patient and tumour movement during treatment.
The sophisticated treatment could be used as an alternative to open surgery occasionally.The treatment could even convert a technically inoperable tumour to operable one and does not cause pain and therefore does not require anaesthesia.
Vast majority of CyberKnife treatments are out-patient procedures allowing patients to continue with their regular activities.Many of the available high precision radiation techniques require application of some kind of frame around patient’s body.
For details, patients could contact 044-24334455 or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit apollohospitals.com/cyberknife.