The synchronization of Artificial Intelligence into medical science has given birth to some unbelievable equipment that has turned into a game-changer. Especially in cancer treatments; while a decade back, we were unable to trace the early symptoms of cancer. Now, with the help of technology, both the tracing and treatment can be possible at an early stage.
What is CyberKnife and how it works for treating cancer?
Don’t go by the name, it is neither a knife nor it indulges in any cutting. The CyberKnife System is the world’s first robotic radiation therapy device that offers radiosurgery treatment of tumours present anywhere in the body. The best thing about this device is its accuracy. It is so accurate that it tracks the movement of the tumour in real-time and delivers a lethal dose of radiation to the tumour while limiting damage to surrounding tissues.
The cyberknife system provides a pain-free, non-surgical option to the patients who have complex surgical tumours looking for an alternative way to surgery. Depending on the patient’s condition, the cyberknife treatment is delivered in one to five sessions in between seven to ten days. The session time consists of 30 to 120 minute.
Benefits of Cyberknife treatment:
Unlike the other traditional cancer treatments, which consists of a combination of chemotherapy, radiation and surgery, which leads to numerous side effects. The cyberknife treatment does the opposite and with very less number of side effects; it allows the patients to recover quickly and efficiently to its daily life living;
Below highlights the benefits of this revolutionary treatments:
- The treatment is pain-free and takes a shorter time
- Accuracy is enormous. Can track the tumour in real-time
- Quick recovery time
- Fewer side effects as compared to traditional treatments
As one of the leading holistic cancer treatments centres of Guangzhou, south-east China, we are always committed towards our patients to cure them with advanced technology. By looking at the exceptional success rate and accuracy of the cyberknife system, we believe that this technology will play a vital role in future cancer treatments.