lec16 Photodynamic therapy

lec16 Photodynamic therapy - EE 480/580 Biomedical...

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1 Biomedical Electronics Lecture 16 EE 480/580
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2 Presentation topic: ______________________________ Date: __________ Content (25 points) ________ Title slide included the title of the talk, presenter’s name, affiliation? Introduction slides clearly explained the importance of the study/device? Technical approach was clearly described? Major findings and results were clearly presented and the explanation was given? I learned a lot and can explain main ideas presented? No jargon or unexplained acronyms?
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3 Organization (25 points) ________ Well prepared, well organized? Is level of treatment appropriate, not overly detailed nor too general? Is presentation easy to follow, smooth continuity? Structure followed assigned structure, sequence? Delivery (25 points) ________ Engaging presentation style, energetic, enthusiastic? Well practiced, rehearsed? No reading from notes (just speak to points on slides)? Clear, good volume and enunciation, no mumbling? Did not go over time (or significantly under)? Efficient, avoided stumbling, confusion, blank spots? Format (25 points) ________ Overheads not too busy, font large enough to read? Visuals (e.g., key screen shots) used supportively? Good use of graphics (e.g., diagrams), if appropriate? No misspellings, poor grammar, misuse of words? Total: ________ Comments:
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4 b Photodynamic Therapy
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5 Photodynamic therapy (PDT) is a treatment that uses a drug, called a photosensitizer or photosensitizing agent, and a particular type of light. When photosensitizers are exposed to a specific wavelength of light, they produce a form of oxygen that kills nearby cells. Photodynamic therapy (PDT)
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6 In the first step of PDT for cancer treatment, a photosensitizing agent is injected into the bloodstream. The agent is absorbed by cells all over the body but stays
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