Student research papers for Professor Ashim Datta's Biomed BEE 4530/Computer-aided Engineering course for 2002.

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  • Cryogenic Treatment of the Common Wart 

    Cuneo, Kyle; LeBarron, Jamie; Reynolds, Jaimee; Tiberio, Christine; Yoo, Sylvia (2004-11-12)
    This study models the effect of applying subzero temperature liquids to the surface of a common wart. The goal was to determine which variables (i.e. conductivity of skin, temperature of liquid, duration of application) ...
  • The Effects of Topical Heating for Therapeutic Uses 

    Davis, Philip M.; Gaborski, Thomas; Pardo, Jaime; Patcha, Prasanth; Whitman, Kimberly (2004-11-12)
    The application of topical heat for therapeutic purposes has become commonplace in America. It is used by professionals including physical therapists and physicians to treat their patients as well as by individuals within ...
  • Radiofrequency Ablation for Treatment of Osteoid Osteoma Tumors 

    Gonzalez, Ruth; Jones, Caroline; Meltzer, Sara; Miksic, Vonya; Patel, Payal (2004-11-12)
    This project analyzes the different parameters involved in the use of radiofrequency ablation in destruction of osteoid osteoma tumors. Osteoid osteomas occur most frequently in the long tubular bones, especially those in ...
  • Optimization of Nicotine Patch Placement 

    Barten, Garrett; Buhmann, Brendan; Gordon-Messer, Susannah; Kaufman, Aaron; Ward, Briana (2004-11-12)
    Nicotine patches are currently used as a transdermal drug delivery method help to people trying to quit smoking. Currently, those trying to quit smoking are encouraged to place the nicotine patch on the outside of the upper ...
  • Laser Hair Removal 

    Jolly, Aaron; Gupta, Sameer; Auerbach, Eric; Loaknauth, Nicholas; Drost, Laurens (2004-11-12)
    Laser hair removal, through a process known as selective photothermolysis, is a new trendy way to remove all that unwanted hair. Traditional methods such as waxing, tweezing, shaving and electrolysis each have their ...

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