Biomedical Engineering: An International Symposium
Wen-Jei Yang, Chun-Jean Lee
Hemisphere Publishing Corporation, 1989 - Medical - 360 pages
Based upon the Second International Symposium on Biomedical Engineering held in Taiwan in June 1987, this book examines the current state of biomedical engineering, focussing on three key areas: musculoskeletal mechanics, the heart and circulation and bioheat/mass transport.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Predicting Physiological Events with Mathematical
Human Joint and Muscle Force Estimation
Modular Prosthetic System for Segmental Bone and Joint Replacement
18 other sections not shown
action potential analysis angiotensin aortic arterial pressure atrial baroreceptors bedrest Biomechanics Blomqvist blood flow velocity blood pressure blood volume body segment bone bridging veins Bungo cardiac cell Circulation clinical components concentration Convertino decreased degree HDT test dialysis distal diuresis Doppler dynamic effect equation evaluation experimental fiber Figure finite element fluid shift frequency function harmonic head-down heart hematocrit hemodialysis hemodynamic Hoffler human humerus hypertensive hyperthermia IMPHD implant increase joint LBNP left ventricular lesion lung measured mechanical restitution method motion muscle myocardial normal orthostatic orthostatic intolerance patients perfusion Physiol plasma viscosity platelet postflight prosthesis prosthetic proximal pulmonary pulse shape rats region renal resection responses restitution curve rotation shear rate shear stress simulated Skylab Space Environ space flight spinal cord stem subdural hematoma technique temperature thrombin thrombus tilt tissue tumor turbulence valve vascular venous vessels wall weightlessness