Identifier: practicalelectro00mart Title: Useful electro-therapeutics and X-ray therapy : with chapters on phototherapy, X-ray in eye surgical procedure, X-ray in dentistry, and medico-legal component of the X-ray Calendar year: 1912 (1910s) Authors: Martin, James Madison, 1866-1947 Topics: Electrotherapeutics X-rays Analysis, Radioscopic Eye Electric powered Stimulation Therapy X-Ray Therapy Ophthalmologic Surgical Strategies Publisher: St. Louis :
Free gastric hydrochloric acid is essential for the production of peptic ulcer. It is possible by x-radiation to decrease or even abolish production of this acid, leading to subsequent healing of the ulcer. These observations serve as the rationale for the clinical use of x-ray therapy in the management of peptic ulcer.. Since Regaud et al.1 first studied the effect of x-ray on gastric secretion, numerous reports have indicated not only that irradiation will decrease gastric secretion, but also that, in general, the greater the exposure, the greater the decrease. In 1917 Bruegel2 reported the use of external x-ray radiation ...
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So photoemission, in the general sense, has no classical or semi-classical description but one of its special cases, the simplest and most naive phenomenon considered by Einstein(which was what I meant when I said photoelectric effect because I dont know of a special name for that special case!), can be explained semi-classically i.e. with quantized matter and classical light. Right ...
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Ive repeated this many times, but in the typical photoelectric effect, you are dealing with the valence BAND from a SOLID, not individualized atom. The individual atom has lost its identity when it forms a solid since it now has to live with others of its kind. So the atomic property is gone when we deal with the typical photoelectric effect (were not talking about X-ray photoemission here). This means you have to deal with the property of the SOLID as a whole instead ...
A mole isnt referring to a specific type of unit; instead, it is a numerical representation of whatever object, unit, etc. is at hand. There are 6.022 x 10^23 objects of whatever your measuring. This could be atoms, molecules, Joules, etc. Its just a measurement similar to how a dozen works ...
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Radiation therapy (also called radiotherapy, x-ray therapy, or irradiation) is the use of a certain type of energy (called ionizing radiation) to kill cancer cells and shrink tumors. Radiation therapy injures or destroys cells in the area being treated (the "target tissue") by damaging their genetic material, making it impossible for these cells to continue to grow and divide. Although radiation damages both cancer cells and normal cells, most normal cells can recover from the effects of radiation and function properly. The goal of radiation therapy is to damage as many cancer cells as possible, while limiting harm to nearby healthy tissue ...
Radiation therapy (also called radiotherapy, x-ray therapy, or irradiation) is the use of a certain type of energy (called ionizing radiation) to kill cancer cells and shrink tumors. Radiation therapy injures or destroys cells in the area being treated (the "target tissue") by damaging their genetic material, making it impossible for these cells to continue to grow and divide. Although radiation damages both cancer cells and normal cells, most normal cells can recover from the effects of radiation and function properly. The goal of radiation therapy is to damage as many cancer cells as possible, while limiting harm to nearby healthy tissue ...
Radiation therapy uses high doses of radiation energy to destroy or damage cancer cells. It is sometimes called radiotherapy, X-ray therapy or irradiation.
Radiation treatment made easier by new app. Radiation treatment is a common treatment for cancer patients. It is referred to as radiotherapy, irradiation or use of x-ray therapy. It uses high levels of energy. Particles and streams sent by the radiation treatment attack the cancer cells. The cancer cells attacked by the electron beams from the radiation machines. Radiation therapy and chemotherapy are different. Chemotherapy exposes the body to medicinal drugs. Drugs inserted into the system. Radiation treatment, on the other hand, is aimed at damaging cancer-causing cells. It has lesser side effects as compared to chemotherapy.. Clinical doctors have been focusing on overcoming the effects of radiation. Therapy is also for heart patients. Therapy has actually become the go-to method for serious illnesses.Therapy supports many other conditions. It has saved many lives. Therapy has good results. Therapys efficiency can be applied to used based on the degree of progression of the disease. Therapy ...
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Total Body Irradiation: Radiation - or x-ray - therapy given to the whole body in multiple fractions over several days to treat cancer. It also helps clear out the existing bone marrow to allow space for the transplanted marrow. "Fractionated" TBI means that the total dose is split into smaller, more frequent doses in order to reduce side ...
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A laser is composed of an active laser medium, or gain medium, and a resonant optical cavity. The gain medium transfers external energy into the laser beam. It is a material of controlled purity, size, concentration, and shape, which amplifies the beam by the quantum mechanical process of stimulated emission, predicted by Albert Einstein while he studied the photoelectric effect. The gain medium is energized, or pumped, by an external energy source. Examples of pump sources include electricity and light, for example from a flash lamp or from another laser. The pump energy is absorbed by the laser medium, placing some of its particles into high-energy ("excited") quantum states. Particles can interact with light both by absorbing photons or by emitting photons. Emission can be spontaneous or stimulated. In the latter case, the photon is emitted in the same direction as the light that is passing by. When the number of particles in one excited state exceeds the number of particles in some ...
