diathermal


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diathermal

(ˌdaɪəˈθɜːməl)
adj
of or relating to diathermy
another term for diathermanous
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If a system in diathermal contact with a heat reservoir is considered, the rate of energy dissipation can be calculated from the first two laws of thermodynamics and can be written as follows according to the deterministic formulation:
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In addition, the use of diathermy can have an adverse effect because diathermal energy transfer through the implanted system can cause tissue damage that can result in severe injury and death.