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
  6. Bioelectric phenomena(Application)
  7. Neuro engineering
  8. BiomechanicsI (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 Technological Tools
  23. The Mathematical Tools: R quick reference for biomedical Engineering
    1. Introduction of R
    2. R Language
    3. R Programming
    4. R Graphics
  24. Licensing
  25. Further reading

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Acknowledgements[edit]

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