The articles in The Encyclopedia of Medical Devices and
Instrumentation focus on what is currently useful or is likely to
be useful in future medicine. They answer the question, "What are
the branches of medicine and how does technology assist each of
them?" Articles focus on the practice of medicine that is assisted
by devices, rather than including, for example, the use of drugs to
treat disease. The title is the only resource on the market dealing
with the subject in encyclopedic detail. * Accessible to
practitioners with a broad range of backgrounds from students to
researchers and physicians * Articles cover the latest developments
such as nanotechnology, fiber optics, and signal processing
|Country of origin:
John G. Webster
||283 x 221 x 35mm (L x W x T)
||Hardcover - Sewn / Cloth over boards
||2nd Volume 1 ed.
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