Sixth Biennial Conference of the European Society for Engineering and Medicine
N. D. Black
IOS Press, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 223 pages
The European Society for Engineering and Medicine is representative of both the engineering and medicine communities, with membership drawn across Europe. The aim of the society is to provide a bridge between the two communities to facilitate engineering solutions to medical problems. The ESEM 2001 conference had a real-world focus and scientific papers were selected on the basis of their clinical application. Contributors at the conference were worldwide to reflect the global relevance and significance of the topics. The papers reflect the three main tracks of the conference: health information systems; bioengineering; and medical instrumentation and imaging. Within each of these areas there are a number of sub-themes on a diverse range of topics, such as: tissue engineering and artificial organs; computers in medicine; and biomedical processing and modelling. This volume is a record of the oral and poster presentations made at the conference, with an overview of the conference structure and a list of keynote speakers.
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Volume 9 Numbers 12 2001
Health Information System abstracts
Medical Instrumentation Imaging abstracts
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