By J. H. U. Brown, Donald S. Gann
Engineering ideas in body structure, quantity II covers the mechanisms of cardiovascular platforms, respiratory, and mobile processes.
This quantity is equipped into 3 components encompassing 17 chapters. the 1st half describes the constitution, functionality, mechanical houses, flow, and regulate of the cardiovascular process. This half additionally examines the mechanism of cardiac pump, the atrial electric task, and the venous method. the second one half explores the interrelationships among the morphology, body structure, and regulate mechanisms of breathing. This half additionally considers the mathematical thought of renal functionality. The 3rd half seems into the mobile dynamics and intracellular processes.
This e-book will end up precious to physiologists, biomedical engineers, and staff within the comparable fields.
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Engineering Principles in Physiology. Volume 2 by J. H. U. Brown, Donald S. Gann