Radiation oncology

Tailoring radiotherapy to the needs of your patient

  • Neuro Tumor Treatments
  • Breast Cancer

Procedure workflows in radiotherapy

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Immediate treatment precisely where needed

Neuro tumor treatments are one of the most challenging disciplines. Our ZEISS Tumor Workflow helps you to reconsider the standard of care and supports you with most precise, faster and overall more efficient treatment options than today.

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Saving time without compromising outcomes

TARGIT-IORT for breast cancer using ZEISS technology enables you to shorten post-operative treatment times with less side-effects compared to conventional treatment workflows.

ZEISS Ophthalmology Connecting your procedure workflow
ZEISS Ophthalmology Connecting your procedure workflow

The benefits of intraoperative radiotherapy (IORT) using ZEISS technology

ZEISS Solution for radiotherapy

IORT enables a targeted, risk-adapted and interdisciplinary treatment of various tumors, such as neuro tumors or breast cancer but also other indications. By using low energy x-rays IORT can be given with a high dose, precisely into the tumor or directly after resection to the tumor bed.

ZEISS Intrabeam 600

ZEISS INTRABEAM 600: Melding two worlds into one benefit.

Combining surgery and radiotherapy, ZEISS INTRABEAM 600 enables an individual IORT treatment ensuring that skin and deeper structures are protected and a shorter duration of the radiation therapy compared to external beam radiation therapy (EBRT). This can also reduce associated side effects and enhances treatment comfort for the patient – a key element in increased quality of life.1

  • ZEISS INTRABEAM Spherical Applicator
  • ZEISS INTRABEAM Needle Applicator
  • ZEISS INTRABEAM Flat Applicator
  • ZEISS INTRABEAM Surface Applicator



To irradiate the tumor bed ZEISS offers a complete range of applicators in different shapes, sizes and diameters. This versatility enables the physician to exactly adapt the emitted radiation beam to the form and size of the tumor bed.

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    Vaidya, J. S. et al. (2020). Long-term survival and local control outcomes from single dose targeted intraoperative radiotherapy during lumpectomy (TARGIT-IORT) for early breast cancer: TARGIT-A randomised clinical trial. BMJ, 370, m2836. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.m2836