Cl ll CyberKnife Treatment Planning System

Company: Accuray Inc.
Date of Enforcement Report 2/9/2011
Class ll:

CyberKnife Treatment Planning System, a subsystem of the CyberKnife Robotic Radiosurgery System, with MultiPlan Treatment Planning System Software version 3.5 Medical charged-particle radiation therapy system, intended for treatment planning and image-guided stereotactic radiosurgery and precision radiotherapy of lesions, tumors and conditions anywhere in the body when radiation treatment is indicated. Recall # Z-1008-2011.

If electron density values are left empty, the calculation of radiation dose in a patient will be modeled as air-like density material rather than correct density. A plan may be created and saved, thus creating the risk of mistreatment.

Accuray Inc, Sunnyvale, CA, by letter dated December 29, 2009. Firm initiated recall is ongoing.


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