Dieter Georg Haemmerich

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InstitutionMedical University of South Carolina
DepartmentPediatrics
AddressP.O. Box MSC 915
CR 611
165 Ashley Ave.
Phone843-792-1396
Fax843-792-3284
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    University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison (WI)PhD12/2001Bioengineering
    Vienna University of Technology, Vienna (Austria)MS07/1998Electrical and Computer Engineering
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    2013 - 2014President, Society for Thermal Medicine
    2012 - 2016Permanent Member, RTB Study Section, NIH
    2011Fellow, Heart Rhythm Society

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    The research interests of our lab include image-guided therapies, image-guided drug delivery, biomedical instrumentation, measurement of thermal and dielectric tissue properties, and computational modeling of biological heat transfer and drug delivery problems.

    Specifically, we have been working on:
    1) Image-guided drug delivery by thermosensitive liposomes (TSL):
    TSL are nanoparticle drug delivery systems that release the encapsulated drug when exposed to hyperthermia (>40 ºC). After systemic administration of TSL (e.g. infusion), hyperthermia is locally applied to the targeted tissue region resulting in localized drug delivery. We have been working on: (1) use of in vivo fluorescence imaging for real-time monitoring of drug delivery; (2) in vitro devices for characterization of TSL release kinetics; (3) Computational models of TSL drug delivery to identify relevant parameters of TSL, tumor, and hyperthermia with the goal of optimizing delivery.

    2) Tumor ablation (radiofrequency ablation; microwave ablation; focused ultrasound)
    Tumor ablation employs heat or cold to locally destroy cancerous tissue, and is used clinically for treatment of liver, lung, and other cancers. Various methods of tissue heating such as radiofrequency heating or microwaves have been employed. We have been developing novel and improved ablation devices by combining computer simulation, ex vivo tissue studies, and in vivo studies in large animals.

    3) Cardiac catheter ablation (radiofrequency ablation; cryo ablation):
    Ablation is used as therapy for cardiac arrhythmia, where a small tissue region in the heart responsible for arrhythmia is destroyed by heat or cold. We have been investigating the biophysics of cardiac catheter ablation via computer simulations, ex vivo tissue models, and in vivo studies, with the goal of developing more effective devices as well as characterizing tissue effects of heat and cold.
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    radiofrequency ablation, tumor ablation, cardiac catheter ablation, temperature sensitive liposomes, thermosensitive liposomes, computer modeling

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    1. Lu T, Haemmerich D, Liu H, Seynhaeve ALB, van Rhoon GC, Houtsmuller AB, Ten Hagen TLM. Externally triggered smart drug delivery system encapsulating idarubicin shows superior kinetics and enhances tumoral drug uptake and response. Theranostics. 2021; 11(12):5700-5712. PMID: 33897876.
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    2. Ramajayam KK, Wolfe AM, Motamarry A, Yost J, Yost MJ, Haemmerich D. Computer Modeling of Drug Delivery with Thermosensitive Liposomes in a Realistic Three-Dimensional Geometry. Annu Int Conf IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2020 07; 2020:5021-5024. PMID: 33019114.
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    3. Seynhaeve ALB, Amin M, Haemmerich D, van Rhoon GC, Ten Hagen TLM. Hyperthermia and smart drug delivery systems for solid tumor therapy. Adv Drug Deliv Rev. 2020; 163-164:125-144. PMID: 32092379.
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    4. Almekkawy M, Chen J, Ellis MD, Haemmerich D, Holmes DR, Linte CA, Panescu D, Pearce J, Prakash P, Zderic V. Therapeutic Systems and Technologies: State-of-the-Art Applications, Opportunities, and Challenges. IEEE Rev Biomed Eng. 2020; 13:325-339. PMID: 30951478.
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    5. Motamarry A, Negussie AH, Rossmann C, Small J, Wolfe AM, Wood BJ, Haemmerich D. Real-time fluorescence imaging for visualization and drug uptake prediction during drug delivery by thermosensitive liposomes. Int J Hyperthermia. 2019; 36(1):817-826. PMID: 31451077.
