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Hagai Eshel
10-18-1999, 11:15 PM
Dear Biomech-L
Below please find my original posting and the replies - most of them
suggested the CRC Biomedical Engineering Handbook (which we have) - I
would be grateful to receive further recommendations to books in
alphabetical order like the encyclopedia but less expensive
thanks
hagai

Hagai Eshel

Head, Department of Medical Engineering
Hadassah University Hospital
POB 12000 Jerusalem 91120 ISRAEL
Tel 972-2-6776640 Fax 972-2-6778282

My original posting was

Dear Biomech-L
We are looking for a dictionary of biomedical and clinical engineering -
a book that will briefly introduce various topics of medical and
clinical engineering - for example CT, PET, EKG, EMG etc.
Please advice (the budget is up to $400)
A summary of replies will be posted

Hagai Eshel
Head, Department of Medical Engineering
Hadassah University Hospital
POB 12000 Jerusalem 91120 ISRAEL
Tel 972-2-6776640 Fax 972-2-6778282

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Subject: Re: Medical and clinical engineering dictionary
Date: Sun, 2 Jan 2000 04:01:10 +0800
From: "Saiwei Yang"
To: "Hagai Eshel"




you can get good information from the Biomedical Engineering handbook
IEEE
press/ CRC press

Subject: RE: Medical and clinical engineering dictionary
Date: Thu, 14 Oct 1999 09:20:51 +0100
From: "Ross.Anderson"
To: 'Hagai Eshel'

Introduction to Medical Electronics Applications
Jennings, Flint, Turton, and Nokes
ISBN - 0340614579
_______________________________
ROSS ANDERSON
Dept of PE & Sport and Exercise Sciences and
Centre for Biomedical Electronics
University of Limerick
IRELAND
Tel - +353 (0) 86 8388064 or +353 (0) 61 202820
Fax - +353 (0) 61 330431
e-Mail - ross.anderson@ul.ie
WWW - www.ul.ie/~pess/rossa.html

Subject: Re: Medical and clinical engineering dictionary
Date: Thu, 14 Oct 1999 10:22:10 +0200 (IST)
From: Sverdlik Ariel
To: Hagai Eshel

Hi Hagai
I assume you know the "Hand book of Biomedical Engineering".
I also think that you should post this question in the biomedical
news group, if you haven't done so.
Try also in the biomednet site.
Arik

Subject: Re: Medical and clinical engineering dictionary
Date: Thu, 14 Oct 1999 09:15:25 -0300 (ADT)
From: Patrick J Ellis
To: Hagai Eshel
Hi,

Here are two titles:

Encyclopedia of Medical Devices & Instrumentation. Vol. 4 03/1988 1st
ed.
John G. Webster.
ISBN 0-471-82936-6 Wiley-Liss Inc., U. S..

(It is getting old fast, and I won't quote the price I have, since your
price quote may vary, but it is expensive.)

The biomedical engineering handbook /
Boca Raton : CRC Press : IEEE Press, c1995.
ISBN 0849383463


CRC Handbooks are often useful as well, even some of the vintage
OP stuff.

Good luck,

Patrick Ellis
Subject: Re: Medical and clinical engineering dictionary
Date: Thu, 14 Oct 1999 11:48:08 -0600
From: "Curt G. DeGroff"
To: Hagai Eshel

>From IEEE Press 1995
The Biomedical Engineering Handbook
Editor
JD Bronzino

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