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Biomedical engineering : concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications
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Biomedical engineering (Information Resources Management Association)
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Hershey, Pennsylvania (701 E. Chocolate Avenue, Hershey, Pennsylvania, 17033, USA) :

IGI Global,

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65 PDFs (3 volumes)
Volume I. Section 1. Fundamental concepts and theories. Chapter 1. Convergence of nNanotechnology and microbiology ; Chapter 2. A Brief insight into nanorobotics ; Chapter 3. Nanobiotechnology and therapeutics ; Chapter 4. The need for global standards in biomedical ethics and the qualitative methodology -- Section 2. Development and design methodologies. Chapter 5. Text mining on big and complex biomedical literature ; Chapter 6. Nucleic acids-based nanotechnology: engineering principals and applications ; Chapter 7. Modeling, mathematical and numerical studies of a new biventricular model for artificial heart powered by an electromagnet subjected to sinusoidal and square voltages ; Chapter 8. Population-based feature selection for biomedical data classification ; Chapter 9. Two-directional two-dimensional principal component analysis based on wavelet decomposition for high-dimensional biomedical signals classification ; Chapter 10. Creativity development through inquiry-based learning in biomedical sciences ; Chapter 11. Up-converting nanoparticles: promising markers for biomedical applications ; Chapter 12. Re-engineering a medical devices management software system: the web approach ; Chapter 13. NBIC-convergence and technoethics: common ethical perspective ; Chapter 14. Functional coatings for bone tissue engineering ; Chapter 15. Quality of service and radio management in biomedical wireless sensor networks ; Chapter 16. Baseline drift removal of ECG signal: comparative analysis of filtering techniques ; Chapter 17. Humsocial mean voice waveform analysis for categorization of healthy and Parkinson subjects -- Section 3. Tools and technologies. Chapter 18. Signal-adaptive analog-to-digital converters for ULP wearable and implantable medical devices: a survey ; Chapter 19. Biomechanical properties of the foot sole in diabetic mellitus patients: a preliminary study to understand ulcer formation ; Chapter 20. Mineralized nanofibers for bone tissue engineering -- Volume II. Chapter 21. Self-assembled biomimetic scaffolds for bone tissue engineering ; Chapter 22. A case study of a laboratory information system developed at the Institute for Cancer Research at Candiolo ; Chapter 23. Ventricular assist device and its necessity for elderly population ; Chapter 24. UMLS Semantic Network as a UML metamodel for improving biomedical ontology and application modeling ; Chapter 25. Uberveillance, standards, and anticipation: a case study on nanobiosensors in U.S. cattle ; Chapter 26. Unified wavelet transform analysis adapted to different biomedical applications ; Chapter 27. Biomedical watermarking: an emerging and secure tool for data security and better telediagnosis in modern health care system ; Chapter 28. Hybrid integration technology for wearable sensor systems ; Chapter 29. Information services to biomedical science through mobile technology applications ; Chapter 30. Parameter estimation of nonlinear biomedical systems using extended Kalman Filter Algorithm: development of patient specific models ; Chapter 31. Extending lifetime of biomedical wireless sensor networks using energy-aware routing and relay nodes ; Chapter 32. Robotics in surgical techniques robotics in surgical techniques: present and future trends ; Chapter 33. Searching bioinformatics information strategies for effective use of search engine ; Chapter 34. Smart technology for non invasive biomedical sensors to measure physiological parameters -- Section 4. Utilization and applications . Chapter 35. Applications of gold nanoparticles in cancer ; Chapter 36. Brain-computer interfaces for control of upper extremity neuroprostheses in individuals with high spinal cord injury ; Chapter 37. Biomedical applications of gold nanoparticles: recent advances and future prospects ; Chapter 38. Articulating biomaterials: surface engineering, tribology, and biocompatibility ; Chapter 39. Nanotechnology-based studies in systems biology ; Chapter 40. Nanotechnology for the management of respiratory disease ; Chapter 41. Nanomedicine as a newly emerging approach against Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis (MDRTB) -- Volume III. Chapter 42. Detection and conditioning of EMG ; Chapter 43. Setting priorities for the development of medicinal plants sector in J&K (Kashmir) and their progress towards nanotechnology ; Chapter 44. Laser additive manufacturing of titanium-based implants: a review ; Chapter 45. A review on noninvasive beat-to-beat systemic and pulmonary blood pressure estimation through surrogate cardiovascular signals ; Chapter 46. Bioinspired materials and biocompatibility ; Chapter 47. Intracellular behavior of nanoparticles based on their physicochemical properties ; Chapter 48. Personalized approach in nanomedicine: understanding adverse effects and their risk assessment ; Chapter 49. Optimized clustering techniques with special focus to biomedical datasets ; Chapter 50. Trends and new advances on wearable and mobile technologies for Parkinson's disease monitoring and assessment of motor symptoms: how new technologies can support Parkinson's disease ; Chapter 51. Therapeutic applications of nanobiomaterials ; Chapter 52. HOD2 MLC: hybrid ontology design and development model with lifecycle -- Section 5. Organizational and social implications. Chapter 53. Introduction to bio-inspired hydrogel and their application: hydrogels ; Chapter 54. Innovative teaching practice and assessment with technology applications in international biomedical engineering education ; Chaper 55. Nanotechnology and its use in tissue engineering ; Chapter 56. Information security-based nano- and bio-cryptography ; Chapter 57. Biomedical librarianship in the post-genomic era -- Section 6. Emerging trends. Chapter 58. Vaccine nanocarriers: the future ahead ; Chapter 59. Preclinical challenges and clinical target of nanomaterials in regenerative medicine ; Chapter 60. Recent advances in synthesis and biomedical applications of magnetic nanoparticles: magnetic nanoparticles for biomedical applications ; Chapter 61. Single electronics for biomedical applications
"This book is an authoritative reference source for emerging scholarly research on trends, techniques, and future directions in the field of biomedical engineering technologies. Highlighting a comprehensive range of topics such as nanotechnology, biomaterials, and robotics"--Provided by publisher.


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Technological tools and computational techniques have enhanced the healthcare industry. These advancements have led to significant progress and novel opportunities for biomedical engineering. Biomedical Engineering: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications is an authoritative reference source for emerging scholarly research on trends, techniques, and future directions in the field of biomedical engineering technologies. Highlighting a comprehensive range of topics such as nanotechnology, biomaterials, and robotics, this multi-volume book is ideally designed for medical practitioners, professionals, students, engineers, and researchers interested in the latest developments in biomedical technology.

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