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Principles of Biomedical Instrumentation

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An up-to-date undergraduate text integrating microfabrication techniques, sensors and digital signal processing with clinical applications.

Principles of Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurement

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A contemporary text for preparing students to work with the complex patient-care equipment found in today's modern hospitals and clinics.

Principles of Medical Electronics and Biomedical Instrumentation

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The Principles of Biomedical Instrumentation

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Principles of Applied Biomedical Instrumentation

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Encyclopedia of Medical Devices and Instrumentation John G. Webster, Editor-in-Chief This comprehensive encyclopedia, the work of more than 400 contributors, includes 266 articles on devices and instrumentation that are currently or likely to be useful in medicine and biomedical engineering. The four volumes include 3,022 pages of text that concentrates on how technology assists the branches of medicine. The articles emphasize the contributions of engineering, physics, and computers to each of the general areas of medicine, and are designed not for peers, but rather for workers from related fields who wish to take a first look at what is important in the subject. Highly recommended for university biomedical engineering and medical reference collections, and for anyone with a science background or an interest in technology. Includes a 78-page index, cross-references, and high-quality diagrams, illustrations, and photographs. 1988 (0 471-82936-6) 4-Volume Set Introduction to Radiological Physics and Radiation Dosimetry Frank Herbert Attix provides complete and useful coverage of radiological physics. Unlike most treatments of the subject, it encompasses radiation dosimetry in general, rather than discussing only its applications in medical or health physics. The treatment flows logically from basics to more advanced topics. Coverage extends through radiation interactions to cavity theories and dosimetry of X-rays, charged particles, and neutrons. Several important subjects that have never been thoroughly analyzed in the literature are treated here in detail, such as charged-particle equilibrium, broad-beam attenuation and geometries, derivation of the Kramers X-ray spectrum, and the reciprocity theorem, which is also extended to the nonisotropic homogeneous case. 1986 (0 471-01146-0) 607 pp. Medical Physics John R. Cameron and James G. Skofronick This detailed text describes medical physics in a simple, straightforward manner. It discusses the physical principles involved in the control and functon of organs and organ systems such as the eyes, ears, lungs, heart, and circulatory system. There is also coverage of the application of mechanics, heat, light, sound, electricity, and magnetism to medicine, particularly of the various instruments used for the diagnosis and treatment of disease. 1978 (0 471-13131-8) 615 pp.

Principles of Applied Biomedical Instrumentation

Author : L. A. Geddes
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Encyclopedia of Medical Devices and Instrumentation John G. Webster, Editor-in-Chief This comprehensive encyclopedia, the work of more than 400 contributors, includes 266 articles on devices and instrumentation that are currently or likely to be useful in medicine and biomedical engineering. The four volumes include 3,022 pages of text that concentrates on how technology assists the branches of medicine. The articles emphasize the contributions of engineering, physics, and computers to each of the general areas of medicine, and are designed not for peers, but rather for workers from related fields who wish to take a first look at what is important in the subject. Highly recommended for university biomedical engineering and medical reference collections, and for anyone with a science background or an interest in technology. Includes a 78-page index, cross-references, and high-quality diagrams, illustrations, and photographs. 1988 (0 471-82936-6) 4-Volume Set Introduction to Radiological Physics and Radiation Dosimetry Frank Herbert Attix provides complete and useful coverage of radiological physics. Unlike most treatments of the subject, it encompasses radiation dosimetry in general, rather than discussing only its applications in medical or health physics. The treatment flows logically from basics to more advanced topics. Coverage extends through radiation interactions to cavity theories and dosimetry of X-rays, charged particles, and neutrons. Several important subjects that have never been thoroughly analyzed in the literature are treated here in detail, such as charged-particle equilibrium, broad-beam attenuation and geometries, derivation of the Kramers X-ray spectrum, and the reciprocity theorem, which is also extended to the nonisotropic homogeneous case. 1986 (0 471-01146-0) 607 pp. Medical Physics John R. Cameron and James G. Skofronick This detailed text describes medical physics in a simple, straightforward manner. It discusses the physical principles involved in the control and functon of organs and organ systems such as the eyes, ears, lungs, heart, and circulatory system. There is also coverage of the application of mechanics, heat, light, sound, electricity, and magnetism to medicine, particularly of the various instruments used for the diagnosis and treatment of disease. 1978 (0 471-13131-8) 615 pp.

BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION AND MEASUREMENTS

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Designed as a text for the undergraduate students of instrumentation, electrical, electronics and biomedical engineering, it covers the entire range of instruments and their measurement methods used in the medical field. The functions of the biomedical instruments and measurement methods are presented keeping in mind those students who have minimum required knowledge of human physiology. The purpose of this book is to review the principles of biomedical instrumentation and measurements employed in the hospital industry. Primary emphasis is laid on the method rather than micro level mechanism. This book serves two purposes: One is to explain the mechanism and functional details of human body, and the other is to explain how the biological signals of human body can be acquired and used in a successful manner. KEY FEATURES : More than 180 illustrations throughout the book. Short questions with answers at the end of each chapter. Chapter-end exercises to reinforce the understanding of the subject.