The Astroprof is using an extension of the photoelectric effect here to explain the dust tail, but the mainstream doesnt like to do that so explicitly since it puts their dirty laundry out in the front yard. It begs a whole passel of questions, starting with, 1) If light pressure can explain the motion of dust, why cant it explain the motion of ions? Surely it is easier to push little ions than to push larger dust particles? 2) Why should light pressure be a stronger force than the Solar Wind? If the Solar Wind is ions and the light is just photons, shouldnt the larger ions impart a greater force than the smaller photons? In the comet tail theories, it seems like the bigger particles are being pushed by the smaller field. Ions are pushed by ions, but dust is pushed by photons? 3) I will be told that the ion field interaction is not a simple push or bombardment. It is an E/M field effect. But if that is so, and if the photon pressure is NOT an E/M field effect, then how do the p[h]otons create ...
The Astroprof is using an extension of the photoelectric effect here to explain the dust tail, but the mainstream doesnt like to do that so explicitly since it puts their dirty laundry out in the front yard. It begs a whole passel of questions, starting with, 1) If light pressure can explain the motion of dust, why cant it explain the motion of ions? Surely it is easier to push little ions than to push larger dust particles? 2) Why should light pressure be a stronger force than the Solar Wind? If the Solar Wind is ions and the light is just photons, shouldnt the larger ions impart a greater force than the smaller photons? In the comet tail theories, it seems like the bigger particles are being pushed by the smaller field. Ions are pushed by ions, but dust is pushed by photons? 3) I will be told that the ion field interaction is not a simple push or bombardment. It is an E/M field effect. But if that is so, and if the photon pressure is NOT an E/M field effect, then how do the p[h]otons create ...
Plancks theory remained mystifying until Einstein showed how it could be used to explain the photoelectric effect, in which the speed of ejected electrons was related not to the intensity of light but to its frequency. This relationship was consistent with Plancks theory, which suggested that a photons energy was related to its frequency. During the next two decades scientists recast all of physics to be consistent with Plancks theory. The result was a picture of the physical world that was different from anything ever before imagined. Its essential feature is that all matter appears in physical measurements to be made of quantum bits, which are something like particles. Unlike the particles of Newtonian physics, however, a quantum particle cannot be viewed as having a definite path of movement that can be predicted through laws of motion. Quantum physics only permits the prediction of the probability of where particles may be found. The probability is the squared amplitude of a wave field, ...
In the GenePix 4000B software the PMT component converts incident photons in to electrons via the photoelectric effect. Read poster for more detail.
At times light behaves as a particle, and at other times as a wave. This complementary, or dual, role for the behavior of light can be employed to describe all of the known characteristics that have been observed experimentally, ranging from refraction, reflection, interference, and diffraction, to the results with polarized light and the photoelectric effect.
JETP Letters -- July 25, 1997 Volume 66, Issue 2, pp. 75-131 The contribution of the (t(tau) + N) component to the alpha-particle wave function from data on the reactions p(alpha,pp)t and p(alpha,pn)tau at incident alpha-particle momentum 5 GeV/c M. V. Chadeyeva, V. E. Grechko, V. V. Solovev, and V. F. Turov Full Text: PDF (133 kB) How can we study the halo momentum distribution in exotic nuclei? G. D. Alkhazov Full Text: PDF (61 kB) Measurement of the 45Ca beta spectrum in search of deviations from the theoretical shape A. V. Derbin, A. I. Egorov, S. V. Bakhlanov, and V. N. Muratova Full Text: PDF (77 kB) Liouville theory on a ZN Riemann surface S. A. Apikyan Full Text: PDF (111 kB) Shock wave structure in dense gases V. V. Zhakhovskii, K. Nishihara, and S. I. Anisimov Full Text: PDF (97 kB) Observation of the two-photon photoelectric effect in low-intensity optical fields during photostimulated fractal aggregation of colloidal silver S. V. Karpov, A. K. Popov, and V. V. Slabko Full Text: PDF ...
Demonstrates the photoelectric effect with an experiment done at UC Berkeley which shows that different colors of light emit photoelectrons of different energies.
