Biomedical Engineering Theory And Practice

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Table of contents[edit]

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  1. Overview
  2. Introduction
  3. Physiological System
  4. Physiological Modeling and Simulation
  5. Bioelectric phenomena I
  6. Bioelectric phenomena(Application) II
  7. Neuro engineering
  8. Biomechanics I (Basis)
  9. Biomechanics II(Joint)
  10. Biomechanics III(Bone,Auditory System)
  11. Biomechanics IV(Heart,Heart valve,blood vessel,Artery,Venous Return)
  12. Biomechanics V(Blood flow,Hematocytes,Tissue/Lymphatic)
  13. Rehabilitation Engineering
  14. Biomaterials
  15. Oncology
  16. Medical Imaging & Analysis
  17. Biotechnology
  18. Biosensors & Biochips
  19. Health Informatics
  20. Clinical Engineering
  21. Ethics
  22. The Mathematical Tools: R quick reference for biomedical Engineering
  23. The Technological Tools
  24. Licensing
  25. Further reading

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