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Colton Taylor
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Proton IDE v1.0.4.6 Full Version: The Best IDE for PIC Microcontroller Development with Proton Plus Compiler



We have developed a proton-based IGRT software suite for treatment plan optimization and delivery, Proton IDE. Proton IDE is the first commercial treatment planning software to fully support proton therapy planning, from initial plan optimization through dose calculation and dose delivery. It is capable of simulating the effect of various delivery techniques on dose distributions, and can be utilized to evaluate a wide variety of treatment delivery scenarios. Through a collaboration between Siemens Medical Solutions (Erlangen, Germany) and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Urbana, IL, USA), we have developed our treatment planning software, and conducted extensive clinical validation studies with the simulator at the Illinois Proton Center (IPC). The principal functions of Proton IDE are: a) treatment plan optimization, including dose volume and fluence maps; b) forward dose calculation using a pencil beam algorithm; c) patient-specific catheterization to assess the effect of the patient's anatomy on proton dose distribution; d) visualization of the dose distribution of the optimized plan in the patient's anatomy; e) particle tracking in the patient's anatomy; f) visualization of the dose distributions of the optimized plan in the patient's anatomy during delivery; g) visualization of the dose distributions during delivery; h) and confirmation of delivered dose using laser-based real-time imaging.




Proton IDE v1.0.4.6 full version



The simulation environment within Proton IDE has been extended to support the range of treatment sites and techniques that will be in clinical use at the time the software is released. In addition to pencilled volumes, we have included in the software box models of large body cavity organs such as liver, lungs, kidneys, and bowel. The software can also handle dose-equivalent rectum and bladder cylinders. The software also provides a catheterization module that permits the software to study the effect of catheters on dose distributions. Finally, the software has been updated to include the new Siemens endorectal balloon.


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