A Novel Targeted Magnetic Fluid Hyperthermia System Using HTS Coil Array for Tumor Treatment

  title={A Novel Targeted Magnetic Fluid Hyperthermia System Using HTS Coil Array for Tumor Treatment},
  author={Linni Jian and Yujun Shi and Jianing Liang and Cheng guo Liu and Guoqing Xu},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity},
This paper presents a concept of a novel targeted magnetic fluid hyperthermia system for tumor treatment. A copper solenoid is engaged to generate an oscillating high-frequency magnetic field in the tumor area to heat the injected nano-particles to kill the tumor cells. In addition, a high temperature superconductor (HTS) coil array consisting of six HTS coils deployed symmetrically in the space surrounding the patient, is used to excite a static magnetic field in the area around the tumor… Expand

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