Now showing items 1-6 of 6
Optimised analytical models of the dielectric properties of biological tissue
The interaction of electromagnetic fields with the human body is quantified by the dielectric properties of biological tissues. These properties are incorporated into complex numerical simulations using parametric models ...
Effect of logarithmic and linear frequency scales on parametric modelling of tissue dielectric data
(IOP Publishing, 2017-02-03)
The dielectric properties of biological tissues have been studied widely over the past half-century. These properties are used in a vast array of applications, from determining the safety of wireless telecommunication ...
Minimum information for dielectric measurements of biological tissues (MINDER): A framework for repeatable and reusable data
The dielectric properties of biological tissues characterise the interaction of human tissues with electromagnetic (EM) fields. Accurate knowledge of the dielectric properties of tissues are vital in EM‐based therapeutic ...
Quantification of the sensing radius of a coaxial probe for accurate interpretation of heterogeneous tissue dielectric data
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2018-05-31)
Accurate tissue dielectric measurements are crucial for the development of electromagnetic diagnostic and therapeutic devices that are designed based on estimates of the dielectric properties of diseased and healthy tissues. ...
An anatomically accurate dielectric profile of the porcine kidney
(IOP Publishing, 2018-02-26)
Microwave ablation is a promising treatment for kidney cancer. Accurate knowledge of the dielectric properties of biological tissues is vital for quantifying the safety, reliability and accuracy of ablation, among other ...
Effects of standard coagulant agents on the dielectric properties of fresh human blood
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2017-11-27)
In this paper, the effects of coagulation and temperature on the dielectric properties of human blood are investigated over the frequency range of 400 MHz - 20 GHz using freshly extracted blood samples. The dielectric ...