Principles of Biomedical Engineering
Describing the role of engineering in medicine today, this comprehensive volume covers a wide range of the most important topics in this burgeoning field. Supported with over 145 illustrations, the book discusses bioelectrical systems, mechanical analysis of biological tissues and organs, biomaterial selection, compartmental modeling, and biomedical instrumentation. Moreover, you find a thorough treatment of the concept of using living cells in various therapeutics and diagnostics. Structured as a complete text for students with some engineering background, the book also makes a valuable reference for professionals new to the bioengineering field. This authoritative textbook features numerous exercises and problems in each chapter to help ensure a solid understanding of the material.
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Chapter 2 Biotransport
Chapter 3 Bioelectrical Phenomena
Chapter 4 Biofluid Flow
Chapter 5 Biomechanics
Chapter 6 Biomaterials
Chapter 7 Cellular Engineering
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