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Aharon Yerushalmi: Hyperthermia apparatus. Yeda Research and Development, Browdy and Neimark, July 22, 1986: US04601296 (223 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for hyperthermic treatment of tumors comprising a probe insertable into a body cavity in the vicinity of a tumor to be treated, the probe including a radiation emitting antenna and a conduit system for the passage of a cooling fluid adjacent the outer surface thereof for cooling of tissue ...


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Satoshi Aida, Kenzo Matsumoto, Ayao Itoh, Yoshinori Suzuki, Kinya Takamizawa: Ultrasound hyperthermia apparatus. Kabushiki Kaisha Toshiba, Oblon Fisher Spivak McClelland & Maier, November 4, 1986: US04620546 (207 worldwide citation)

An ultrasound hyperthermia apparatus has a tomographic ultrasound probe for obtaining a tomographic image and a heating applicator for heating a tumor portion. A position detector is provided to detect the positional relationship of the tomographic ultrasound probe and the heating applicator with re ...


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Paul F Turner: Invasive hyperthermia apparatus and method. BSD Medical Corporation, Hubbard Thurman Turner & Tucker, May 15, 1984: US04448198 (197 worldwide citation)

Invasive hyperthermia apparatus includes an electromagnetic energy radiation source, and a plurality of applicators. Each applicator is adapted for insertion into body tissue and radiating electromagnetic energy therein. Interconnected between the applicators and the radiation source are a power spl ...


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Paul F Turner: Hyperthermia apparatus. BSD Medical Corporation, Hubbard Thurman Turner & Tucker, January 17, 1989: US04798215 (181 worldwide citation)

A hyperthermia apparatus includes a hyperthermia treatment subsystem, and a receiver subsystem combined to use jointly the parts common to both subsystems. The hyperthermia and receiver subsystems include, respectively, a power source and radiometer connected to a switch controlled by a central proc ...


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Syuichi Takayama, Takashi Tsukaya, Yasuhiro Ueda, Shinji Hatta, Masashi Abe: Hyperthermia apparatus. Olympus Optical, Parkhurst Wendel & Rossi, April 2, 1991: US05003991 (167 worldwide citation)

A hyperthermia apparatus for effecting the thermotherapy by heating a cancer locally including two outside-body electrodes to be arranged on an outer surface of a patient's body, an inside-body electrode to be inserted into a cavity of the patient's body, a high frequency power supply circuit for ge ...


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Paul F Turner: Hyperthermia apparatus having three-dimensional focusing. BSD Medical Corporation, Mallinckrodt & Mallinckrodt, March 24, 1992: US05097844 (113 worldwide citation)

A hyperthermia apparatus having a three-dimensional target positioning capability is disclosed. The apparatus includes a signal modifier, having electromagnetic power splitting, phase adjusting, and power gain capabilities, connected to a plurality of power connector assemblies having individual ant ...


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Guy Azam, Guy Convert, Jacques Dufour, Claude Jasmin, Joel Sidi: Hyperthermia apparatus. CGR MEV, Roland Plottel, February 25, 1986: US04572190 (107 worldwide citation)

A hyperthermia apparatus primarily applicable to the treatment of tumors comprises at least three high-frequency generators connected to three electrodes. The electrodes are intended to be coupled to a patient's body which constitutes the load, thus producing a higher temperature rise in the vicinit ...


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H Ian Robins, Justin D Cohen: Apparatus for inducing whole body hyperthermia and method for treatment utilizing said whole body hyperthermia inducing apparatus. Cancer Research Institute, Felfe & Lynch, February 3, 1998: US05713941 (56 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an improved whole body hyperthermia apparatus for raising the body temperature of a patient, said apparatus emitting radiant heat from a surface heated by a fluid. The present invention also provides an improved method for treating a cancer patient, said method compris ...


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Michael P Ross: Non-invasive hyperthermia apparatus including coaxial applicator having a non-invasive radiometric receiving antenna incorporated therein and method of use thereof. Sandia Corporation, Gregory A Cone, Thomas C Auchterlonie, August 27, 1996: US05549639 (52 worldwide citation)

A coaxial hyperthermia applicator for applying non-invasively electromagnetic energy to a body against which it is placed. The coaxial applicator antenna has formed integrally within it a non-invasive radiometric antenna for receiving thermoelectromagnetic emissions. The coaxial-configured applicato ...