4 edition of Proceedings of photothermal therapies in medicine found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Photothermal therapies in medicine|
|Statement||Gaetano Bandieramonte ... [et al.], chairs/editors ; sponsored by SILCM--Società italiana di laser chirurgia e medicina ... [et al.].|
|Series||Progress in biomedical optics, EurOpt series, SPIE proceedings series ;, v. 3193, Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering ;, v. 3193., Proceedings EurOpt series.|
|Contributions||Bandieramonte, Gaetano, 1946-, Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers., Società italiana di laser chirurgia e medicina.|
|LC Classifications||R857.L37 P7468 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 188 p. :|
|Number of Pages||188|
|LC Control Number||98164978|
Current Approaches of Photothermal Therapy in Treating Cancer Metastasis with Nanotherapeutics Lili Zou1*, Hong Wang2*, Bin He2, Lijuan Zeng3, 2Tao Tan3, Haiqiang Cao2, Xinyu He, Zhiwen Zhang2, Shengrong Guo1, Yaping Li2 1. School of Pharmacy, Shanghai Cited by: Photothermal therapy (PTT) induced by plasmonic nanoparticles has emerged as a promising approach to treating cancer.[1–3] Unlike other therapeutic approaches such as chemo- and radiation therapies, PTT is noninvasive with minimal – and local – side effects. PTT is based on the ability of photothermal transducers to efficiently convert light to heat, ablating tumors in a selective and controlled by: 4.
Photothermal therapy is a minimally invasive, local treatment modality that mainly relies on an optical absorbing agent, also known as photosensitizer, which can absorb energy and convert it into heat upon stimulating by an electromagnetic radiation such as radiofrequency, microwaves, near infrared irradiation, or visible light. In biologic environments, an overheated media may cause. Initial study outcomes were published in the prestigious Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) in a paper titled, 'Gold Nanoshell-Localized Photothermal Ablation of Prostate.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Photothermal therapy can be enhanced by employing metal nanoparticles that absorb the radiant energy from the laser leading to localized thermal damages. Targeting of nanoparticles leads to more efficient uptake and localization of photoabsorbers thus increasing the effectiveness of the treatment.
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Get this from a library. Proceedings of photothermal therapies in medicine: SeptemberSan Remo, Italy. [Gaetano Bandieramonte; Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.; Società italiana di laser chirurgia e medicina.;].
Get this from a library. Proceedings of photothermal therapies in medicine: SeptemberSan Remo, Italy. [Gaetano Bandieramonte; Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.; Società italiana di laser chirurgia e medicina.; SPIE Digital Library.;].
Laser photophysical interactions have been used in treatment of cancers. The use of laser energy provides high target selectivity. With photosensitizers and immunoadjuvants, laser treatment can also provide long-term and systemic effects.
Photothermal interaction using an nm diode laser was used to treat metastatic melanoma in mice. Despite the promise of photothermal therapy (PTT) for ablation of pancreatic tumors, this approach remains under investigated.
Using photothermal sensitizers in combination with laser light for PTT can result in more efficient conversion of light energy to heat, and confinement of thermal destruction to the tumor, thus sparing adjacent organs and vasculature.
Proc. SPIEPhotothermal Therapies in Medicine, pg (19 January ); doi: / Proceedings of photothermal therapies in medicine book Abstract + Experimental results on long-term consequences of laser puncture applied to active points of the projection zones for the reproductive organs in guinea pigs after preliminary exposure to (gamma) -radiation are given.
However, new uses for nanomaterials in targeted cancer therapy are coming to light, and the efficacy of photothermal therapy has increased dramatically. In this work, we review some of the current applications of nanomaterials to enhance photothermal therapy, specifically as photothermal absorbers, drug delivery vehicles, photoimmunological.
Photothermal therapy (PTT) is a method of heat ablation in which light energy is utilized to induce localized heat within the tissue and destroy the pathologic cells. Photothermal therapy (PTT) is a therapeutic method whereby cancers are ablated by the heat generated from absorbed near-infrared (NIR) light energy.
Liang et al. (29) used PEGylated SWNTs as the theranostic agent and demonstrated that imaging-guided PTT afforded effective destruction of primary tumors and cancer cells in sentinel lymph nodes and inhibited tumor metastasis.