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    6. Morley G, Bernstein S, Kuznekoff L, Vasquez C, Saul P, Haemmerich D. Permanent and Transient Electrophysiological Effects During Cardiac Cryoablation Documented by Optical Activation Mapping and Thermal Imaging. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng. 2018 Nov 09. PMID: 30418875.
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    7. Bredlau AL, Motamarry A, Chen C, McCrackin MA, Helke K, Armeson KE, Bynum K, Broome AM, Haemmerich D. Localized delivery of therapeutic doxorubicin dose across the canine blood-brain barrier with hyperthermia and temperature sensitive liposomes. Drug Deliv. 2018 Nov; 25(1):973-984. PMID: 29688083.
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    8. Haemmerich D. Non-invasive image-guided targeted drug delivery. Lancet Oncol. 2018 08; 19(8):1000-1001. PMID: 30001989.
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    9. Asemani D, Motamarry A, Haemmerich D. In vitro Measurement of Release Kinetics of Temperature Sensitive Liposomes with a Fluorescence Imaging System. Annu Int Conf IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2018 Jul; 2018:3216-3219. PMID: 30441076.
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    10. Linte CA, Camp JJ, Rettmann ME, Haemmerich D, Aktas MK, Huang DT, Packer DL, Holmes DR. Technical Note: On Cardiac Ablation Lesion Visualization for Image-guided Therapy Monitoring. Proc SPIE Int Soc Opt Eng. 2018 Feb; 10576. PMID: 31213732.
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    11. Asemani D, Haemmerich D. A Unified Mathematical Model for Nano-Liposomal Drug Delivery to Solid Tumors. IEEE Trans Nanobioscience. 2018 03; 17(1):3-11. PMID: 29570070.
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    12. Linte CA, Camp JJ, Rettmann ME, Haemmerich D, Aktas MK, Huang DT, Packer DL, Holmes DR. Lesion modeling, characterization, and visualization for image-guided cardiac ablation therapy monitoring. J Med Imaging (Bellingham). 2018 Apr; 5(2):021218. PMID: 29531966.
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    13. Haemmerich D, Motamarry A. Thermosensitive Liposomes for Image-Guided Drug Delivery. Adv Cancer Res. 2018; 139:121-146. PMID: 29941102.
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    14. Burke C, Dreher MR, Negussie AH, Mikhail AS, Yarmolenko P, Patel A, Skilskyj B, Wood BJ, Haemmerich D. Drug release kinetics of temperature sensitive liposomes measured at high-temporal resolution with a millifluidic device. Int J Hyperthermia. 2018 09; 34(6):786-794. PMID: 29284329.
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    15. Rossmann C, McCrackin MA, Armeson KE, Haemmerich D. Temperature sensitive liposomes combined with thermal ablation: Effects of duration and timing of heating in mathematical models and in vivo. PLoS One. 2017; 12(6):e0179131. PMID: 28604815.
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    16. Mikhail AS, Negussie AH, Pritchard WF, Haemmerich D, Woods D, Bakhutashvili I, Esparza-Trujillo J, Brancato SJ, Karanian J, Agarwal PK, Wood BJ. Lyso-thermosensitive liposomal doxorubicin for treatment of bladder cancer. Int J Hyperthermia. 2017 11; 33(7):733-740. PMID: 28540814.
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    17. Prakash P, Haemmerich D. Introduction to microwave tumour ablation special issue. Int J Hyperthermia. 2017 02; 33(1):1-2. PMID: 28081679.
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    18. Deshazer G, Prakash P, Merck D, Haemmerich D. Experimental measurement of microwave ablation heating pattern and comparison to computer simulations. Int J Hyperthermia. 2017 02; 33(1):74-82. PMID: 27431040.
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    19. Bredlau AL, McCrackin MA, Motamarry A, Helke K, Chen C, Broome AM, Haemmerich D. Thermal Therapy Approaches for Treatment of Brain Tumors in Animals and Humans. Crit Rev Biomed Eng. 2016; 44(6):443-457. PMID: 29431091.
