Date of Enforcement Report 12/6/2017
Class lI:


BRAINLAB EXACTRAC VERO, Model/Catalog Numbers: 46228 EXACTRAC VERO 3.5 46238 EXACTRAC VERO 3.5 46216 EXACTRAC VERO SW UPDATE 3.5.2 TO 3.5.3 46218 EXACTRAC VERO SW UPDATE 3.5.3 TO 3.5.4 The ExacTrac Vero system is intended to be used in conjunction with the MHI-TM2000 Radiation Therapy Linear Accelerator System manufactured by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Recall Number Z-0172-2018

Brainlab has internally detected that under specific conditions ExacTrac Vero may not correctly account for this ring angle correction during the calculation of the corresponding couch shift. This may result in the treatment couch not moving to the exact planned position resulting in a deviation between the planned and the treatment target position. This deviation may not be clearly visible to the user if no verification image of the patient position is acquired after this couch shift has been performed. .

BRAINLAB AG, MUnich Germanyon 11/3/2017. Voluntary firm initiated recall is ongoing


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