A textbook for courses in electric circuit theory and bioinstrumentation in biomedical engineering and bioengineering programs, taught at Junior through Senior undergrad level, plus graduate level for those converting to Masters courses in BME from other engineering disciplines. The book is supported throughout by LabVIEW based exercises and projects.
Many biomedical instruments use a transducer or sensor to convert a signal created by the body into an electric signal. The goal of the text is to develop understanding of the fundamental electric circuit theory, operation and use of bioinstrumentation, including biosensors and biomeasurement.
National Instruments' LabVIEW is a graphical development environment for design, control, and test applications in data acquisition and signal processing. It is the leading software used by the electronic design and biomedical engineering communities in industry and academia. Multisim is a circuit design package. Publication of the book will be supported by National Instruments, with sales and marketing opportunities arising via their curriculum resources links (http://www.ni.com/academic/resources.htm) and cooperative marketing potential.
This book is written for students who have completed three semesters of calculus (i.e., typically the first 1 ½ years of a biomedical engineering or other engineering program). The book can also be used in a course in which differential equations is taken concurrently. A considerable effort has been made to develop the theoretical component of the book in a logical manner, making the book self-contained. All special mathematical skills required are developed within the text itself, with no assumed steps.
The book is designed to be used as a text for
1) Junior or Senior courses in bioinstrumentation and biomeasurement (sometimes biomedical electronics and circuits), typically comprising an introduction to circuit theory, biosensors and biomeasurement, and typically accompanied by laboratories or a design project.
2) Graduate level courses in bioinstrumentation for undergraduates who majored in non-BME courses.
This book is also suitable as a support text/reference for design-, project- and laboratory-based courses in BME, and as a reference for researchers and professionals who are working in the bioinstrumentation field using LabVIEW and Multisim.
This is a perfect companion text to Enderle's Introduction to BME.
* Written explicitly for students of biomedical and bioengineering taking courses in bioinstrumentation, who will benefit from the experience and expertise of internationally renowned educators, with over 40 years' experience teaching this topic
* Provides instructors with a comprehensive course teaching package, with worked example problems, application case studies, end of chapter problems and a fully worked solutions manual
* Incorporates an online suite of LabVIEW and Multisim based exercises and projects. LabVIEW, developed by National Instruments, is the leading electronics and circuit design tool
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John Enderle is among the best known biomedical engineers in the world. He is the incoming president of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology.
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