Dielectric Properties of Fluid-Saturated Bone - The Effect of Variation in Conductivity of Immersion Fluid

@article{Kosterich1984DielectricPO,
  title={Dielectric Properties of Fluid-Saturated Bone - The Effect of Variation in Conductivity of Immersion Fluid},
  author={Jeffrey D. Kosterich and Kenneth R. Foster and Solomon R. Pollack},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering},
  year={1984},
  volume={BME-31},
  pages={369-374}
}
The dielectric permittivity and electrical conductivity of fluid-saturated rat femoral bone were determined as a function of the conductivity of the immersion fluid over a frequency range of 10-100 Hz to 8 MHz. The specimens were equilibrated in various solutions of Hank's balanced salt solution modified to contain various sodium chloride concentrations, with conductivities ranging from 0.13 to 3.55 s/m. The results of these measurements show that the dc conductivity of the tissue is about 1… CONTINUE READING

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