Handbook of Biomedical Instrumentation

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The Handbook of Biomedical Instrumentation describes the physiological basis and engineering principles of various electromedical equipment. It also includes information on the principles of operation and the performance parameters of a wide range of instruments.This comprehensive handbook covers:Recording and monitoring instrumentsMeasurement and analysis techniquesModern imaging systemsTherapeutic equipmentThe revised edition has been thoroughly updated taking into consideration the technological innovations and the introduction of new and improved methods of medical diagnosis and treatment

BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION AND MEASUREMENTS 2nd Ed

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Designed as a text for the undergraduate students of instrumentation, electrical, electronics and biomedical engineering, the second edition of the book covers the entire range of instruments and their measurement methods used in the medical field. The functions of the biomedical instruments and measurement methods are presented keeping in mind those students who have minimum required knowledge of human physiology. The purpose of this book is to review the principles of biomedical instrumentation and measurements employed in the hospital industry. Primary emphasis is laid on the method rather than micro level mechanism. This book serves two purposes: One is to explain the mechanism and functional details of human body, and the other is to explain how the biological signals of human body can be acquired and used in a successful manner. New to the second edition • The chapters of the book have been reorganized so that the students can understand the concepts in a systematic manner. • The chapter on Bioelectric Potentials and Transducers has been divided into three new chapters on Transducers for Biomedical Applications, Bioelectric Potential andElectrodes and some new sections are also included in these chapters. • A few sections have also been added to the chapter titled Electrical Safety of Medical Equipment and Patients.

Principles of Biomedical Engineering Second Edition

Author : Sundararajan Madihally
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This updated edition of an Artech House classic introduces readers to the importance of engineering in medicine. Bioelectrical phenomena, principles of mass and momentum transport to the analysis of physiological systems, the importance of mechanical analysis in biological tissues/ organs and biomaterial selection are discussed in detail. Readers learn about the concepts of using living cells in various therapeutics and diagnostics, compartmental modeling, and biomedical instrumentation. The book explores fluid mechanics, strength of materials, statics and dynamics, basic thermodynamics, electrical circuits, and material science. A significant number of numerical problems have been generated using data from recent literature and are given as examples as well as exercise problems. These problems provide an opportunity for comprehensive understanding of the basic concepts, cutting edge technologies and emerging challenges. Describing the role of engineering in medicine today, this comprehensive volume covers a wide range of the most important topics in this burgeoning field. 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.

Principles of Transducers Biomedical Instrumentation

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In recent years, Principles of Transducers & Biomedical Instrumentation are being used extensively in sensor, Electronics measurements and Instrumentation and signal processing research and many other things. This rapid progress in Electronic Measurement & Instrumentation has created an increasing demand for trained Electronics Engineering personnel. This book is intended for the undergraduate and postgraduate students specializing in Electronics Engineering. It will also serve as reference material for engineers employed in industry. The fundamental concepts and principles behind electronics engineering are explained in a simple, easy- to- understand manner. Each chapter contains a large number of solved example or problem which will help the students in problem solving and designing of Electronic Measurement & Instrumentation. This text book is organized into six chapters. Chapter 0: Biomedical Engineers Who Shaped the Medical Equipment Chapter 1: Transducers and Its ApplicationsChapter -2: Sensors and Its ApplicationsChapter-3: Basics of Operational Amplifier & Instrumentation AmplifierChapter-4: Telemetry & Data Acquisition System Chapter-5: Intelligent Instruments Using Microcontroller and Its ApplicationsChapter-6: Biomedical InstrumentationThe book Principles of Transducers & Biomedical Instrumentation is written to cater to the needs of the undergraduate courses in the discipline of Electronics & Communication Engineering, Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering, Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Instrumentation and Control Engineering and postgraduate students specializing in Electronics, Control Engineering. It will also serve as reference material for engineers employed in industry. The fundamental concepts and principles behind Electronic Measurement & Instrumentation are explained in a simple, easy- to- understand manner. Salient Features*Detailed coverage of Instrumentation, Measurement, Transducers and It's Applications and Sensors & It's Applications*Detailed coverage of Basics of Operational Amplifier & Instrumentation Amplifier, Telemetry & Data Acquisition System, Intelligent Instruments Using Microcontroller & Its Applications and Biomedical Instrumentation*Each chapter contains a large number of solved example or objective type's problem which will help the students in problem solving and designing of Electronic Measurement & Instrumentation system. *Clear perception of the various problems with a large number of neat, well drawn and illustrative diagrams. *Simple Language, easy- to- understand manner. I do hope that the text book in the present form will meet the requirement of the students doing graduation in Electronics & Communication Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering and Electrical & Electronics Engineering. I shall appreciate any suggestions from students and faculty members alike so that we can strive to make the text book more useful in the edition to come.

