The Biomedical Engineering Handbook

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Joseph D. Bronzino
CRC-Press, Jun 7, 1995 - Computers - 2862 pages
The Biomedical Engineering Handbook contains comprehensive information on every aspect of biomedical engineering. This singular text reflects the current perception of the field, encompassing emerging and expanding disciplines of investigation and application. It includes a complete review of the major physiological systems and presents current and accepted practices involving bioelectric phenomena, biomechanics, biomaterials, biosensors, biomedical signal analysis, imaging, medical instruments and devices, biological effects of nonionizing electromagnetic fields, biotechnology, tissue engineering, prostheses and artificial organs, rehabilitation engineering, human performance engineering, physiological modeling, clinical engineering, medical informatics, and artificial intelligence.
The Biomedical Engineering Handbook, an indispensable source of information about the design, developments, and use of medical technology to diagnose and treat patients, serves engineers, medical device and instrumentation manufacturers, and biomedical engineering faculty members and academic departments.
Edited by one of the pioneers and leaders in biomedical engineering research, education, and bioethics, The Biomedical Engineering Handbook features:

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Contents

Physiologic Systems
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Leslie A Geddes
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Antisense Technology Joseph M Le Doux Jeffrey R Morgan
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