Investigation of Temperature Effects of a Low-Level Laser Source Within the Muscle Phantom

Hüseyin Okan Durmuş, Neslişah Gün, Baki Karaböce, MirHasan Yu. Seyidov

Abstract


In this study, using temperature meter device having a 5-channel and 10 kΩ NTC type thermistor sensors and developed in TÜBİTAK UME Medical Metrology Laboratory, temperature effects of a low-level laser source that formed during 20, 40, 60 and 80 seconds time intervals in a muscle phantom that poured into a phantom container that was specially designed and produced in a 3D printer were investigated. It is concluded that the laser source used is safe and suitable at therapy usage within the specified times in terms of the detected temperatures.


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