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♥♥♥ ” INTRODUCTION TO BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING “
By John Denis Enderle, Joseph D. Bronzino, Susan M. Blanchard
Edition: 2, illustrated
Academic Press, 2005
ISBN 0122386620, 9780122386626
1118 pages

DESCRIPTION
Introduction to Biomedical Engineering, Second Edition provides a historical perspective of the major developments in the biomedical field. Also contained within are the fundamental principles underlying biomedical engineering design, analysis, and modeling procedures. The numerous examples, drill problems and exercises are used to reinforce concepts and develop problem-solving skills making this book an invaluable tool for all biomedical students and engineers.

Medical devices are often complex and while there are differences in design, the principles of operation and more importantly the physiological and anatomical characteristics on which they operate are universal.

Introduction to Biomedical Engineering Technology explains the uses and applications of medical technology and the principles of medical equipment management in order to familiarize students with their prospective work environment. The book describes the technological devices, various hardware, tools, and test equipment used in today’s healthcare arena. Photographs of representative equipment, the technical and physiological anatomical basis or their function, and where they are commonly found in hospitals are detailed for many biomedical devices, ranging from defibrillators to electrosurgery units. The text includes appendices that supply practical information, such as normal medical values, regulations concerning medical devices, and information on different educational tracks. Introduction to Biomedical Engineering Technology supplies and essential overview of clinical equipment and the devices that are used directly with patients in the course of their care for diagnostic or treatment purposes. The author’s practical approach and organization, detailing specific functions of everyday use, prepares students for situations they will encounter on the job. A solutions manual that contains problem sets is available upon adoption.

CONTENTS

1 BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE 1
1.1 Evolution of the Modern Health Care System 2
1.2 The Modern Health Care System 10
1.3 What Is Biomedical Engineering? 17
1.4 Roles Played by Biomedical Engineers 23
1.5 Professional Status of Biomedical Engineering 24
1.6 Professional Societies 26
Exercises 28
References and Suggested Reading 29

2 MORAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES 31
2.1 Morality and Ethics: A Definition of Terms 33
2.2 Two Moral Norms: Beneficence and Nonmaleficence 40
2.3 Redefining Death 41
2.4 The Terminally Ill Patient and Euthanasia 45
2.5 Taking Control 49
2.6 Human Experimentation 49
2.7 Definition and Purpose of Experimentation 51
2.8 Informed Consent 53
2.9 Regulation of Medical Device Innovation 59
2.10 Marketing Medical Devices 61
2.11 Ethical Issues in Feasibility Studies 63
2.12 Ethical Issues in Emergency Use 65
2.13 Ethical Issues in Treatment Use 68
2.14 The Role of the Biomedical Engineer in the FDA Process 69
Exercises 70
Suggested Reading 71

3 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY 73
3.1 Introduction 74
3.2 Cellular Organization 76
3.3 Tissues 92
3.4 Major Organ Systems 94
3.5 Homeostasis 119
Exercises 121
Suggested Reading 125

4 BIOMECHANICS 127
4.1Introduction 128
4.2Basic Mechanics 131
4.3Mechanics of Materials 151
4.4Viscoelastic Properties 159
4.5Cartilage, Ligament, Tendon, and Muscle 163
4.6 Clinical Gait Analysis 169
4.7 Cardiovascular Dynamics 186
Exercises 207
Suggested Reading 209

5 REHABILITATION ENGINEERING AND ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY 211
5.1 Introduction 212
5.2 The Human Component 218
5.3 Principles of Assistive Technology Assessment 224
5.4 Principles of Rehabilitation Engineering 227
5.5 Practice of Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology 239
Exercises 243
Suggested Reading 252

6 BIOMATERIALS 255
6.1 Materials in Medicine: From Prosthetics to Regeneration 256
6.2 Biomaterials: Properties, Types, and Applications 258
6.3 Lessons from Nature on Biomaterial Design and Selection 276
6.4 Tissue–Biomaterial Interactions 281
6.5 Guiding Tissue Repair with Bio-Inspired Biomaterials 290
6.6 Safety Testing and Regulation of Biomaterials 296
6.7 Application-Specific Strategies for the Design and Selection ofBiomaterials 301
Exercises 310
Suggested Reading 311

7 TISSUE ENGINEERING 313
7.1 What Is Tissue Engineering? 314
7.2 Biological Considerations 331
7.3 Physical Considerations 360
7.4 Scaling Up 382
7.5 Implementation of Tissue Engineered Products 386
7.6 Future Directions: Functional Tissue Engineering and the‘‘-Omics’’ Sciences 390
7.7 Conclusions 393
7.8 Glossary 393
Exercises 395
Suggested Reading 400

8 BIOINSTRUMENTATION 403
8.1 Introduction 404
8.2 Basic Bioinstrumentation System 407
8.3 Charge, Current, Voltage, Power, and Energy 408
8.4 Resistance 415
8.5 Linear Network Analysis 425
8.6 Linearity and Superposition 432
8.7 The evenin’s Theorem 436
8.8 Inductors 439
8.9 Capacitors 442
8.10 A General Approach to Solving Circuits Involving Resistors, Capacitors, and Inductors 446
8.11 Operational Amplifiers 455
8.12 Time-Varying Signals 468
8.13 Active Analog Filters 474
8.14 Bioinstrumentation Design 484
Exercises 487
Suggested Reading 504

