Principles of Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurement

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Merrill Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1990 - Medical - 558 pages
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A contemporary new text for preparing students to work with the complex patient-care equipment found in today's modern hospitals and clinics. It begins by presenting fundamental prerequisite concepts of electronic circuit theory, medical equipment history and physiological transducers, as well as a systematic approach to troubleshooting. The text then goes on to offer individual chapters on common and speciality medical equipment, both diagnostic and therapeutic. Self-contained, these chapters can be used in any order, to fit the instructor's class goals and syllabus.

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Contents

A Perspective on Medical Instrumentation
1
The Origin of Biopotentials
38
References
56
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Elizabeth Aston is a passionate Jane Austen fan who studied with Austen biographer Lord David Cecil at Oxford. The author of several novels, including "Mr. Darcy's Daughters", she lives in England and Italy.

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