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    20. Swenson CE, Haemmerich D, Maul DH, Knox B, Ehrhart N, Reed RA. Increased Duration of Heating Boosts Local Drug Deposition during Radiofrequency Ablation in Combination with Thermally Sensitive Liposomes (ThermoDox) in a Porcine Model. PLoS One. 2015; 10(10):e0139752. PMID: 26431204.
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    21. Qi X, Li G, Liu D, Motamarry A, Huang X, Wolfe AM, Helke KL, Haemmerich D, Staveley-O'Carroll KF, Kimchi ET. Development of a radiofrequency ablation platform in a clinically relevant murine model of hepatocellular cancer. . 2015; 16(12):1812-9. PMID: 26537481.
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    22. Rossmanna C, Haemmerich D. Review of temperature dependence of thermal properties, dielectric properties, and perfusion of biological tissues at hyperthermic and ablation temperatures. Crit Rev Biomed Eng. 2014; 42(6):467-92. PMID: 25955712.
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    23. Myerson RJ, Moros EG, Diederich CJ, Haemmerich D, Hurwitz MD, Hsu IC, McGough RJ, Nau WH, Straube WL, Turner PF, Vujaskovic Z, Stauffer PR. Components of a hyperthermia clinic: recommendations for staffing, equipment, and treatment monitoring. Int J Hyperthermia. 2014 Feb; 30(1):1-5. PMID: 24350642.
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    24. Rossmann C, Garrett-Mayer E, Rattay F, Haemmerich D. Dynamics of tissue shrinkage during ablative temperature exposures. Physiol Meas. 2014 Jan; 35(1):55-67. PMID: 24345880.
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    25. Reddy G, Dreher MR, Rossmann C, Wood BJ, Haemmerich D. Cytotoxicity of hepatocellular carcinoma cells to hyperthermic and ablative temperature exposures: in vitro studies and mathematical modelling. Int J Hyperthermia. 2013 Jun; 29(4):318-23. PMID: 23738699.
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    26. Li L, ten Hagen TL, Hossann M, Süss R, van Rhoon GC, Eggermont AM, Haemmerich D, Koning GA. Mild hyperthermia triggered doxorubicin release from optimized stealth thermosensitive liposomes improves intratumoral drug delivery and efficacy. J Control Release. 2013 Jun 10; 168(2):142-50. PMID: 23524188.
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    27. Li L, ten Hagen TL, Bolkestein M, Gasselhuber A, Yatvin J, van Rhoon GC, Eggermont AM, Haemmerich D, Koning GA. Improved intratumoral nanoparticle extravasation and penetration by mild hyperthermia. J Control Release. 2013 Apr 28; 167(2):130-7. PMID: 23391444.
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    28. Gasselhuber A, Dreher MR, Rattay F, Wood BJ, Haemmerich D. Comparison of conventional chemotherapy, stealth liposomes and temperature-sensitive liposomes in a mathematical model. PLoS One. 2012; 7(10):e47453. PMID: 23082168.
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    29. Thaker AA, Razjouyan F, Woods DL, Haemmerich D, Sekhar K, Wood BJ, Dreher MR. Combination therapy of radiofrequency ablation and bevacizumab monitored with power Doppler ultrasound in a murine model of hepatocellular carcinoma. Int J Hyperthermia. 2012; 28(8):766-75. PMID: 23043501.
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    30. Gasselhuber A, Dreher MR, Partanen A, Yarmolenko PS, Woods D, Wood BJ, Haemmerich D. Targeted drug delivery by high intensity focused ultrasound mediated hyperthermia combined with temperature-sensitive liposomes: computational modelling and preliminary in vivovalidation. Int J Hyperthermia. 2012; 28(4):337-48. PMID: 22621735.
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    31. Partanen A, Yarmolenko PS, Viitala A, Appanaboyina S, Haemmerich D, Ranjan A, Jacobs G, Woods D, Enholm J, Wood BJ, Dreher MR. Mild hyperthermia with magnetic resonance-guided high-intensity focused ultrasound for applications in drug delivery. Int J Hyperthermia. 2012; 28(4):320-36. PMID: 22621734.
