Effects of radiation and SAR from wireless implanted medical devices on the human body.

@article{Soontornpipit2012EffectsOR,
  title={Effects of radiation and SAR from wireless implanted medical devices on the human body.},
  author={Pichitpong Soontornpipit},
  journal={Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand = Chotmaihet thangphaet},
  year={2012},
  volume={95 Suppl 6},
  pages={S189-97}
}
OBJECTIVE To study the effect and impact from electromagnetic field radiation and specific absorption rate (SAR) on the human body. MATERIAL AND METHOD The present study describes a quasi-experimental research. The implanted antenna embedded to the medical device such as the cardiac pacemaker was designed in the human phantom using finite-difference time-domain method. The skin mimicking gels were developed as the tissue stimulant to realistically represent the human body. RESULTS The dual… CONTINUE READING
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