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Abstract Title:

[Thermal effects of ultrasound].

Abstract Source:

Ultraschall Med. 2001 Jun;22(3):146-52. PMID: 11484447

Abstract Author(s):

C Koch

Article Affiliation:

Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, Braunschweig. christian.koch@ptb.de

Abstract:

AIM: Diagnostic ultrasound is a powerful, versatile and safe investigation tool in modern medicine. Methods are described, and conclusions are drawn and recommendations given for a responsible use of diagnostic ultrasound.

METHOD AND RESULTS: Because of the increasing ultrasonic power penetrating the body, diagnostic techniques cannot always be applied without risk. The increase in temperature induced by ultrasound absorption should be considered a potential hazard in certain applications. The paper presents the physical basis for a quantitative estimation of the risk of a specific treatment plan. Mathematical models and the thermal index are described.

CONCLUSION: Our findings and recommendations form a viable basis for the responsible use of diagnostic ultrasound.

Study Type : Review
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