Diagnostic ultrasonic imaging — Instruments. Contents. Machine derived contents note: The Wave Equation and Its Solutions. Impedance, Power, and Reflection. Ultrasonic bioinstrumentation. Douglas A. Christensen, John Wiley & Sons, New York, , pp., $ Albert Goldstein. x. Albert Goldstein. Search for. Show PDF in full window;» Full Text (PDF). – Classifications. Departments. Book Reviews. – Services. Email this article to a colleague; Alert me when this article.
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These online bookshops told us they have this item: None of your libraries hold this item. Ultrasonic Bioinstrumentation offers comprehensive explanations that go beyond simple technical procedures; from the physics behind wave propagation and tissue acoustics, to beam patterns, resolution, configurations and more, this book is a one-stop reference for all aspects of ultrasonic imaging. Comments and reviews What are comments?
University of Western Australia. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Swinburne University of Technology. These 8 locations in All: Other topics discussed include the Doppler principle, examined in light of the increasing clinical importance of Doppler flowmeters and imagers, biological tissue types and ultrasonic tissue values based on actual experimental situations such as phased instruments, additional medical uses of ultrasound and safety.
Wagga Wagga Campus Library. Ultrasound imaging has become ubiquitous in medicine, and those training for a career in the field need a solid understanding of ultrasonic radiation and its application through medical technology.
Bibliography and Suggestions for Further Reading. Acoustical Properties of Biological Tissues. Doppler and Other Ultrasonic Flowmeters.
Dagli Snippet view – These 3 locations in New South Wales: Ultrasonic Bioinstrumentation Douglas Christensen WileyMar 14, – Medical – pages 0 Reviews This study describes the physical foundations of biomedical engineering and bioinstrumentation in the context of their application to actual instruments. From inside the book.
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