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Heating Characteristics Evaluation of Superposed Sonication Using Glycerol Tissue Mimic Phantom
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Heating Characteristics Evaluation of Superposed Sonication Using Glycerol Tissue Mimic Phantom
Noh, Si-Cheol; Kang, Sang-Sik; Park, Ji-Koon; Kim, Ju-Young; Jung, Bong-Jae;
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 Abstract
In this study, we evaluated the heating characteristics of single sonication and superposed two low-intensity ultrasonic sonication. Compare the results, the superposed sonication was showed a superior thermal effect than single sonication. And the maximum temperature was increased as 120-150%. The starting time of temperature rising has been shortened in superposed sonication. In addition, the time up to the maximum temperature has been shortened, too. In generally, as the ultrasonic intensity is higher, the more surface damage is occurred. However, in the case of superposed sonication, the same thermal effect had be confirmed without surface damage. Through the results of the study, we thought that the superposed sonication will be able to reduce the intensity of the ultrasonic treatment. And, by using the low-intensity, the more safe and more effect therapy will be possible in therapeutic ultrasound application.
 Keywords
superposed sonication;heating characteristic;therapeutic ultrasound;glycerol tissue mimic phantom;
 Language
Korean
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