Below you can find PDF and Excel files to simplify your calculations, as well as DataStudio files needed for the labs. For the full PDF Lab Manual, see your courses MyGateway site.. Experiment 0 ~ Introduction to Statistics and Excel Tutorial. Experiment 1 ~ The Electrostatic Force. Experiment 2 ~ Electric Fields and Equipotential Surfaces. Experiment 3 ~ Ohms Law, Measurement of Voltage, Current and Resistance. Experiment 4 ~ Resistors in Series & Parallel. Experiment 5 ~ Kirchhoffs Laws. Experiment 6 ~ Joule Heating of a Resistor. Experiment 7 ~ AC Voltages, Frequency and the Use of the Oscilloscope. Experiment 8 ~ Magnetic Field Induced by a Current-Carrying Wire. Experiment 9 ~ RC Circuits. Experiment 10 ~ RLC Circuits. Experiment 11 ~ Reflection and Refraction. Experiment 12 ~ Optics. Experiment 13 ~ Diffraction, Wavelength, and Atomic Line Spectra. Experiment 14 ~ Photoelectric Effect ...
Branden quietly came into this world. His cry was silent, and he was rushed to the intensive care unit to treat pneumonia and fluid in his lungs. He recovered after a week, but the joy of having him home was soon tested by constant worries over his general weakness.. Upon celebrating Brandens first birthday, we decided to have him undergo a genetic test.. As parents, we shared in Brandens older brother Jadens excitement about having a younger brother. They would be able to run and play together, to make friends, go to school and learn and discover the world!. These hopes were shattered that day the genetic test confirmed that Branden had SMA.. We were told it would be a hurdle just to get him to his next birthday. The hopes wed had were crushed. There are no words to describe the trauma, pain, shock and sorrow we felt upon learning his diagnosis.. Why him? Why us? Why are we at fault? Whats going to happen?. Wed felt real loss, but every new day still dawned. We begin to get a change of ...
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Whenever I watch Amy Goodman or Kieth Olberman conduct a sit down interview they do it in a way which doesnt feel torturous, I never did end up watching the whole interview but this guy seemed so wrapped up in being image conscious and also so tied to the questions hed gone in to ask that he forgot that he was interviewing someone with a really unique story and more to tell than the answers to his pre-determined question sheet ...
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x-ray therapy according to the free Medical Dictionary. The use of high-energy radiation from x-rays to kill cancer cells and shrink tumors.
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(HealthDay) -- Superficial X-ray therapy remains a viable treatment for primary basal cell carcinoma (BCC) and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) in select patients, according to a study published online July 23 in the Journal ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Pemfigo radioindotto con ritardo diagnostico. AU - Hendrickx, I.. AU - Guizzardi, M.. AU - Mancini, L. L.. AU - Monti, M.. PY - 1999. Y1 - 1999. N2 - Ionizing radiation-induced pemphigus is a rare reported clinical entity, arising after a radiation therapy that usually follows surgical treatment for malignancy. A case of ionizing radiation-induced pemphigus arised after X-ray therapy for mammary carcinoma is reported. After two weeks of X-ray delivery, erythema and erosions appeared on the radiated area. These lesions were interpreted as an inflammatory result of radiation and cured. After eighteen months, typical pemphigus bullous eruptions developed all over the body and oral mucosa. The importance of considering ionizing radiation-induced pemphigus among the attending side effects of radiotherapy is underlined and it is suggested to submit to dermatological attention every case of uncertain skin reaction.. AB - Ionizing radiation-induced pemphigus is a rare reported clinical ...
RADIOLOGY: KIDNEY: Case# 33006: RENAL CELL METS. 41 year old black male with history of renal cell carcinoma treated with left radical nephrectomy and x-ray therapy. Evaluate metastatic tumors. Within the liver there is a low attenuation mass measuring 11 x 5 cm adjacent to the posterior aspect of the right hepatic lobe which is probably intrahepatic. Another intrahepatic mass is present within the posterior right lobe measuring 9 x 6 cm. In the left upper quadrant there is a low attenuation mass measuring 10.5 x 9 cm within the peritoneum. A retrosplenic mass is present measuring 5 x 2.5 cm. No definite intraparenchymal lesions are seen within the spleen. Milk of calcium is seen within a normal appearing gallbladder. The pancreas, adrenals, right kidney, and bladder appear within normal limits. The left kidney is surgically absent. ...
The Liquid Phase Photoelectron Spectroscopy (LiPPS) machine will be the worlds first X-ray machine capable of studying the surface of liquids when it is installed at the universitys Nanotechnology and Nanoscience Centre (NNNC).. The LiPPS machine will analyse the surface of liquids by irradiating them with X-ray beams. The X-ray is impinged onto the liquid surface and undergoes something called the photoelectric effect where it excites all the atoms at the surface, said Dr Peter Licence from Nottingham Universitys department of chemistry. It gives rise to a series of photoelectrons that are like a fingerprint for each of the atoms and elements that are within the catalytic surface.. Licence explained that observing the surface of liquid catalysts would enable scientists to learn more about catalytic processes used in the production of chemicals.. This is the first time that data of this type has been able to be measured for liquid systems and solutions, he said. Our machine is ...
