Biomedical Engineering Theory And Practice/Chapters Description< Biomedical Engineering Theory And Practice
This page should be some sort of a detailed outline for the rest of the book. It should also focus on the best approach for reading this book. It should also be emphasized that the reading order is totally arbitrary and that each chapter is self-contained. Chapters are linking between each other especially to point out necessary tools.
- 1 Chapter # 1 Introduction
- 2 Chapter # 2 Biomedical Instrumentation:
- 3 Chapter # 3 Physiological Modeling and Simulation:
- 4 Chapter # 4 Bioelectric phenomena:
- 5 Chapter # 5 Neuro engineering
- 6 Chapter # 6 Biomechanics:
- 7 Chapter # 7 Rehabilitation:
- 8 Chapter # 8 Biomaterials
- 9 Chapter # 9 Oncology
- 10 Chapter # 10 Medical Imaging & Analysis
- 11 Chapter # 11 Biosensors and biochips:
- 12 Chapter # 12Biotechnology:
- 13 Chapter # 13 Medical Informatics:
- 14 Chapter # 14 Clinical Engineering:
Chapter # 1 IntroductionEdit
1.1 What is biomedical engineering?
1.2 A very brief history biomedical engineering.
1.3 The state of the art.: a broad look at things.
1.4 Opportunities for growth.
Chapter # 2 Biomedical Instrumentation:Edit
2.1 The role of instrumentation in biomedical engineering.
2.2 a very swift review of basic electronics:
Charge, Current, Voltage, Power, Energy, Resistance
Kirchhoff ’s Law's, Resistors in Series and Parallel
Voltage and Current Divider Rules
Linear Network Analysis: Nodal Mesh etc
Thevenin’s and Norton’s Theorems
Inductors, Capacitors & Combinations
2.3 Bioinstrumentation specific stuff:
Amplifiers for Biopotential
Time Variant Signals & Phasors
Passive & Active Filters
Waveform Generators for testing
Signal analysis and software
Chapter # 3 Physiological Modeling and Simulation:Edit
Chapter # 4 Bioelectric phenomena:Edit
Chapter # 5 Neuro engineeringEdit
Chapter # 6 Biomechanics:Edit
6.1 A very breif reveiw of basic mechanics:
Vectors and kinimatics,Force and Motion, Kinetic and Potential Energy and Work, Conservation of Energy, Energy Absorption, Center of Mass and Linear & Angular Momentum, Rotation, Torque, and Elasticity,Axial Stress and Strain Shear Stress, Bending, Torsion,Failure Under Load,
6.2 Cellular Biomechanics
6.3 Mechanics of Hard &Soft Tissue Tissues
6.4.1 mechanics of the Musculoskeletal & digestive systems
6.4.2 Joint Surface & Lubrication
6.4.3 Analysis of Gait and movement
6.5 Mechanics of the cardiovascular,Lymphatic, andrespiratory systems
6.6 Mechanics of the innner ear