Properties of Electromagnetic Field Focusing Probe
- Percutaneous thrombectomy: a review. Morgan, Robert; Belli, Anna-Maria // European Radiology;Jan2002, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p205
Percutaneous thrombectomy (PT) is an established technique for the removal of acute thrombus in occluded arteries, veins and vascular grafts. Percutaneous thrombectomy can be used as an adjunctive treatment to other methods of thrombus removal such as thrombolysis or as sole therapy. The two...
- The properties of the electromagnetic missile. Shen, Hao-Ming; Wu, Tai Tsun // Journal of Applied Physics;11/1/1989, Vol. 66 Issue 9, p4025
Investigates the electromagnetic (EM) field from the current in a circular disk and its Poynting vector off the axis of propagation. Concept of an EM missile; General properties of the waveform of an EM missile; Waveforms of electric fields at different transverse locations.
- Electromagnetic Field Focusing Probe (EFFP) -- A New Angioplasty Tool. Yamanashi, William S.; Yassa, Nabil A.; Hill, Deborah L.; Lewis, John E.; Patil, Angelo A.; Lester, Patrick D. // Angiology;Dec1988, Vol. 39 Issue 12, p1014
An electromagnetic field focusing probe (EFFP) consists of a radiofrequency generator, solenoidal coil, and a hand-held or catheter probe. The probe is operated in the near field (distance within one wave length of an electromagnetic field source) of a coil, which induces eddy current in a...
- Effects of an Electric Field on White Sharks: In Situ Testing of an Electric Deterrent Huveneers, Charlie; Rogers, Paul J.; Semmens, Jayson M.; Beckmann, Crystal; Kock, Alison A.; Page, Brad; Goldsworthy, Simon D. // PLoS ONE;May2013, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p1
Elasmobranchs can detect minute electromagnetic fields, <1 nVcmâ€“1, using their ampullae of Lorenzini. Behavioural responses to electric fields have been investigated in various species, sometimes with the aim to develop shark deterrents to improve human safety. The present study tested...
- Unblocking arteries through wrist can reduce recovery time. Bishara, Sami // Wentzville Journal;2/6/2013, Vol. 51 Issue 6, pB5
The article offers information on transradial angioplasty or the angioplasty through the wrist.
- Restenosis. // Encyclopedic Reference of Molecular Pharmacology;2004, p815
An encyclopedia entry for the term "restenosis," which refers to the phenomenon of vascular reocclusion post-angioplasty or stent, is presented.
- Technology: Low-power magnetic switch. // Nature;12/1/2011, Vol. 480 Issue 7375, p8
The article focuses on a research conducted by researcher Morgan Trassin and colleagues at the University of California, Berkeley, according to which the magnetization of a material can be reversibly switched by the direct application of an electric field.
- CATHETER CLEARS CORONARY ARTERIES. McCarty, Lyle H. // Design News;9/23/91, Vol. 47 Issue 18, p88
Reports on the use of the Rotablator, a pneumatically powered angioplasty system device that cleans blocked arteries without damaging the walls. Design and development history of the product; Inclusion of an advancer/catheter, a guide wire, a console and a power source that uses air or nitrogen;...
- Lunar and Solar Tides in the Electric Field of the Earth's Atmosphere. Grunskaya, L. V.; Morozov, V. N.; Efimov, V. A.; Gavrilov, I. N.; Tarasov, A. V. // Russian Physics Journal;Dec2003, Vol. 46 Issue 12, p1264
The paper is aimed at solving one of the problems of modern geophysics, namely, investigating a correlation between the Earth's extremely low frequency (<30 Hz) electromagnetic field in the ground atmospheric layer and the global geophysical processes like lunar and solar tides.