(a) Schematic of the model used for calculation of temperature rise in the tumor from AMF induced MNP heating. Temperature profile in tumor tissue (b) heated by a 12.5 mW point heat source for 30 min (c) as a function of time and distance from point source.
Relaxation times for (a) and (b) nanoparticles as a function of magnetic particle size and polymer shell thickness.
The influence of magnetic particle size and AMF frequency on the SAR of (a) and (b) MNP for field strength .
The influence of magnetic particle size and field strength on the SAR of (a) and (b) MNP for frequency .
The influence of magnetic particle size and anisotropy constant on the SAR of MNP with respect to (a) frequency for field strength and (b) field strength for frequency .
The influence of particle hydrodynamic diameter on the SAR of (a) and (b) nanoparticles for a frequency and field strength .
Field strength and MNP concentration requirements for complete thermal coverage of tumors with 375 kHz AMF. Guide lines are power-law fits to data points.
MNP mass and field strength requirements for complete hyperthermia coverage in tumors of various sizes with an AMF of and for (a) and (b) . Guide lines are power-law fits to data.
Comparison of 42 and thermal coverage of tumors with 1 g of MNP and 375 kHz AMF.
Parameters to model power output from iron oxide MNP in a ferrofluid exposed to an AMF.
Parameters used for modeling the temperature of AMF induced heating from MNP distributed in the tumor.
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