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    32. Schenk A, Haemmerich D, Preusser T. Planning of image-guided interventions in the liver. IEEE Pulse. 2011 Sep-Oct; 2(5):48-55. PMID: 25372969.
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    33. Haemmerich D, Dreher MR, Panescu D, Peitgen HO. Image-guided therapies. IEEE Pulse. 2011 Sep-Oct; 2(5):25-7. PMID: 25372966.
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    34. Kong X, Chbat N, Haemmerich D, Kroll M, Panescu D. Innovative engineering solutions. “Lessons learned from medical systems development“ workshop--32nd Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS). IEEE Pulse. 2011 Jan-Feb; 2(1):34-8. PMID: 21317065.
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    35. Haemmerich D, Schutt DJ. RF ablation at low frequencies for targeted tumor heating: in vitro and computational modeling results. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng. 2011 Feb; 58(2):404-10. PMID: 20934940.
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    36. Sun H, Haemmerich D, Rahko PS, Webster JG. Estimating the probability that the Taser directly causes human ventricular fibrillation. J Med Eng Technol. 2010 Apr; 34(3):178-91. PMID: 20064078.
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    37. Strigel RM, Schutt DJ, Webster JG, Mahvi DM, Haemmerich D. An Electrode Array for Limiting Blood Loss During Liver Resection: Optimization via Mathematical Modeling. Open Biomed Eng J. 2010 Feb 04; 4:39-46. PMID: 20309395.
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    38. Haemmerich D, Berjano EJ. Current trends in mathematical modeling of high-temperature thermal therapies. Open Biomed Eng J. 2010 Feb 04; 4:1-2. PMID: 20300226.
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    39. Haemmerich D. Biophysics of radiofrequency ablation. Crit Rev Biomed Eng. 2010; 38(1):53-63. PMID: 21175403.
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    40. Haemmerich D. Mathematical modeling of impedance controlled radiofrequency tumor ablation and ex-vivo validation. Annu Int Conf IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2010; 2010:1605-8. PMID: 21096131.
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    41. Gasselhuber A, Dreher MR, Negussie A, Wood BJ, Rattay F, Haemmerich D. Mathematical spatio-temporal model of drug delivery from low temperature sensitive liposomes during radiofrequency tumour ablation. Int J Hyperthermia. 2010; 26(5):499-513. PMID: 20377363.
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    42. Haemmerich D, Brace C. Image-guided thermal ablation. Preface. Crit Rev Biomed Eng. 2010; 38(1):1 p preceding 1. PMID: 21188788.
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    43. Schutt DJ, Swindle MM, Helke KL, Bastarrika G, Schwarz F, Haemmerich D. Sequential activation of ground pads reduces skin heating during radiofrequency tumor ablation: in vivo porcine results. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng. 2010 Mar; 57(3):746-53. PMID: 19822466.
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    44. Haemmerich D, Schutt DJ, Wright AW, Webster JG, Mahvi DM. Electrical conductivity measurement of excised human metastatic liver tumours before and after thermal ablation. Physiol Meas. 2009 May; 30(5):459-66. PMID: 19349647.
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    45. Schutt D, Berjano EJ, Haemmerich D. Effect of electrode thermal conductivity in cardiac radiofrequency catheter ablation: a computational modeling study. Int J Hyperthermia. 2009 Mar; 25(2):99-107. PMID: 19337910.
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    46. Dos Santos I, Haemmerich D, Schutt D, da Rocha AF, Menezes LR. Probabilistic finite element analysis of radiofrequency liver ablation using the unscented transform. Phys Med Biol. 2009 Feb 07; 54(3):627-40. PMID: 19124948.
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    47. Schutt DJ, Swindle MM, Bastarrika GA, Haemmerich D. Sequential activation of ground pads reduces skin heating during radiofrequency ablation: initial in vivo porcine results. Annu Int Conf IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2009; 2009:4287-90. PMID: 19963820.
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    48. dos Santos I, Correia D, Soares AJ, Góes JA, da Rocha AF, Schutt D, Haemmerich D. A surgical device for radiofrequency ablation of large liver tumors. Physiol Meas. 2008 Oct; 29(10):N59-70. PMID: 18812644.
