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*  Diathermy - Wikipedia
... ultrasonic diathermy), short-wave radio frequencies in the range 1-100 MHz (shortwave diathermy) or microwaves typically in the ... Short wave diathermy can also be used for hyperthermia therapy, as an adjuvant to radiation in cancer treatment. Typically, ... Most commercial machines operate at a frequency of 27.12 MHz, a wavelength of approximately 11 meters. Short wave diathermy ... He also developed the three methods that have been used to apply high-frequency current to the body: contact electrodes, ...
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*  View source for Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Radiation - Engineering and Technology History Wiki
With 100-MHz shortwave diathermy, the clinical applications of diathermy as an adjunctive treatment of cancer continued with ... It generated continuous-wave energy in an air-cooled magnetron oscillator tube at a frequency of 2400-2500MHz or a wavelength ... Arons and Sokolov [11] conducted a series of experiments based on the premise of atherinal properties of shortwave therapy in ... it was noted that the average elevation of temperature under microwave diathermy was greater in the skin and subcutaneous fat ...
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*  Patente US5186181 - Radio frequency thermotherapy - Google Patentes
... shortwave diathermy or magneto-therapy that all the HPA embodiments disclosed and those derived from them are useful also for ... Method and kit for treatment of tissue. US20030220635 *. 27 May 2003. 27 Nov 2003. Knowlton Edward W.. Method for treating skin ... External heating with radiation of very short wavelength such as microwaves is minimally effective at depth because the ... The switching signals may be square wave o rectangular pulses of variable duty cycle or any other time-dependent modulation ...
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*  Radio wave - Wikipedia
These propagation methods occur in short range radio communication systems such as cell phones, cordless phones, walkie-talkies ... Radio waves have been applied to the body for 100 years in the medical therapy of diathermy for deep heating of body tissue, to ... The wavelength is the distance from one peak of the wave's electric field (wave's peak/crest) to the next, and is inversely ... Skywaves: At medium wave and shortwave wavelengths, radio waves reflect off conductive layers of charged particles (ions) in a ...
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*  Tesla coil - Wikipedia
Modern shortwave diathermy machines use a higher frequency of 27 MHz, which would have a correspondingly smaller skin depth, ... By the 1930s these were being replaced by "short wave" (10~100 MHz) vacuum tube diathermy machines, which had less danger of ... In the medical therapy called longwave diathermy, RF current of Tesla frequencies was used for decades for deep tissue warming ... 593,138, November 2, 1897 "Method Of Utilizing Radiant Energy", Patent No. 685,958 November 5, 1901 "Method of Signaling", U.S ...
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*  Microwave oven - Wikipedia
By 1930 the application of short waves to heat human tissue had developed into the medical therapy of diathermy. At the 1933 ... ISBN 2-7011-1756-9 "Cooking with Short Waves" (PDF). Short Wave Craft. New York: Popular Book Corp. 4 (7): 394. November 1933. ... The magnetron was originally a crucial component in the development of short wavelength radar during World War II. In 1937-1940 ... Like other heating methods, microwaving converts vitamin B12 from an active to inactive form; the amount of conversion depends ...
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*  Alternative Medizin: Frequenzen, Schwingungen - Literatur
Wolf: 'Short wave therapy and general electro-therapy illustrated' Modern medical press, New York 1935. ... Tibor de Cholnoky: 'Short Wave Diathermy' Columbia University Press, New York 1937 Kurzwellen erfolgreich bei ... McDowell, McElduff, Lowe, Walsh, Baxter: 'The effect of high- and low-frequency H-wave therapy upon skin blood perfusion: ... Overgaard, Overgaard: 'Investigations on the possibility of a thermic tumor therapy. I. Shortwave treatment of a transplanted ...
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*  Microwave burn - Wikipedia
Frequencies in millimeter wave range are absorbed in the topmost layer of skin, rich in thermal sensors. At lower frequencies, ... Dielectric heating (diathermy) is used in medicine; the frequencies used typically lie in the ultrasonic, shortwave, and ... Microwave heating is one of the methods for inducing hyperthermia for hyperthermia therapy. High-energy microwaves are used in ... the resulting wavelength in the tissue can drop to a fraction of the wavelength in air; e.g. at 10 GHz the wavelength can drop ...
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*  NON-INVASIVE TREATMENT OF BRONCHIAL CONSTRICTION - Patent application
0015]Diathermy includes non-invasive methods for the heating of tissue, in which the temperature of tissues is raised by high ... Short-term Acupuncture Therapy Is of No Benefit in Patients With Moderate Persistent Asthma. CHEST 2002; 121:1396-1400; W ... perpendicular to the skin of the neck), vibrations will push the skin in the Z axis, perpendicular to the plane of the skin of ... With shortwave, microwave and radiofrequency diathermy, the tissue to be treated is irradiated with electromagnetic fields ...
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