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Are slender devices with low electrical conductivity unlikely to exhibit RF-inducing heating?

Are slender devices with low electrical conductivity unlikely to exhibit RF-induced heating? This publication evaluates representative generic slender passive implanted medical devices to quantify electric field magnitude in the gel phantom, which generates RF-induced heating, as function of the device electrical conductivity.

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Are slender devices with low electrical conductivity unlikely to exhibit RF-inducing heating?

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