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This low mean value results from the short pulses and subsequent long time

intervals. When one considers the power output during a single pulse, then, for

the duration of a few microseconds, there is an average

cm2; ...

This low mean value results from the short pulses and subsequent long time

intervals. When one considers the power output during a single pulse, then, for

the duration of a few microseconds, there is an average

**energy**of about 2-5 watt /cm2; ...

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numerator as a weighted difference

signal-to-noise ratio and equation (40) becomes IK'V2 r* + 1 W^) = (t) [2, + (*V)F2-

(43) It is easy to see that for a particular waveform r* can never be any greater

than ...

numerator as a weighted difference

**energy**. In this situation r* is a weightedsignal-to-noise ratio and equation (40) becomes IK'V2 r* + 1 W^) = (t) [2, + (*V)F2-

(43) It is easy to see that for a particular waveform r* can never be any greater

than ...

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Again, since bones in life do not ordinarily fail by elastic instability, it seems that

the actual values of Young's Modulus are higher than the values which would just

be safe.

Again, since bones in life do not ordinarily fail by elastic instability, it seems that

the actual values of Young's Modulus are higher than the values which would just

be safe.

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### Contents

Biomedical Applications of Ultrasound Werner Buschmann I Introduction | 1 |

Modes of Action of Ultrasound on Living Cells and Tissues | 2 |

Changes in Cell and Tissue due to Ultrasound | 3 |

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