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    49. Schutt DJ, Haemmerich D. Effects of variation in perfusion rates and of perfusion models in computational models of radio frequency tumor ablation. Med Phys. 2008 Aug; 35(8):3462-70. PMID: 18777906.
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    50. dos Santos I, Haemmerich D, Pinheiro Cda S, da Rocha AF. Effect of variable heat transfer coefficient on tissue temperature next to a large vessel during radiofrequency tumor ablation. Biomed Eng Online. 2008 Jul 11; 7:21. PMID: 18620566.
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    51. Schutt DJ, Haemmerich D. Sequential activation of a segmented ground pad reduces skin heating during radiofrequency tumor ablation: optimization via computational models. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng. 2008 Jul; 55(7):1881-9. PMID: 18595807.
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    52. Pilcher TA, Saul JP, Hlavacek AM, Haemmerich D. Contrasting effects of convective flow on catheter ablation lesion size: cryo versus radiofrequency energy. Pacing Clin Electrophysiol. 2008 Mar; 31(3):300-7. PMID: 18307624.
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    53. Schutt DJ, Haemmerich D. Tumor ablation at low frequencies for preferential tumor heating: initial ex-vivo tissue studies. Annu Int Conf IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2008; 2008:238-41. PMID: 19162637.
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    54. Haemmerich D, Schutt DJ. Sequential activation of multiple grounding pads reduces skin heating during radiofrequency tumor ablation. Int J Hyperthermia. 2007 Nov; 23(7):555-66. PMID: 18038286.
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    55. Schramm W, Yang D, Wood BJ, Rattay F, Haemmerich D. Contribution of direct heating, thermal conduction and perfusion during radiofrequency and microwave ablation. Open Biomed Eng J. 2007 Sep 19; 1:47-52. PMID: 19662127.
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    56. O'Rourke AP, Haemmerich D, Prakash P, Converse MC, Mahvi DM, Webster JG. Current status of liver tumor ablation devices. Expert Rev Med Devices. 2007 Jul; 4(4):523-37. PMID: 17605688.
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    57. Schutt DJ, O'Rourke AP, Will JA, Webster JG, Mahvi DM, Haemmerich D. An electrode array that minimizes blood loss for radiofrequency-assisted hepatic resection. Med Eng Phys. 2008 May; 30(4):454-9. PMID: 17588799.
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    58. Meredith K, Haemmerich D, Qi C, Mahvi D. Hepatic resection but not radiofrequency ablation results in tumor growth and increased growth factor expression. Ann Surg. 2007 May; 245(5):771-6. PMID: 17457170.
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    59. Haemmerich D, Pilcher TA. Convective cooling affects cardiac catheter cryoablation and radiofrequency ablation in opposite directions. Annu Int Conf IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2007; 2007:1499-502. PMID: 18002251.
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    60. Wood BJ, Locklin JK, Viswanathan A, Kruecker J, Haemmerich D, Cebral J, Sofer A, Cheng R, McCreedy E, Cleary K, McAuliffe MJ, Glossop N, Yanof J. Technologies for guidance of radiofrequency ablation in the multimodality interventional suite of the future. J Vasc Interv Radiol. 2007 Jan; 18(1 Pt 1):9-24. PMID: 17296700.
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    61. Pilcher TA, Sanford AL, Saul JP, Haemmerich D. Convective cooling effect on cooled-tip catheter compared to large-tip catheter radiofrequency ablation. Pacing Clin Electrophysiol. 2006 Dec; 29(12):1368-74. PMID: 17201844.
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    62. Haemmerich D, Wood BJ. Hepatic radiofrequency ablation at low frequencies preferentially heats tumour tissue. Int J Hyperthermia. 2006 Nov; 22(7):563-74. PMID: 17079214.
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    63. Laeseke PF, Sampson LA, Haemmerich D, Brace CL, Fine JP, Frey TM, Winter TC, Lee FT. Multiple-electrode radiofrequency ablation creates confluent areas of necrosis: in vivo porcine liver results. Radiology. 2006 Oct; 241(1):116-24. PMID: 16928978.
