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Elekta [Manufacturer description]
Elekta’s systems and solutions are used at over 4,500 hospitals around the world to treat cancer with radiation therapy, to diagnose and treat brain disorders as well as to run efficient and effective clinical practices.
Elekta is the world leader in image guided and stereotactic clinical solutions for radiosurgery and radiation therapy, giving radiation oncologists and neurosurgeons an unmatched capability to aggressively treat tumors and functional targets with ultra-high precision while sparing healthy tissue.
All of Elekta’s solutions employ non-invasive or minimally invasive techniques and are therefore clinically effective, gentle on the patient and cost-effective.
Elekta develops clinical solutions and information systems through close collaborative relationships with customer partners in research and advanced product development.
Through these efforts Elekta is addressing the needs of healthcare systems as well as patients by reducing hospitalization costs and providing less traumatic treatment options.
Elekta was founded in 1972 by the late Lars Leksell, Professor of Neurosurgery at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden. The company is listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange since 1994 under the ticker EKTAb.
The primary markets for Elekta’s products are North America followed by Europe and Asia.