1st Edition

Ultrasonic Exposimetry

ISBN 9780849364365
Published November 23, 1992 by CRC Press
472 Pages

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Book Description

Ultrasonic Exposimetry presents the fundamentals of ultrasonics and discusses the theoretical background of acoustic wave generation and reception. Measurements, instrumentation, and interpretation of measured data (including error analysis) are examined in detail.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: An Overview of Ultrasonic Exposimetry and Its Clinical Relevance, Chapter 2: Physics of Ultrasound, Chapter 3: Sources of Ultrasonic Exposure, Chapter 4: Relevant Field Parameters with Rationale, Chapter 5: Measurement Techniques, Chapter 6: The NIST Power Reference Source, Chapter 7: Practical Implementations and Technology of Measurement Devices, Chapter 8: Techniques of Hydrophone Calibration, Chapter 9: The Angular Spectrum Method of Transducer Characterization, Chapter 10: Optical Fiber Ultrasonic Sensors, Chapter 11: Exposure Values for Medical Devices, Chapter 12: Intensity and Power Needed in Diagnostic Ultrasound, Chapter 13: Estimation of the Potential for Bioeffects, Chapter 14: Measurement Uncertainty in Ultrasonic Exposimetry, Index

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Marvin C. Ziskin, M.D. is a Professor of Radiology and Medical Physics, and the Director of the Center for Biomedical Physics at Temple University School of Medicine. Dr. Ziskin received an A.B. degree in Biology from Temple University in 1958, an M.D. degree from Temple University in 1962 and, following an internship and some general practice, he received a masters degree in biomedical engineering from Drexel University in 1965. Peter A. Lewin, Ph.D. is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering in the College of Engineering at Drexel University, Philadelphia. He is also a core member of the Biomedical Engineering and Science Institute and Director of the Ultrasound Transducer Research Facility at Drexel University. Dr. Lewin obtained his M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering in 1968 and the Ph.D. in Physical Acoustics in 1979 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Before receiving his Ph.D. degree he was employed by Bruel and Kjaer, Denmark, where he was involved in the development of underwater piezoelectric transducers and associated electronics.