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Titulos:
Biomedical equipment: use, maintenance, and management / Joseph J. Carr
Idiomas:
eng
ISBN:
0132575779
Lugar de Edición:
Upper Saddle River:
Editor:
Prentice-Hall,
Fecha de Edición:
c1992
Notas Formateada:
1.Introduction to biomedical equipment -- 2.Sensors for biomedical devices -- 3.Medical and laboratory oscilloscopes -- 4.ECG and EEG signals: where do they come from? -- 5.Bioelectrical amplifiers -- 6.Electrocardiograph machines -- 7.Medical pressure measurements -- 8.Patient monitoring systems -- 9.X rays and radiation -- 10.Defibrillators and cardioverters -- 11.Temperature sensors -- 12.Medical equipment maintenance: thoughts on management, facilities, and equipment -- 13.Respiration monitors and apnea alarms -- 14.Patient telemetry systems -- 15.Ultrasonic systems -- 16.Electrosurgery machines -- 17.Decibels -- 18.The care and feeding of mechanical paper recorders -- 19.Care and feeding of battery-operated medical equipment -- 20.Computers in medical instruments -- 21.Electromagnetic interference to medical electronic equipment -- 22.Selecting the right solid-state replacement components -- 23.Radio communications for medical emergency units -- 24.Selecting the right desktop personal computer for biomedical systems -- 25.Repairing water damage to medical equipment -- 26.What test equipment and tools are needed? -- 27.Preventative maintenance and proper program design -- 28.Electrical safety: your job!
Palabras clave:
ELECTROMEDICINA; BIOINGENIERIA

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Institucion:
Instituto Tecnológico Buenos Aires (ITBA)
Dependencia:
Biblioteca

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