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- Springer London 2011; US$ 85.24
This book explores technical issues, information processing and collective experience from professionals worldwide who practice a wide range of telenursing applications, including telenursing research. Lays the foundation for global telenursing practice. more...
- McGraw-Hill Education 2004; US$ 146.00 US$ 131.40
One of the most comprehensive books in the field, this import from TATA McGraw-Hill rigorously covers the latest developments in medical imaging systems, gamma camera, PET camera, SPECT camera and lithotripsy technology. Written for working engineers, technicians, and graduate students, the book includes of hundreds of images as well as detailed working... more...
- iSmithers Rapra Publishing 1991; US$ 72.00
The biomedical applications of polymers span an extremely wide spectrum of uses, including artificial organs, skin and soft tissue replacements, orthopaedic applications, dental applications, and controlled release of medications. No single, short review can possibly cover all these items in detail, and dozens of books andhundreds of reviews exist... more...
- De Gruyter 2014; US$ 53.23
The first volume in the biomedical engineering textbook series offers a methodical overview of the wide range of areas encompassed by this interdisciplinary field. Readers are introduced to numerous applications of the field's technology and methods in medicine and biology. more...
- Springer New York 2012; US$ 138.52
Information technology is of primary importance in advancing healthcare, whether in clinical or administrative contexts. With in-depth analysis of IT system assessment, this book focuses on the benefits good IT planning can bring to pathology laboratories. more...
- Wiley 2012; US$ 78.99 US$ 68.46
The uses and benefits of soft-tissue lasers in dental hygiene practice are myriad. Lasers are used for more effective debridement, scaling and planning, with less pain and bleeding. Hygienists can detect sub- and supra-gingival calculus, remove the bacteria in pockets, and remove granulation, among other treatments. Soft-tissue Lasers in Dental... more...
- Cambridge University Press 2013; US$ 58.00
A practical guide to the most important techniques available for longitudinal data analysis, essential for non-statisticians and researchers. more...
- World Scientific Publishing Company 2005; US$ 157.00 US$ 136.59
This scholarly set of well-harmonized volumes provides indispensable and complete coverage of the exciting and evolving subject of medical imaging systems. Leading experts on the international scene tackle the latest cutting-edge techniques and technologies in an in-depth but eminently clear and readable approach.Complementing and intersecting one... more...
- Springer US 2012; US$ 82.04
On November 5-8, 1974, a Seminar on Research and De velopment of Immobilized Enzymes was held in Tokyo, Japan. The seminar was part of the United States-Japan Cooperative Science Program sponsored jointly by the National Science Foundation and the Japan Society for the Promotion of Sci ence. The purpose of the seminar was to promote the scienti... more...
- Springer US 2013; US$ 95.90
The normal course of most biologically catalyzed processes is tightly regulated at the genetic and physiological levels. The regulatory mechanisms are diverse, sometimes redundant, and it is becoming increasingly apparent that, at the genetic level, the range of mechanisms may be limited only by the permutations and combina tions available. For each... more...