AuntMinnie's IMV MarketStat #30: External-beam patients per external-beam treatment unit

2004 08 23 16 55 52 706

The data reported by participants shows that the number of patients accommodated by each external-beam treatment unit (typically a linear accelerator) generally decreases when a site has two or more external-beam treatment units.

2004 08 23 16 55 52 706

Based on responses to IMV’s 2003 Radiation Oncology Census Study

One factor influencing this may be that sites with more linear accelerator and cobalt-60 systems tend to manage more complex treatments, which may take more time to perform.

AuntMinnie's IMV MarketStat is provided to by IMV Medical Information Division, Inc. of Des Plaines, IL. 2001 10 26 10 28 48 706

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