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View Larger Image. Detailed artwork and photographs illustrate procedures and concepts. Objectives at the beginning of each chapter help readers to focus on key concepts. Numerous examples provide the opportunity to apply information and improve critical thinking skills. End-of-chapter summaries, quizzes, case studies, and glossary terms reinforce important topics. Introduction to Biomedical Instrumentation Systems. Anatomy and Physiology. Bio-Signal and Noise. Biomedical Electronics: Analog.
Biomedical Electronics: Digital. Biomedical Electrodes, Sensors and Transducers. Instrumentation in Diagnostic Cardiology. Defibrillators and Pacemakers. Instrumentation in Blood Circulation. Instrumentation in Extracorporeal Circulation and Assist Devices.
Instrumentation in Respiration. Artifacts and Noise in Medical Instrumentation. Instrumentation in Medical Ultrasound. Instrumentation in Medical Imaging. Fiber Optics and Lasers in Bioinstrumentation. Instrumentation in the Operating Room. Biomedical Laboratory Instrumentation. Medical Safety. Preventative Maintenance. Computers and Telemedicine. New Technologies in Medical Instrumentation. Printed Pages: Bookseller Inventory Synopsis: Paperback International Edition Same contents as in the US edition at Low Cost!!
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Biomedical Instrumentation Systems
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