By Daniel J. Schneck
Biomechanics: ideas and purposes bargains a definitive, finished assessment of this speedily turning out to be box, together with fresh developments made via biomedical engineers to the knowledge of basic elements of physiologic functionality in overall healthiness, affliction, and environmental extremes. The chapters, each one via a famous chief within the box, handle the themes of biosolid mechanics and biofluid mechanics as they pertain to varied subsystems of the human physique. in addition they evaluation purposes similar to activities biomechanics, fix and rehabilitation of physique components, and know-how to help or change unwell physiologic organs with prosthetic elements. a special function is the handy guide kind and tabular structure that places quantitative info at your fingertips. Illustrations additional upload to the worth of this ebook. The textual content is concise, topical, and never overly technical. No different publication covers the total box of biomechanics so succinctly in a single quantity.
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Biomechanics: Principles and Applications by Daniel J. Schneck