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Transducers for Medical Ultrasound

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Ultrasound imaging depends on the ability of piezoelectric crystals to generate sound when excited with alternating current and the reverse effect of charge accumulation or current flow when such crystals are subjected to pressure from sound waves. The first known ultrasound imaging machine was designed by K. T. Dussik in Australia in 1937. However, despite its widespread acceptance today, medical ultrasound did not develop as rapidly as X-ray imaging. Despite the relatively slow start, medical ultrasound imaging is very widely accepted today because there is no ionising radiation involved and hence the procedure is relatively safe. This brief essay takes a look at transducers for medical ultrasound.
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Publisher
Farrukh Khan
Published
November 4, 2011
Language
English
Pages
22
File Format
PDF
File Size
337.21 KB
Product ID
18608727

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