during exposure, air temperature in the test area inside was maintained at 20 ± 3°C; body temperature did not increase by more than 0.5°C (changes ranged from -1.9 to +0.5°C), and body temperature was thus maintained within the normal range
to measure field uniformity, five cages were placed in the test area, and field strength was measured for 1 min at each of 24 points; SAR distribution for each caged mouse was calculated using a mouse phantom with 40 tissues and a voxel size of 1 mm
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