Within the domain of thermal therapy, external electromagnetic devices are exclusively used to apply hyperthermia (i.e., inducing temperatures in the range of 40-45°C for durations of 60-90 minutes). Heating tissue involves complex technology whereby the attained tissue temperature is aected by the temperature-dependent physiological response of the tissue. Moreover, thermal goals for hyperthermia (HT) are complicated as hyperthermia causes a multitude of dierent biological eects on tissue, which are both time and temperature dependent.