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    64. Saul JP, Haemmerich D. Letter by Saul and Haemmerich regarding article "Comparison of electrode cooling between internal and open irrigation in radiofrequency ablation lesion depth and incidence of thrombus and steam pop". Circulation. 2006 Jun 27; 113(25):e936; author reply e937. PMID: 16801470.
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    65. Schramm W, Yang D, Haemmerich D. Contribution of direct heating, thermal conduction and perfusion during radiofrequency and microwave ablation. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2006; 2006:5013-6. PMID: 17946669.
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    66. Haemmerich D, Saul JP. Quantification of local convectional cooling during cardiac radiofrequency catheter ablation. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2006; 2006:6293-6. PMID: 17945951.
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    67. Schutt DJ, Haemmerich D. Sequential activation of multiple grounding pads reduces skin heating. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2006; 2006:675-8. PMID: 17945597.
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    68. Haemmerich D, Laeseke PF. Thermal tumour ablation: devices, clinical applications and future directions. Int J Hyperthermia. 2005 Dec; 21(8):755-60. PMID: 16338858.
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    69. Laeseke PF, Sampson LA, Haemmerich D, Brace CL, Fine JP, Frey TM, Winter TC, Lee FT. Multiple-electrode radiofrequency ablation: simultaneous production of separate zones of coagulation in an in vivo porcine liver model. J Vasc Interv Radiol. 2005 Dec; 16(12):1727-35. PMID: 16371542.
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    70. Pareek G, Wilkinson ER, Schutt D, Will JA, Warner TF, Haemmerich D, Mahvi D, Nakada SY. Haemostatic partial nephrectomy using bipolar radiofrequency ablation. BJU Int. 2005 Nov; 96(7):1101-4. PMID: 16225536.
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    71. da Rocha AF, dos Santos I, Nascimento FA, Melo MD, Haemmerich D, Valvano JW. Effects of the time response of the temperature sensor on thermodilution measurements. Physiol Meas. 2005 Dec; 26(6):885-901. PMID: 16311439.
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    72. Haemmerich D, Webster JG. Automatic control of finite element models for temperature-controlled radiofrequency ablation. Biomed Eng Online. 2005 Jul 14; 4:42. PMID: 16018811.
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    73. Haemmerich D, dos Santos I, Schutt DJ, Webster JG, Mahvi DM. In vitro measurements of temperature-dependent specific heat of liver tissue. Med Eng Phys. 2006 Mar; 28(2):194-7. PMID: 16002318.
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    74. Shah J, dos Santos I, Haemmerich D, Valvano JW. Instrument to measure the heat convection coefficient on the endothelial surface of arteries and veins. Med Biol Eng Comput. 2005 Jul; 43(4):522-7. PMID: 16255436.
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    75. Haemmerich D, Lee FT. Multiple applicator approaches for radiofrequency and microwave ablation. Int J Hyperthermia. 2005 Mar; 21(2):93-106. PMID: 15764353.
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    76. Haemmerich D, Schutt DJ, dos Santos I, Webster JG, Mahvi DM. Measurement of temperature-dependent specific heat of biological tissues. Physiol Meas. 2005 Feb; 26(1):59-67. PMID: 15742879.
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    77. Haemmerich D, Lee FT, Schutt DJ, Sampson LA, Webster JG, Fine JP, Mahvi DM. Large-volume radiofrequency ablation of ex vivo bovine liver with multiple cooled cluster electrodes. Radiology. 2005 Feb; 234(2):563-8. PMID: 15601891.
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    78. Lai YC, Choy YB, Haemmerich D, Vorperian VR, Webster JG. Lesion size estimator of cardiac radiofrequency ablation at different common locations with different tip temperatures. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng. 2004 Oct; 51(10):1859-64. PMID: 15490835.
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    79. Haemmerich D, Schutt DJ, Will JA, Striegel RM, Webster JG, Mahvi DM. A device for radiofrequency assisted hepatic resection. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2004; 2004:2503-6. PMID: 17270781.
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    80. Haemmerich D. Hepatic radiofrequency ablation--an overview from an engineering perspective. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc. 2004; 2004:5433-6. PMID: 17271575.