Fuse your tubes??? I dont think so.Ionizing radiation may do a lot of things but tube fusing aint one of them. Lets have a little tutorial on photon-electron interactions, shall we. Einstein, in 1905, discovered that if you shine light on a metal (works with most crystals, too), electrons are released from the object. Its called the photoelectric effect, and its what he won the Nobel Prize for. Most people think it was relativity, but it wasnt. Anyway, electrons are part of any atom and they occupy very discreet energy levels. Lead, for instance, has electrons, 82 of them, at six different energy levels.Now, electrons can change from one energy level to another.If they drop down a level, a photon is emitted, with the photon having an energy equal to the difference between the two electron energy levels. On the other hand, if a photon of an energy level equal to the difference between the energy level of an electron and the next higher level, the photon is absorbed and the electron jumps up ...
Background. A very active research area from the 1950s to the mid-1970s, thermionic systems have received relatively limited attention in recent years due to numerous material and technical challenges - such as the lack of electrode materials with both low work-functions and low vapor pressures, a high operating temperature, and space-charge effects in vacuum limiting current extraction - resulting in poor performance and high fabrication cost. This research investigates a potentially breakthrough approach to enhance the conversion efficiency of thermionic systems by relying upon two fundamental processes: thermionic emission and the photoelectric effect.. As illustrated in Fig. 1, charges in a semiconducting cathode illuminated with concentrated sunlight can undergo a two-stage excitation process that firstly results in the promotion of valence-band electrons to the conduction band by photon absorption and then in thermionic emission through thermal excitation at the cathode surface. While ...
By the close of the 19th century, the study of physics was widely thought to be essentially complete, with the exception of only a few "loose ends"--minor unsolved problems to be dealt with.Template:Cite-fact As a solution to the so-called ultraviolet catastrophe problem, which involved light emission from hot, dark objects, Max Planck proposed in 1900 that the sources of light could be represented by small individual oscillators. Planck referred to the individual oscillators as quanta. In 1905, Albert Einstein published a heuristic explanation for the photoelectric effect problem: light could be thought of as being composed of very small, discrete packets (quanta), as opposed to the classical representation of light as a collection of waves. By the end of the 1930s, quantum mechanics -- the name given to the new theory that applied to matter and energy on atomic scales -- was well-established. Other physicists began applying the theory to more specific aspects of physics, resulting in quantum ...
Trientine used combination - Can zinc and trientine be used in combination? Yes. Trientine is used in wilsons disease (a rare copper storage disease) to chelate (bind) copper. Zinc is a trace element, dietary supplement with many alleged benefits that are unproved except in zinc deficiency. There is no reported interaction between the two.
Pneumonia is a lung infection that can make you very sick. You may cough, run a fever, and have a hard time breathing. It can usually be treated at home, but some people need to go to the hospital. Pneumonia can be caused by bacteria or a virus. Antibiotics are used to treat pneumonia caused by bacteria.
1957 Dr. McCormick publishes on how vitamin C fights cardiovascular disease.. 1960 Dr. Hoffer meets Bill W., cofounder of Alcoholics Anonymous, and uses niacin to eliminate Bills longstanding severe depression.. 1963 Vitamin D is shown to prevent breast cancer.. 1964 Vitamin D is found to be effective against lymph nodal reticulosarcoma (a non-Hodgkins lymphatic cancer).. 1968 Linus Pauling, PhD, publishes the theoretical basis of high-dose nutrient therapy (orthomolecular medicine) in psychiatry in Science, and soon after defines orthomolecular medicine as "the treatment of disease by the provision of the optimum molecular environment, especially the optimum concentrations of substances normally present in the human body.". 1969 Robert F. Cathcart, MD, uses large doses of vitamin C to treat pneumonia, hepatitis, and, years later, acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS).. 1970 Dr. Pauling publishes Vitamin C and the Common Cold and Dr. Williams publishes Nutrition Against Disease.. 1972 ...
Ampicillin is a broad-spectrum antibiotic from aminopenicillin group. Its mechanism of action is anti-bacterial and consists in inhibition of construction of bacteria cell walls sensitive to Ampicillin. It is not destroyed in acidic content of stomach, it is easily absorbed. Ampicillin is active toward gram positive microorganisms and also some gram negative ones (salmonella, schigella, proteus, E. coli, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Haemophilus influenzae, formerly called Pfeiffers bacillus) and is used for treatment of the diseases provoked by mixed bacteria. Microorganisms producing penicillase are resistible to Ampicillin. This medication is used to treat pneumonia and other infectious diseases of respiratory, urogenital, gastrointestinal systems ...
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