By J. Patrick Reilly (auth.)
Electric currents and electromagnetic fields were utilized to organic structures, fairly people, with either healing and pathological effects. utilized Bioelectricity discusses organic responses to electrical currents and electromagnetic fields, together with clinical functions and surprise risks. The publication covers basic actual and engineering ideas of responses to temporary electric publicity and emphasizes human reactions, even if animal responses to electrical energy are regarded as good. The therapy covers reactions from the just-detectable to the basically damaging. a massive new bankruptcy discusses criteria for human publicity to electromagnetic fields and electrical present and demonstrates how those criteria were built according to the rules handled in past chapters. J. Patrick Reilly is a member of the critical employees of the Johns Hopkins college utilized Physics Laboratory and is President of Metatec Associates.
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1 S/m, c, = 106 , and f = 100Hz. In accordance with Eq. 6% of the resistive component. In general, the bulk properties of biological tissue are dominantly resistive. The conductivity of some biological preparations is markedly anisotropic. 1 to be approximately 6 to 7 times more conductive when low-frequency current is orientated parallel to the muscle fibers, as compared with a perpendicular orientation. , 1983). Anisotropic conductivity ratios ranging from about 5: 1 to 10: 1 apply to cardiac tissue, depending on the method of measurement (Plonsey and Barr, 1986).
16. Impedance versus voltage for large-area foot-to-foot contacts. ) treatment with saline lowers the impedance much more. At 200V, there is little difference between wet and dry electrodes. 15 also show internal body resistance, R B , for the indicated paths. The value of RB drops only slightly as the applied voltage is raised from 25 to 200 V, dropping to 650Q for the hand-to-hand path and to 550 Q for the hand-to-foot path. These values are reasonably close to the value of approximately 500 Q determined for RB from high-frequency measurements (refer to Sect.
Po (1) "0 S tv ...... 00 ....... Dielectric Properties of Biological Materials 19 synthetic dielectric materials, for which relative permittivities of 5 to 10 are typical. Despite the appearance of such large permittivity, the biological material remains overwhelmingly resistive, as can be seen from the following example. 1 S/m, c, = 106 , and f = 100Hz. In accordance with Eq. 6% of the resistive component. In general, the bulk properties of biological tissue are dominantly resistive. The conductivity of some biological preparations is markedly anisotropic.
Applied Bioelectricity: From Electrical Stimulation to Electropathology by J. Patrick Reilly (auth.)