Known as the bible of biomedical engineering, The Biomedical Engineering Handbook, Fourth Edition, sets the standard against which all other references of this nature are measured. As such, it has served as a major resource for both skilled professionals and novices to biomedical engineering.Biomedical Engineering Fundamentals, the first volume of

chapter 1|14 pages

An Outline of Cardiovascular Structure and Function

ByDaniel J. Schneck

chapter 2|20 pages

Kidney Structure and Physiology

ByJoel M. Henderson and Mostafa Belghasem

chapter 3|16 pages

Nervous System

ByEvangelia Micheli-Tzanakou

chapter 4|12 pages

Vision System

ByAaron P. Batista and George D. Stetten

chapter 5|18 pages

Auditory System

ByBen M. Clopton and Herbert F. Voigt

chapter 6|18 pages

Gastrointestinal System

ByBerj L. Bardakjian

chapter 7|26 pages

Respiratory System

ByArthur T. Johnson, Christopher G. Lausted, and Joseph D. Bronzino

chapter 8|26 pages

Mechanics of Hard Tissue

ByJ. Lawrence Katz, Anil Misra, Orestes Marangos, Qiang Ye, and Paulette Spencer

chapter 9|16 pages

Musculoskeletal Soft-Tissue Mechanics

ByRichard L. Lieber, Samuel R. Ward, and Thomas J. Burkholder

chapter 10|44 pages

Joint-Articulating Surface Motion

ByKenton R. Kaufman and Kai-Nan An

chapter 11|26 pages

Joint Lubrication

ByMichael J. Furey

chapter 12|14 pages

Analysis of Gait

ByRoy B. Davis III, Sylvia Õunpuu, and Peter A. DeLuca

chapter 13|12 pages

Mechanics of Head/Neck

ByAlbert I. King and David C. Viano

chapter 14|14 pages

Biomechanics of Chest and Abdomen Impact

ByDavid C. Viano and Albert I. King

chapter 15|30 pages

Cardiac Biomechanics

ByAndrew D. McCulloch and Roy C. P. Kerckhof

chapter 16|32 pages

Heart Valve Dynamics

ByChoon Hwai Yap, Erin Spinner, Muralidhar Padala, and Ajit P. Yoganathan

chapter 17|12 pages

Arterial Macrocirculatory Hemodynamics

ByBaruch B. Lieber

chapter 18|14 pages

Mechanics of Blood Vessels

ByThomas R. Canfield and Philip B. Dobrin

chapter 19|6 pages

The Venous System

ByArtin A. Shoukas and Carl F. Rothe

chapter 20|18 pages

The Microcirculation Physiome

ByAleksander S. Popel and Roland N. Pittman

chapter 21|14 pages

Mechanics and Deformability of Hematocytes

ByRichard E. Waugh and Robert M. Hochmuth

chapter 22|18 pages

Mechanics of Tissue/Lymphatic Transport

ByGeert W. Schmid-Schönbein and Alan R. Hargens

chapter 23|22 pages

Modeling in Cellular Biomechanics

ByAlexander A. Spector and Roger Tran-Son-Tay

chapter 24|24 pages

Cochlear Mechanics

ByCharles R. Steele and Sunil Puria

chapter 25|14 pages

Inner Ear Hair Cell Bundle Mechanics

ByJong-Hoon Nam and Wally Grant

chapter 26|12 pages

Exercise Physiology

ByCathryn R. Dooly and Arthur T. Johnson

chapter 27|12 pages

Factors Affecting Mechanical Work in Humans

ByBen F. Hurley and Arthur T. Johnson

chapter 28|22 pages

Metallic Biomaterials

ByJoon B. Park and Young Kon Kim

chapter 29|34 pages

Ceramic Biomaterials

ByW. G. Billotte

chapter 30|24 pages

Polymeric Biomaterials

ByHai Bang Lee, Gilson Khang, and Jin Ho Lee

chapter 31|14 pages

Composite Biomaterials

ByRoderic S. Lakes

chapter 32|38 pages

Biodegradable Polymeric Biomaterials: An Updated Overview

ByC. C. Chu

chapter 33|24 pages

Biologic Biomaterials: Tissue-Derived Biomaterials (Collagen)

ByShu-Tung Li

chapter 34|20 pages

Biologic Biomaterials: Silk

ByBiman Mandal and David L. Kaplan

chapter 35|14 pages

Biofunctional Hydrogels

ByMelissa K. McHale and Jennifer L. West

chapter 36|36 pages

Soft Tissue Replacements

ByK. B. Chandran, K. J. L. Burg, and S. W. Shalaby

chapter 37|26 pages

Hard Tissue Replacements

BySang-Hyun Park, Adolfo Llinás, and Vijay K. Goel

chapter 38|22 pages

Basic Electrophysiology

ByRoger C. Barr

chapter 39|8 pages

Volume Conductor Theory

ByRobert Plonsey

chapter 40|14 pages

Electrical Conductivity of Tissues

ByBradley J. Roth

chapter 41|10 pages

Cardiac Microimpedances

ByAndrew E. Pollard

chapter 42|30 pages

Membrane Models

ByAnthony Varghese

chapter 43|28 pages

Computational Methods and Software for Bioelectric Field Problems

ByChristopher R. Johnson

chapter 44|20 pages

The Potential Fields of Triangular Boundary Elements

ByA. van Oosterom

chapter 45|12 pages

Principles of Electrocardiography

ByEdward J. Berbari

chapter 46|20 pages

Electrodiagnostic Studies

BySanjeev D. Nandedkar

chapter 47|12 pages

Principles of Electroencephalography

ByJoseph D. Bronzino

chapter 48|16 pages


ByJaakko Malmivuo

chapter 49|20 pages

Electrical Stimulation of Excitable Tissue

ByDominique M. Durand

chapter 50|20 pages

History and Overview of Neural Engineering

ByDaniel J. DiLorenzo and Robert E. Gross

chapter 52|20 pages

Transcutaneous FES for Ambulation: The Parastep System

ByDaniel Graupe

chapter 54|12 pages

Development of a Multifunctional 22-Channel Functional Electrical Stimulator for Paraplegia

ByRoss Davis, T. Johnston, B. Smith, R. Betz, T. Houdayer, and A. Barriskill

chapter 56|6 pages

Visual Prostheses

ByRobert J. Greenberg

chapter 57|14 pages

Interfering with the Genesis and Propagation of Epileptic Seizures by Neuromodulation

ByAna Luisa Velasco, Francisco Velasco, Marcos Velasco, Bernardo Boleaga, Mauricio Kuri, Fiacro Jiménez, and José María Núñez

chapter 58|28 pages

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation of Deep Brain Regions

ByYiftach Roth and Abraham Zangen