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    81. Consiglieri L, dos Santos I, Haemmerich D. Theoretical analysis of the heat convection coefficient in large vessels and the significance for thermal ablative therapies. Phys Med Biol. 2003 Dec 21; 48(24):4125-34. PMID: 14727756.
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    82. Nakada SY, Jerde TJ, Warner TF, Wright AS, Haemmerich D, Mahvi DM, Lee FT. Bipolar radiofrequency ablation of the kidney: comparison with monopolar radiofrequency ablation. J Endourol. 2003 Dec; 17(10):927-33. PMID: 14744366.
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    83. Lee FT, Haemmerich D, Wright AS, Mahvi DM, Sampson LA, Webster JG. Multiple probe radiofrequency ablation: pilot study in an animal model. J Vasc Interv Radiol. 2003 Nov; 14(11):1437-42. PMID: 14605110.
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    84. Haemmerich D, Staelin ST, Tsai JZ, Tungjitkusolmun S, Mahvi DM, Webster JG. In vivo electrical conductivity of hepatic tumours. Physiol Meas. 2003 May; 24(2):251-60. PMID: 12812412.
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    85. Haemmerich D, Wright AW, Mahvi DM, Lee FT, Webster JG. Hepatic bipolar radiofrequency ablation creates coagulation zones close to blood vessels: a finite element study. Med Biol Eng Comput. 2003 May; 41(3):317-23. PMID: 12803297.
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    86. Haemmerich D, Chachati L, Wright AS, Mahvi DM, Lee FT, Webster JG. Hepatic radiofrequency ablation with internally cooled probes: effect of coolant temperature on lesion size. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng. 2003 Apr; 50(4):493-500. PMID: 12723061.
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    87. Wright AS, Mahvi DM, Haemmerich DG, Lee FT. Minimally invasive approaches in management of hepatic tumors. Surg Technol Int. 2003; 11:144-53. PMID: 12931296.
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    88. Bin Choy Y, Cao H, Tungjitkusolmun S, Tsai JZ, Haemmerich D, Vorperian VR, Webster JG. Mechanical compliance of the endocardium. J Biomech. 2002 Dec; 35(12):1671-6. PMID: 12445621.
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    89. Haemmerich D, Tungjitkusolmun S, Staelin ST, Lee FT, Mahvi DM, Webster JG. Finite-element analysis of hepatic multiple probe radio-frequency ablation. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng. 2002 Aug; 49(8):836-42. PMID: 12148822.
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    90. Tsai JZ, Will JA, Hubbard-Van Stelle S, Cao H, Tungjitkusolmun S, Choy YB, Haemmerich D, Vorperian VR, Webster JG. In-vivo measurement of swine myocardial resistivity. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng. 2002 May; 49(5):472-83. PMID: 12002179.
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    91. Tsai JZ, Will JA, Hubbard-Van Stelle S, Cao H, Tungjitkusolmun S, Choy YB, Haemmerich D, Vorperian VR, Webster JG. Error analysis of tissue resistivity measurement. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng. 2002 May; 49(5):484-94. PMID: 12002180.
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    92. Tungjitkusolmun S, Haemmerich D, Cao H, Tsai JZ, Choy YB, Vorperian VR, Webster JG. Modeling bipolar phase-shifted multielectrode catheter ablation. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng. 2002 Jan; 49(1):10-7. PMID: 11794767.
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    93. Haemmerich D, Ozkan R, Tungjitkusolmun S, Tsai JZ, Mahvi DM, Staelin ST, Webster JG. Changes in electrical resistivity of swine liver after occlusion and postmortem. Med Biol Eng Comput. 2002 Jan; 40(1):29-33. PMID: 11954705.
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    94. Tungjitkusolmun S, Staelin ST, Haemmerich D, Tsai JZ, Webster JG, Lee FT, Mahvi DM, Vorperian VR. Three-Dimensional finite-element analyses for radio-frequency hepatic tumor ablation. IEEE Trans Biomed Eng. 2002 Jan; 49(1):3-9. PMID: 11797653.
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