9 BIOMEDICAL SENSORS 505
9.1 Introduction 506
9.2 Biopotential Measurements 508
9.3 Physical Measurements 513
9.4 Blood Gases and pH Sensors 527
9.5 Bioanalytical Sensors 536
9.6 Optical Biosensors 539
Exercises 545
Suggested Reading 548

10 BIOSIGNAL PROCESSING 549
10.1Introduction 550
10.2Physiological Origins of Biosignals 551
10.3Characteristics of Biosignals 554
10.4 Signal Acquisition 557
10.5 Frequency Domain Representation of Biological Signals 562
10.6 Linear Systems 584
10.7 Signal Averaging 597
10.8 Wavelet Transform and Short-Time Fourier Transform 605
10.9 Artificial Intelligence Techniques 612
Exercises 619
Suggested Reading 624

11 BIOELECTRIC PHENOMENA 627 11.1 Introduction 628
11.2 History 629
11.3 Neurons 637
11.4 Basic Biophysics Tools and Relationships 642
11.5 Equivalent Circuit Model for the Cell Membrane 653
11.6 Hodgkin–Huxley Model of the Action Potential 664
11.7 Model of the Whole Neuron 680
Exercises 684
Suggested Reading 690

12 PHYSIOLOGICAL MODELING 693
12.1 Introduction 694
12.2 Compartmental Modeling 698
12.3 An Overview of the Fast Eye Movement System 723
12.4 Westheimer Saccadic Eye Movement Model 728
12.5 The Saccade Controller 735
12.6 Development of an Oculomotor Muscle Model 738
12.7 A Linear Muscle Model 751
12.8 A Linear Homeomorphic Saccadic Eye Movement Model 757
12.9 A Truer Linear Homeomorphic Saccadic Eye Movement Model 76312.10
System Identification 773
Exercises 788
Suggested Reading 797

13 GENOMICS AND BIOINFORMATICS 799
13.1 Introduction 800
13.2 Core Laboratory Technologies 804
13.3 Core Bioinformatics Technologies 812
13.4 Conclusion 828
Exercises 829
Suggested Reading 830

14 COMPUTATIONAL CELL BIOLOGY AND COMPLEXITY 833
14.1 Computational Biology 834
14.2 The Modeling Process 835
14.3 Bionetworks 846
14.4 Introduction to Complexity Theory 849
Exercises 852
Suggested Readings 854

15 RADIATION IMAGING 857
15.1 Introduction 858
15.2 Emission Imaging Systems 859
15.3 Instrumentation and Imaging Devices 876
15.4 Radiographic Imaging Systems 882
Exercises 902
Suggested Reading 904

16 MEDICAL IMAGING 905
16.1 Introduction 906
16.2 Diagnostic Ultrasound Imaging 908
16.3 Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) 940
16.4 Comparison of Imaging Modes 969
Exercises 972
Suggested Reading 975

17 BIOMEDICAL OPTICS AND LASERS 977
17.1 Introduction to Essential Optical Principles 979
17.2 Fundamentals of Light Propagation in Biological Tissue 985
17.3 Physical Interaction of Light and Physical Sensing 997
17.4 Biochemical Measurement Techniques Using Light 1006
17.5 Fundamentals of Photothermal Therapeutic Effects of Lasers 1015
17.6 Fiber Optics and Waveguides in Medicine 1026
17.7 Biomedical Optical Imaging 1033
Exercises 1039
Suggested Reading 1042
Appendix 1045
Index 1085

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2-BE-005-J.D.Bronzino_The Biomedical Engineering Handbook
(2nd Ed-CRC 2000),Ebook pdf40.56 MB

PaperBook Hardcover: 2896 pages
Publisher: CRC; 1 edition (June 7, 1995)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0849383463
ISBN-13: 978-0849383465

Editorial Reviews
Review
This book, spanning almost three thousand pages with excellent diagrams, is for the serious student of biomechanics – covering every aspect of the field of bio-engineering.
The Swedish Medical and Electrotherapy Journal, March 1995

Product Description
The first handbook ever written for the biomedical engineering field, this text contains comprehensive information on every aspect of biomedical engineering. It reflects the current perception of the field as one that encompasses emerging and expanding disciplines of investigation and application. It includes a complete review of the major physiological systems and accepted practices.

About the Author
Bronzino; Joseph D. Trinity College, West Hartford, Connecticut, USA.

Customer Reviews
This handbook provides the reader with an excellent overview of what Biomedical Engineering is and what are the trend that we can expect in the future.The handbook covers 18 different sections, each one containing about 6 different topics. At the beginning of each section there is a short explanation of the main issues that will be covered.

Although the Handbook will not be useful for an expert in one of the topics, it will certainly be useful to explore different areas in Biomedical Engineering for professionals, or students who need a brief but concise and depth analysis for a particular topic.

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