IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering

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A Preclinical System Prototype for Focused Microwave Breast Hyperthermia Guided by Compressive Thermoacoustic Tomography
Focused microwave breast hyperthermia (FMBH) can provide accurate and cost-effective treatment of breast tumors with low side effect. A clinically feasible FMBH system requires a guidance technique to monitor the microwave power distribution in the breast. Compressive thermoacoustic tomography (CTT) is a suitable guidance approach for FMBH. We developed a preclinical system prototype for the FMBH-CTT technique, mainly containing a microwave phased antenna array and an ultrasound transducer array. Experimental results demonstrate that the CTT technique can offer reliable guidance for the entire process of FMBH, i.e., from unfocused to focused microwave power distribution... Read more
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Wireless Hyperthermia Stent System for Restenosis Treatment and Testing with Swine Model
Stenting is a common approach to treating atherosclerosis, the main pathology that leads to cardiovascular disease causing thousands of death each day. Despite its proven efficacy, the long-term results of stenting are still limited by re-narrowing of stented artery known... Read more
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Real-Time 3D Microwave Monitoring of Interstitial Thermal Therapy
Minimally invasive thermal treatments, such as microwave ablation, have emerged as safer, faster, and more precise alternatives to surgery for many soft tissue cancers, including liver and kidney. Their efficacy and applicability to higher-risk cases (e.g., close proximity to blood... Read more
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Non-invasive Radiofrequency Field Treatment to Produce Hepatic Hyperthermia: Efficacy and Safety in Swine
  The Kanzius non-invasive radiofrequency hyperthermia system (KNiRFH) has been investigated as a treatment option for hepatic hyperthermia cancer therapy. The treatment involves exposing the patient to an external high-power RF (13.56 MHz) electric field whereby the propagating waves penetrate deep... Read more