Publisher description for Biomedical engineering fundamentals / edited by Joseph D. Bronzino.

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Already referred to as the "bible" of biomedical engineering, the third edition of The Biomedical Engineering Handbook is even more vast in its scope and depth than the previous two editions. Ranging from the theoretical to state-of-the-art applications, this edition includes so much new and updated material that it has expanded from two volumes into a three-volume set. The first volume, Biomedical Engineering Fundamentals, builds a strong foundation in the underlying concepts of biomedical engineering. It includes updated coverage of physiologic systems, bioelectric phenomena, biomechanics, biomaterials, physiologic modeling, and ethics. This book also includes a new section on neuroengineering.

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Biomedical engineering.