The biomedical engineering handbook /

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Edition:2nd ed.
Imprint:Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, c2000-
Description:v. <1- > : ill. ; 26 cm.
Language:English
Series:The electrical engineering handbook series
Electrical engineering handbook series.
Subject:Biomedical engineering -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Biomedical Engineering -- Handbooks.
Biomedical engineering.
Handbooks and manuals.
Format: E-Resource Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/4653358
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Other uniform titles:ENGnetBASE.
Other authors / contributors:Bronzino, Joseph D., 1937-
ISBN:084930461X (alk. paper)
0849304628 (v. 2)
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents:
  • Section I. Physiologic Systems
  • Historical Perspectives 1. Cardiac Pacing - Historical Highlights
  • 66. Magnetic Resonance Microscopy
  • 67. Positron-Emission Tomography (PET)
  • 67.1. Radiopharmaceuticals
  • 67.2. Instrumentation
  • 68. Electrical Impedance Tomography
  • 69. Medical Applications of Virtual Reality Technology
  • Section VIII. Medical Instruments and Devices
  • Introduction
  • 70. Biopotential Amplifiers
  • 71. Noninvasive Arterial Blood Pressure and Mechanics
  • Section II. Bioelectric Phenomena
  • 72. Cardiac Output Measurement
  • 73. Bioelectric Impedance Measurements
  • 74. Respiration
  • 75. Clinical Laboratory: Separation and Spectral Methods
  • 76. Clinical Laboratory: Nonspectral Methods and Automation
  • 77. Implantable Cardiac Pacemakers
  • 78. Implantable Stimulators for Neuromuscular Control
  • 79. External Defibrillators
  • 80. Implantable Defibrillators
  • 81. Electrosurgical Devices
  • Introduction
  • 82. Mechanical Ventilation
  • 83. Parenteral Infusion Devices
  • 84. Essentials of Anesthesia Delivery
  • 85. Biomedical Lasers
  • 86. Noninvasive Optical Monitoring
  • 87. Medical Instruments and Devices Used in the Home
  • 88. Virtual Instrumentation
  • Historical Perspectives 3. Recording of Action Potentials
  • Section IX. Biologic Effects of Nonionizing Electromagnetic Fields
  • Introduction
  • 8. Basic Electrophysiology
  • 89. Dielectric Properties of Tissues
  • 90. Low-Frequency Magnetic Fields: Dosimetry, Cellular, and Animal Effects
  • 91. Therapeutic Applications of Low-Frequency Sinusoidal and Pulsed Electric and Magnetic Fields
  • 92. Biologic Effects of Radiofrequency and Microwave Fields: In Vivo and In Vitro Experimental Results
  • 93. Radio Frequency Hyperthermia in Cancer Therapy
  • 94. Electroporation of Cells and Tissues
  • Appendix A. Basics of Blood Gas Instrumentation
  • Index
  • 9. Volume Conductor Theory
  • 10. The Electrical Conductivity of Tissues
  • 11. Membrane Models
  • 12. Numerical Methods for Bioelectric Field Problems
  • 13. Principles of Electrocardiography
  • 14. Principles of Electromyography
  • Introduction
  • 15. Principles of Electroencephalography
  • 16. Biomagnetism
  • 17. Electric Stimulation of Excitable Tissue
  • Section III. Biomechanics
  • Introduction
  • 18. Mechanics of Hard Tissue
  • 19. Mechanics of Blood Vessels
  • 20. Joint-Articulating Surface Motion
  • 21. Joint Lubrication
  • 22. Musculoskeletal Soft Tissue Mechanics
  • 1. An Outline of Cardiovascular Structure and Function
  • 23. Mechanics of Head/Neck
  • 24. Biomechanics of Chest and Abdomen Impact
  • 25. Analysis of Gait
  • 26. Exercise Physiology
  • 27. Factors Affecting Mechanical Work in Humans
  • 28. Cardiac Biodynamics
  • 29. Heart Valve Dynamics
  • 30. Arterial Macrocirculatory Hemodynamics
  • 31. Mechanics and Transport in the Microcirculation
  • 32. Mechanics and Deformability of Hematocytes
  • 2. Endocrine System
  • 33. The Venous System
  • 34. Mechanics of Tissue/Lymphatic Transport
  • 35. Cochlear Mechanics
  • 36. Vestibular Mechanics
  • Section IV. Biomaterials
  • Introduction
  • 37. Metallic Biomaterials
  • 38. Ceramic Biomaterials
  • 39. Polymeric Biomaterials
  • 40. Composite Biomaterials
  • 3. Nervous System
  • 41. Biodegradable Polymeric Biomaterials: An Updated Overview
  • 42. Biologic Biomaterials: Tissue-Derived Biomaterials (Collagen)
  • 43. Soft Tissue Replacements
  • 43.1. Blood Interfacing Implants
  • 43.2. Non-Blood-Interfacing Implants for Soft Tissues
  • 44. Hard Tissue Replacements
  • 44.1. Bone Repair and Joint Implants
  • 44.2. Dental Implants: The Relationship of Materials Characteristics to Biologic Properties
  • 45. Preservation Techniques for Biomaterials
  • 46. Hip Joint Prosthesis Fixation--Problems and Possible Solutions
  • 4. Vision System
  • Section V. Biomedical Sensors
  • Introduction
  • 47. Physical Measurements
  • 48. Biopotential Electrodes
  • 49. Electrochemical Sensors
  • 50. Optical Sensors
  • 51. Bioanalytic Sensors
  • Historical Perspectives 2. The Elecrocardiograph
  • Section VI. Biomedical Signal Analysis
  • Introduction
  • 5. Auditory System
  • 52. Biomedical Signals: Origin and Dynamic Characteristics; Frequency-Domain Analysis
  • 53. Digital Biomedical Signal Acquisition and Processing
  • 54. Compression of Digital Biomedical Signals
  • 55. Time-Frequency Signal Representations for Biomedical Signals
  • 56. Wavelet (Time-Scale) Analysis in Biomedical Signal Processing
  • 57. High-Order Spectral Analysis
  • 58. Neural Networks in Biomedical Signal Processing
  • 59. Complexity, Scaling, and Fractals in Biomedical Signals
  • 60. Future Directions: Biomedical Signal Processing and Networked Multimedia Communications
  • Section VII. Imaging
  • 6. The Gastrointestinal System
  • Introduction
  • 61. X-Ray
  • 61.1. X-Ray Equipment
  • 61.2. X-Ray Projection Angiography
  • 61.3. Mammography
  • 62. Computed Tomography
  • 62.1. Instrumentation
  • 62.2. Reconstruction Principles
  • 63. Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • 63.1. Acquisition and Processing
  • 7. Respiratory System
  • 63.2. Hardware/Instrumentation
  • 63.3. Functional MRI
  • 63.4. Chemical-Shift Imaging: An Introduction to Its Theory and Practice
  • 64. Nuclear Medicine
  • 64.1. Instrumentation
  • 64.2. SPECT (Single-Photon Emission Computed Tomography)
  • 65. Ultrasound
  • 65.1. Transducers
  • 65.2. Ultrasonic Imaging
  • 65.3. Blood Flow Measurement Using Ultrasound