Photothermal therapy (PTT) enables local therapeutic hyperthermia of tissue using a laser to convert light into heat. The concept of PTT has existed for decades, with prominent developments relying on noble-metal materials formed into varying shapes, including gold nanospheres, shells, rods, cages, and triangular by: 1.
This is a systematic in vivo study of gold nanorods (AuNRs)-assisted plasmonic photothermal therapy (AuNRs-PPTT) for cancer. We have optimized the properties of our AuNRs and the conditions of PPTT to achieve maximal induction of tumor apoptosis.
To examine the molecular mechanisms of action of AuNRs-PPTT, we used quantitative proteomics to study protein expression Cited by: Molecules, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear Colleagues, We are pleased to introduce this Special issue of Molecules devoted to the research of nanomaterials aimed for photothermal therapy (PTT).
PTT constitutes a promising young strategy for the treatments of several diseases, in particular cancer. Photothermal imaging and spectroscopy are being applied to a variety of medical problems for diagnosis and therapy.
This paper reviews some aspects of this field including the opportunities presented by non-optical sources and by use of Author: John C. Murphy. Photothermal science continues to be an area of rapid development and active investigation, as is demonstrated by this volume.
The various contributions present fundamental research in materials science, physics, chemistry, biology, and medicine, as well as important applications of photothermal techniques in nondestructive evaluation, aeronomy and pollution control, and other : Paperback.
Photothermal Therapy of Glioma in a Mouse Model With Near-Infrared Excited Nanoshells Susan M., and West, Jennifer L. "Photothermal Therapy of Glioma in a Mouse Model With Near-Infrared Excited Nanoshells." Proceedings of the ASME First Global Congress on NanoEngineering for Medicine Author: Emily S.
Day, Linna Zhang, Nastassja A. Lewinski, Patrick A. Thompson, Rebekah A. Drezek, Susan M. Abstract: Complications associated with invasive malignant tumor excision have led to alternative treatment methods including chemotherapy, photodynamic therapy, and thermal coagulation.
Metal nanoshells, which are a new class of optically active nanoparticles, may provide a novel means of targeted photothermal therapy in tumor tissue, minimizing damage to surrounding healthy tissue. This book. based on the proceedings of the "International Meeting on Lithium and Rubidium Therapy" held in Venice from September 30th to October 2nd is devoted to current trends in the pharmacology and clinical aspects of lithium and of a newly born therapeutic cation.
: Giovanni Umberto Corsini. Photothermal therapy (PTT) refers to efforts to use electromagnetic radiation (most often in infrared wavelengths) for the treatment of various medical conditions, including approach is an extension of photodynamic therapy, in which a photosensitizer is excited with specific band light.
This activation brings the sensitizer to an excited state where it then releases vibrational. Author(s): Bandieramonte,Gaetano,; Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.; Società italiana di laser chirurgia e medicina.
Title(s): Proceedings of photothermal therapies in medicine: SeptemberSan Remo, Italy/ Gaetano Bandieramonte. In the present work, we demonstrate a potential use of gold nanorods as a contrast agent for selective photothermal therapy of human acute leukemia cells (HL) using a near-infrared laser.
Gold Nanorods (GNR) are synthesized and conjugated to CD33, a 67 kDa glycoprotein found on the surface of myeloid cells that belongs to the sialoadhesin Cited by: 7. The release of DOX and rapamycin from the nanovehicle in vitro is much faster under NIR laser irradiation at nm (Fig.
3B): over 90% of DOX and 15% rapamycin are released within 30 min compared with 20% and 5%, respectively, without the laser, suggesting that the nanovehicles have potential to enhance delivery by photothermal therapy under Cited by: 8.
Photothermal therapy (PTT) is a minimally-invasive therapeutic strategy, where light irradiation is converted by photothermal agents to heat, thus increasing the Cited by: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America,(33): – Zhou F, Xing D, Ou Z.
Cancer photothermal therapy in the near-infrared region by using single-walled carbon by: Home Browse by Title Periodicals Journal of Nanomaterials Vol. 16, No. 1 Antibacterial and antibiofilm activities of the photothermal therapy using gold nanorods against seven different bacterial strainsCited by: