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    • Effects of Moisture Content on Oxygen Diffusion through a Contact Lens 

      Green, Angela; Chang, Cindy; Haery, Leila; Ortiz, Michael; Gillen, Elizabeth (2006-01-16)
    • 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 ...
    • Efficacy of nanoparticle-encapsulated BCNU delivery in a pCPP:SA scaffold for treatment of Glioblastoma Multiforme 

      Bunis, Dan; Card, Camisha; Lin, Jessica; Rhee, Stephanie (2012-05-03)
    • Endovenous Laser Treatment for Occlusion of Varicose Veins 

      Bai, Lillia; Cullopulli, Sherya; Nadeau, Sarah (2016-05-16)
      Endovenous laser treatment (ELT) is a minimally invasive technique that uses laser energy to treat varicose veins. An optical fiber is inserted under the guidance of ultrasound and laser light is shone into the interior ...
    • Endovenous Laser Treatment of Varicose Veins 

      Agalar, Mirabella; Hsia, Allison; Kelkar, Mona; Zanini, Zachary (2012-05-04)
    • Ev Markwardt Reminisces 

      Markwardt, Everett D.; Scott, Norman R. (Internet-First University Press, 2013-09-03)
    • Ex Vivo Maintenance of Heart Viability: Comparison of Two Methods 

      Bridgen, Devin; Hagens, John; Brink, Rob; Gregg, Peter; Aridgides, Dan; Faghri, Ali (2006-05-24)
      Currently established methods of tissue preservation for heart transplantation involve placing the harvested donor heart in a cold, nutrient-rich cardioplegic solution. Clinically, methods like these have only been shown ...
    • Ex-Vivo Chemotherapeutic Drug Treatment of Human Tumor Spheroids 

      Herynk, Brad; Liu, Vivian; Sabhaz, Jasmin; Starchenko, Alina (2010-05-21)
      Drug testing of microspheroid tumors ex-vivo has proven to mimic micrometastases in the bloodstream of cancer patients1. More recently, cancer treatment has turned to developing individual drug regimens that target specific ...
    • Experimental data for: Topography Impacts Hydrology in the Sub-Humid Ethiopian Highlands 

      Mhiret, Demesew; Dersseh, Minychl; Guzman, Christian; Dagnew, Dessalegn; Abebe, Wubneh; Zaitchik, Benjamin; Steenhuis, Tammo (2022)
      (Abstract from full manuscript in Water vol 14, January 2022) Understanding the relationship between topography, hydrological processes, and runoff source areas is essential in engineering design, such as predicting floods ...
    • Ferromagnetic Thermal Ablation of Prostate Tumor 

      Avissar, Michael; Ishman, Naquan; Lee, Sui Ping; Patel, Payal (2001-01-07)
      There are many forms of treatment for prostate cancer. One set of treatments is called hyperthermia, the heating of tumor tissue to destroy it. Thermal ablation is a form of hyperthermia that destroys both normal and cell ...
    • A Few Things I Remember Or At Least That I’ll Admit! 

      Furry, Ronald B. (East River Editorial, 2018)
      Autobiography of Ronald Bay Furry.
    • Field Data from Cornell’s Teaching and Research Farm 

      Barclay, Janet Rice (2013-10-03)
      This data set contains field data from the Cornell Teaching and Research Farm in Harford, NY during the period of April 25, 2012 to November 27, 2012. Locations.csv describes the well / field point / stream locations. ...
    • A FINITE ELEMENT FOR SHELL ANALYSIS AND ITS APPLICATION TO BIOLOGICAL OBJECTS 

      Lee, Jae Young (1986-06)
      A new method of element decomposition is introduced in the formulation of a new shell finite element. The actual element is decomposed into a translational element defined completely by the nodal translations and a difference ...
    • Finite Element Model of Human Thermoregulation in Cold Conditions 

      Berman, Aaron; Khalatyan, Yekaterina; Umeki, Chris; Zhou, Max (2019-05)
      The human body can only function properly within a narrow range of temperatures. Therefore, the regulation of body temperature is a critical part of survival. Thermal homeostasis is maintained through complex feedback ...
    • Finite Element Modeling of Thermal Regulation in Extra Vehicular Activity 

      Biswas, Rohit; France, Emma; Paradkar, Mihir; Woods, Zach (2016-05-16)
      Astronauts perspire heavily during the strenuous exercise of Extravehicular Activity (EVA), and previous literature has expressed concern that this may negatively impact the ability of the LCVG to maintain thermal comfort. ...
    • Focused Ultrasound Induced Heating for Drug Delivery in Cancer Therapies 

      Datta, Amita; Dreiman, Gabe; Livermore, Grace; Wang, Alice (2017-05-18)
      Many treatment options are available in eliminating tumors including surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy. These treatments, however, have heavy financial constraints and/or significant systemic side effects. Focused ...
    • Freezing a Fillet-o-Fish 

      Fong, Jeannette; Ishikawa, Dave; Jackson, Andrea; Leung, Andrea; Yeung, Roger (2001-01-07)
      The frozen food industry is a billion dollar industry that demands efficient manufacturing of consumer products. Through modeling the freezing within a fish fillet, the process of storing and distributing this product is ...
    • Frostbite in Ithaca: A Walk to Riley-Robb 

      Aridgides, Lynn; Avrin, Becky; Smith, Chris (2000-01-10)
      Frostbite occurs when body tissues freeze after being exposed to extreme cold and wind. It?s most likely to occur on body extremities ? fingers, nose, ears, and toes ? areas far from the warm body core and exposed to the ...
    • Frostbite in the Ear 

      Chiou, Jacqueline; Hortelano, Bruno; Macy, Taylor; Weinlandt, Will (2014-05-28)
      In many polar regions of the Earth, winters are long and cold, and they pose a series of problems to poorly-prepared residents. When walking outside on a cold winter’s day, freezing winds induce a high risk of frostbite ...
    • Frostbyte: Multi-Phase Lower Digital Freezing 

      Cooke, Benjamin; Jaicks, John; Kitzinger, Cameron; Sheppard, TJ (2021-05)
      Though frostbite is an affliction that has been commonly known for hundreds of years, its direct effect and dynamics have rarely been studied. With modern technology and an understanding of the human body, tissue freezing ...