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Early Access Articles, Week of 8 August 2018

 

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2018 original research paper
Characterisation of the Dielectric Properties of the Bladder over the Microwave Range

Emily Porter, National University of Ireland Galway, Galway, Galway Ireland
Saqib Salahuddin, National University of Ireland Galway, Galway, Galway Ireland
Alessandra La Gioia, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, National University of Ireland
Adnan Elahi, National University of Ireland Galway, Galway Ireland
Atif Shahzad, National University of Ireland Galway, Galway Ireland
Arun Kumar, University College Dublin, Dublin Ireland
David Kilroy, University College Dublin, Dublin Ireland
M. O’Halloran, National University of Ireland Galway, Galway Ireland

Subject area: Interaction of electromagnetic fields with biological materials at the tissue, cellular and molecular levels.

Abstract:The dielectric properties of tissues characterise the interaction of electromagnetic fields with the body. Accurate knowledge of these properties facilitates the design of effective electromagnetic-based medical technologies.

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Early Access Articles, Week of 26 July 2018

 

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2017 IEEE Sensors Special Issue
Magnetoresistive Biosensors for On-Chip Detection and Localisation of Paramagnetic Particles

Zhaochen Yin, School of Engineering, University of Glasgow, Glasgow United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Edoardo Bonizzoni, Electrical, Computer, and Biomedical Engineering, University of Pavia, Pavia Italy
Hadi Heidari, School of Engineering, University of Glasgow, Glasgow United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Subject area: Diagnostic and therapeutic system instrumentation.

Abstract:This paper presents the design and the implementation of an on-chip magnetoresistive sensors array for cell detection and localisation.

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Early Access Articles, Week of 5 July 2018

 

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2018 Original Research Paper
TRANSMISSION LINE MODEL OF AN IMPLANTED INSULATED CABLE FOR MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING RADIOFREQUENCY HAZARD EVALUATION

Alexia Missoffe, IADI, Universite de Lorraine, INSERM, Nancy France
Julie Kabil, IADI, Universite de Lorraine, INSERM, Nancy France
Pierre-Andre Vuissoz, IADI, Universite de Lorraine, INSERM, Nancy France
Jacques Felblinger, IADI, Universite de Lorraine, INSERM, Nancy France

Subject area: Electromagnetic safety studies and regulatory compliance.

Abstract:This work demonstrates that one can model the power deposited at the electrode of an implanted insulated cable submitted to the radiofrequency field of a 1.5 T Magnetic Resonance Imaging modality (64MHz) with a transmission line model.

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Early Access Articles, Week of 21 June 2018

 

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2018 WPT Special Issue
Magnetic Transceiver Beamforming for A 2 × 2 Magnetic Resonance Charging System

Xiaoqing Liu, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, 12472 Beijing China 100876
Bingqing Mei, Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology, 85411 Shenzhen, Guangdong China
Xiaodong Wang, Columbia University, New York City, New York United States
Zhigang Wen, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, 12472 Beijing, Beijing China

Subject area: Wireless power transfer.

Abstract:Abstract:In this paper, we consider a magnetic resonance charging system consisting of two transmit coils and two receive coils that is designed to wirelessly charge biomedical wearable diagnostic and therapeutic devices using for ergonomics, rehabilitation and neurology.

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Early Access Articles, Week of 7 June 2018

 

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IEEE APS Special Issue
Quantification of the Sensing Radius of a Coaxial Probe for Accurate Interpretation of Heterogeneous Tissue Dielectric Data

Alessandra La Gioia, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, National University of Ireland Galway, Galway Ireland
Saqib Salahuddin, National University of Ireland Galway, Galway Ireland
Martin O’Halloran, National University of Ireland Galway, Galway Ireland
Emily Porter, National University of Ireland Galway, Galway Ireland

Subject area: Interaction of electromagnetic fields with biological materials at the tissue, cellular and molecular levels.

Abstract:Abstract: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.

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