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The Spinal Engine By Serge Gracovetsky
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This book deals with the human spine with particular emphasis on the lumbar spine. Human gait is traditionally believed to be the exclusive function of the legs. The book presents arguments and... More > data that challenge that belief. It proposes that the spine is the primary engine that makes us move. This engine, inherited from our fish ancestors, was never transferred to any extremities during our long evolutionary journey. From the theoretical and clinical analysis of the normal function of the spine, one can describe the changes that degrade its function. This forces us to define normality in terms of functionality, rather than anatomical perfection. A procedure for the objective measure of spinal function is proposed, and its clinical use discussed. A 35 minutes movie on the function of the spine in both MOV and WMV formats is included.< Less
Career Success Secrets for BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERS By Imtiaz Syed
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Biomedical Engineers Apply knowledge of engineering, biology, and biomechanical principles to the design, development, and evaluation of biological and health systems and products, such as artificial... More > organs, prostheses, instrumentation, medical information systems, and health management and care delivery systems. Sample of reported job titles: Biomedical Technician, Biomedical Equipment Technician (BMET), Biomedical Engineer, Biomedical Electronics Technician, Biomedical Engineering Technician, Research Engineer, Biomedical Manager, Clinical Engineer, Biomedical Engineering Director, Biomedical Engineering Supervisor< Less
Integrated Healthcare Information Systems - How to Re-Engineer Installed Systems By Larry Smith
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How to re-engineer installed healthcare information systems to take advantage of the latest advantages and systems including the electronic medical record EMR
Integrated Healthcare Information Systems - How to Re-Engineer Installed Systems By Larry Smith
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How to re-engineer installed healthcare information systems to take advantage of the latest advantages and systems including the electronic medical record EMR
Biomed: From the Student's Perspective By Carlos R. Villafañe
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The purpose of this book is to give the reader a general idea of what the Biomedical or "Clinical Engineering" Technical Field is about. Directed to Electronics/Biomedical students in very... More > easy to understand terms, with more than a hundred illustrations. It explains what a student will encounter when entering this specialized medical Field. This book is the English Translation of "Biomédica: Desde la Perspectiva del Estudiante", ISBN 978-0-615-24158-6.< Less
Death to Diabetes: Reverse Type 2 Diabetes in 10 Steps By DeWayne McCulley
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Provides health information from an ex-diabetic engineer to help Type 2 diabetes reverse their diabetes, based upon the 5 super foods and 200+ clinical studies.
Basic Aspects of Medical and Dental Lasers By Jeffrey G. Manni
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Basic Aspects of Medical and Dental Lasers provides tutorials for the non-laser-technical reader on the basic aspects of medical and dental lasers, laser delivery systems used in laser medicine and... More > surgery, and how laser light interacts with biological tissue. Use of mathematics is kept to an absolute minimum, and the math is simple. These tutorials are recommended reading by the Academy of Laser Dentistry for dentists and hygienists preparing for their certification exams. This book should also be of interest to students at all levels (high school, college, medical/dental school), clinical and administrative medical professionals, and medical device marketing professionals wanting a basic introduction to medical and dental lasers and how they are used clinically. Jeffrey G. Manni is a laser engineer who helps clients develop laser-based products and applications. He specializes in lasers for biomedical and biotechnology instrumentation, laser microscopy, and laser-based displays.< Less
Basic Aspects of Medical and Dental Lasers By Jeffrey G. Manni
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Basic Aspects of Medical and Dental Lasers provides tutorials for the non-laser-technical reader on the basic aspects of medical and dental lasers, laser delivery systems used in laser medicine and... More > surgery, and how laser light interacts with biological tissue. Use of mathematics is kept to an absolute minimum, and the math is simple. These tutorials are recommended reading by the Academy of Laser Dentistry for dentists and hygienists preparing for their certification exams. This book should also be of interest to students at all levels (high school, college, medical/dental school), clinical and administrative medical professionals, and medical device marketing professionals wanting a basic introduction to medical and dental lasers and how they are used clinically. Jeffrey G. Manni is a laser engineer who helps clients develop laser-based products and applications. He specializes in lasers for biomedical and biotechnology instrumentation, laser microscopy, and laser-based displays.< Less
Non Invasive Assessment Of Spinal Function By Serge Gracovetsky
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I spent a few years analyzing the normal function of the human spine. I summarized these findings in the first “Spinal Engine” book which I re edited in October 2008. I then addressed the... More > question raised by many clinicians: “So what from a clinical perspective?” The content of this book summarizes seven years of subsequent work collecting data related to the function of the normal and abnormal spine. A method for collecting data on the function of the spine with an expert system capable of reaching a function al diagnostic is presented together with a blinded study assessing the performance of both the technology and clinicians. That study demonstrated that there exists at least one set of measurable physiological parameters that can be used to separate objectively the normal from the abnormal. This opens the door for the design of automated triage systems for mechanical low back pain.< Less
Physico-mechanical Properties of Restorative Biomaterials: Theories and Experiments By George Toworfe, PhD
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Clinical usage of biomaterials became practical during the advent of aseptic surgical techniques. Earlier medical procedures involving usage of biomaterials were generally unsuccessful due to... More > infections and rejection by the host tissues. Problems associated with infections were exacerbated due to biocompatibility issues. Many biomedically engineered bone plates (biomaterials) failed as a result of lack of sophistication in their mechanical designs, since they were thin and were characterized by stress concentrations at vertices (if any). Experimental data discussed in this book analyses the characteristic properties of some of these biomaterials. Some of the theories, principles and their applications that are discussed in this book include the kinetics and theory of shrinkage; the phenomena and theory associated with thermal behaviour of materials and the models and viscoelastic theories. Chapter 6 outlines and discusses experimentally, the viscoelastic characteristic of human dentine.< Less