Table of contents for Fundamentals of bioMEMS and medical microdevices / Steven Saliterman.

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Contents
Preface
List of Acronyms
Chapter 1	Introduction to BioMEMS
1.1	What is BioMEMS?
1.2	Biomedical Applications
1.3	Biocompatibility
1.4	Reliability Considerations
1.5	Regulatory Considerations
1.6 	Education
1.7	Review Questions
1.8	References
Chapter 2	Silicon Microfabrication
2.1 	"Hard" Fabrication Considerations
2.2 	Lithography
2.3	Etching Methods
2.4 	Thin-Film Deposition Processes
2.5 	Ion Implantation
2.6	Wet-Bulk Surface Micromachining
2.7 	Dry-Bulk Surface Micromachining
2.8	HEXIL Process
2.9 	Electroplating
2.10	Substrate Bonding
2.11	Review Questions
2.12 	References
2.13	Suggested Reading
Chapter 3 	"Soft" Fabrication and Polymers
3.1	Introduction
3.2	Biomaterials
3.3 	"Soft" Lithography
3.4	Micromolding
3.5	Three-Dimensional Photopolymerization
3.6	Smart Polymers and Hydrogels
3.7	Nanomedicine
3.8	Thick-Film Technologies
3.9	Review Questions
3.10	References
3.11	Suggested Reading
Chapter 4	Polymer Materials
4.1	Polymers
4.2	Common Polymers in BioMEMS
4.3	Review Questions
4.4	References	
4.5	Suggested Reading
Chapter 5 	Microfluidic Principles
5.1 	Introduction
5.2	Transport Processes
5.3	Electrokinetic Phenomena
5.4	Microvalves
5.5	Micromixers
5.6	Micropumps
5.7	Review Questions
5.8	References
5.9	Suggested Reading	
Chapter 6 	Sensors Principles and Microsensors
6.1	Introduction
6.2	Fabrication
6.3 	Basic Sensors
6.4	Optical Fibers
6.5	Piezoelectricity and SAW Devices
6.6	Electrochemical Detection
6.7	Applications in Medicine
6.8	Review Questions
6.9	References
6.10	Suggested Reading
Chapter 7	Microactuators and Drug Delivery
7.1	Introduction
7.2	Activation Methods
7.3	Microactuators for Microfluidics
7.4	Equivalent Circuit Representation
7.5 	Drug Delivery 
7.6	Review Questions
7.7	References	
Chapter 8 	Clinical Laboratory Medicine
8.1	Introduction
8.2	Chemistry
8.3	Hematology
8.4	Immunology
8.5	Microbiology
8.6	Urinalysis
8.7	Coagulation Assays
8.8	Arterial Blood Gases
8.9	Review Questions
8.10	References
8.11	Suggested Reading
Chapter 9 	Micro-Total-Analysis Systems (µTAS)
9.1	Lab-on-a-Chip
9.2	Capillary Electrophoresis Arrays (CEA)
9.3	Cell, Molecule, and Particle Handling
9.4	Surface Modification
9.5	Microspheres
9.6	Cell-Based Bioassay Systems
9.7	Review Questions
9.8	References	
9.9	Suggested Reading
Chapter 10 	Detection and Measurement Methods
10.1	Introduction
10.2	Detection Schemes
10.3	Measurement Systems
10.4	Review Questions
10.5	References
10.6	Suggested Reading	
Chapter 11	Genomics and DNA Microarrays
11.1	Introduction to Genomics
11.2	Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)
11.3	Gene Expression Profiling
11.4	DNA Lab-on-a-Chip Devices
11.5	DNA Microarrays
11.6	Pharmacogenomics
11.7	Review Questions
11.8	References
Chapter 12 	Proteomics and Protein Microarrays
12.1	Introduction to Proteomics
12.2	Mass Spectrometry
12.3	Protein Lab-on-a-Chip (LOC) Devices
12.4	Protein Microarrays
12.5	Bioinformatics
12.6	Review Questions
12.7	References
12.8	Suggested Reading
Chapter 13	Emerging BioMEMS Technologies
13.1 	Introduction
13.2	Minimally Invasive Surgery
13.3	Point-of-Care Clinical Diagnosis
13.4	Cardiovascular
13.5	Diabetes
13.6	Endoscopy
13.7	Neurosciences
13.8	Oncology
13.9	Ophthalmology
13.10	Dermabrasion
13.11	Tissue Engineering
13.12	Cell-Based Biosensors
13.13	Homeland Security
13.14	Review Questions
13.15	References
13.16	Suggested Reading
Chapter 14	Packaging, Power, Data and RF Safety
14.1	Packaging	
14.2	Power Systems
14.3	Data Transmission
14.4	Radio Frequency (RF) Safety
14.5	Review Questions
14.6	References
14.7	Suggested Reading
Chapter 15 	Biocompatibility, FDA, and ISO 10993
15.1	Introduction
15.2	FDA Guidance
15.3	International Organization for Standardization
15.4	Cytotoxicity
15.5	Sensitization
15.6	Irritation
15.7	System Toxicity (Acute)
15.8	Subacute and Subchronic Toxicity
15.9	Genotoxicity
15.10	Implantation
15.11	Hemocompatibility
15.12	Chronic Toxicity
15.13	Carcinogenicity
15.14	Reproduction and Development
15.16	Biodegradation
15.17	Biocompatibility of Polymers
15.18	Biocompatibility of Other Materials
15.19	Review Questions
15.20	References
15.21	Suggested Reading
Glossary
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Nanotechnology.
Biotechnology.
Microelectromechanical systems.