INTRODUCTION TO BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION

Author : MANDEEP SINGH
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Primarily intended as a textbook for the undergraduate students of Instrumentation, Electronics, and Electrical Engineering for a course in biomedical instrumentation as part of their programmes. The book presents a detailed introduction to the fundamental principles and applications of biomedical instrumentation. The book familiarizes the students of engineering with the basics of medical science by explaining the relevant medical terminology in simple language. Without presuming prior knowledge of human physiology, it helps the students to develop a substantial understanding of the complex processes of functioning of the human body. The mechanisms of all major biomedical instrumentation systems—ECG, EEG, CT scanner, MRI machine, pacemaker, dialysis machine, ultrasound imaging machine, laser lithotripsy machine, defibrillator, and plethysmograph—are explained comprehensively. A large number of illustrations are provided throughout the book to aid in the development of practical understanding of the subject matter. Chapter-end review questions help in testing the students’ grasp of the underlying concepts. The second edition of the book incorporates detailed explanations to action potential supported with illustrative example and improved figure, ionic action of silver-silver chloride electrode, and isolation amplifiers. It also includes mathematical treatment to ultrasonic transit time flowmeters. A method to find approximate axis of heart and image reconstruction in CT scan is explained with simple examples. A topic on MRI has been simplified for clear understanding and a new section on Positron Emission Tomography (PET), which is an emerging tool for cancer detection, has been introduced.

Principles of Biomedical Instrumentation and Monitoring

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Principles of Measurement and Transduction of Biomedical Variables

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Principles of Measurement and Transduction of Biomedical Variables is a comprehensive text on biomedical transducers covering the principles of functioning, application examples and new technology solutions. It presents technical and theoretical principles to measure biomedical variables, such as arterial blood pressure, blood flow, temperature and CO2 concentration in exhaled air and their transduction to an electrical variable, such as voltage, so they can be more easily quantified, processed and visualized as numerical values and graphics. The book includes the functioning principle, block diagram, modelling equations and basic application of different transducers, and is an ideal resource for teaching measurement and transduction of biomedical variables in undergraduate and postgraduate biomedical engineering programs. Will help you to understand the design and functioning of biomedical transducers through practical examples and applied information Covers MEMS and laser sensors Reviews the range of devices and techniques available plus the advantages and shortcomings for each transducer type

Handbook of Biomedical Instrumentation Second Edition

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The Handbook of Biomedical Instrumentation describes the physiological basis and engineering principles of various electromedical equipment. It also includes information on the principles of operation and the performance parameters of a wide range of instruments. This comprehensive handbook covers: Recording and monitoring instruments Measurement and analysis techniques Modern imaging systems Therapeutic equipment The revised edition has been thoroughly updated taking into consideration the technological innovations and the introduction of new and improved methods of medical diagnosis and treatment

Compendium of Biomedical Instrumentation 3 Volume Set

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The field of medical instrumentation is inter-disciplinary, having interest groups both in medical and engineering professions. The number of professionals associated directly with the medical instrumentation field is increasing rapidly due to intensive penetration of medical instruments in the health care sector. In addition, the necessity and desire to know about how instruments work is increasingly apparent. Most dictionaries/encyclopedias do not illustrate properly the details of the bio-medical instruments which can add to the knowledge base of the person on those instruments. Often, the technical terms are not covered in the dictionaries. Unless there is a seamless integration of the physiological bases and engineering principles underlying the working of a wide variety of medical instruments in a publication, the curiosity of the reader will not be satisfied. The purpose of this book is to provide an essential reference which can be used both by the engineering as well as medical communities to understand the technology and applications of a wide range of medical instruments. The book is so designed that each medical instrument/ technology will be assigned one or two pages, and approximately 450 medical instruments are referenced in this edition.

Biomedical Instrumentation Systems

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Learn to maintain and repair the high tech hospital equipment with this practical, straightforward, and thorough new book. Biomedical Instrumentation Systems uses practical medical scenarios to illustrate effective equipment maintenance and repair procedures. Additional coverage includes basic electronics principles, as well as medical device and safety standards. Designed to provide readers with the most current industry information, the latest medical websites are referenced, and today's most popular software simulation packages like MATLAB and MultiSIM are utilized. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Principles of Biomedical Engineering Second Edition

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This updated edition of an Artech House classic introduces readers to the importance of engineering in medicine. Bioelectrical phenomena, principles of mass and momentum transport to the analysis of physiological systems, the importance of mechanical analysis in biological tissues/ organs and biomaterial selection are discussed in detail. Readers learn about the concepts of using living cells in various therapeutics and diagnostics, compartmental modeling, and biomedical instrumentation. The book explores fluid mechanics, strength of materials, statics and dynamics, basic thermodynamics, electrical circuits, and material science. A significant number of numerical problems have been generated using data from recent literature and are given as examples as well as exercise problems. These problems provide an opportunity for comprehensive understanding of the basic concepts, cutting edge technologies and emerging challenges. Describing the role of engineering in medicine today, this comprehensive volume covers a wide range of the most important topics in this burgeoning field. 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.

Transducers for Biomedical Measurements Principles and Applications

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Biomedical Instrumentation

Author : Marvin D. Weiss
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