Introduction to Biomedical Engineering
Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2004 - 244 sider
For freshman and limited calculus-based courses in Introduction to Biomedical Engineering or Introduction to Bioengineering.
This text presents freshman-level students with a study of some of the best engineering designs provided by nature and exposes them to bioengineering practice from a variety of perspectives. Examining the living system from the molecular to the the human scale, this text covers such key issues as optimization, scaling, and design; and introduces these concepts in a sequential, layered manner. Analysis strategies, science, and technology are illustrated in each chapter.
What is Bioengineering?
Cellular Elemental and Molecular Building Blocks
Mass Conservation Cycling and Kinetics
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