Biomedical TRANSDUCERS and INSTRUMENTS
Biomedical transducers are essential instruments for acquiring many types of medical and biological data. From the underlying principles to practical applications, this new book provides an easy- to-understand introduction to the various kinds of biomedical transducers. The first comprehensive treatment of this subject in 20 years, the book presents state-of-the-art information including: discussions of biomedical transducers for measurements of pressure, flow, motion, temperature, heat flow, evaporation, biopotential, biomagnetism, and chemical quantities.
Chapters are devoted to particular areas of instrumentation needs
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