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Principles of biomedical instrumentation and measurement

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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Aston, Richard.
Title Statement
Principles of biomedical instrumentation and measurement / Richard Aston.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Columbus :   Merrill Pub. Co. ,   c1990.  
Physical Medium
xviii, 558 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Series Statement
Merrill's international series in electrical and electronics technology.
ISBN
0675209439
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Biomedical engineering. Medical instruments and apparatus. Biomedical Engineering -- instrumentation. Electronics, Medical -- instrumentation. Equipment and Supplies. Monitoring, Physiologic -- instrumentation.
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245 1 0 ▼a Principles of biomedical instrumentation and measurement / ▼c Richard Aston.
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300 ▼a xviii, 558 p. : ▼b ill. ; ▼c 25 cm.
440 0 ▼a Merrill's international series in electrical and electronics technology.
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
650 0 ▼a Biomedical engineering.
650 0 ▼a Medical instruments and apparatus.
650 2 ▼a Biomedical Engineering ▼x instrumentation.
650 2 ▼a Electronics, Medical ▼x instrumentation.
650 2 ▼a Equipment and Supplies.
650 2 ▼a Monitoring, Physiologic ▼x instrumentation.

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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Part 1 Basics
 1 A Perspective on Medical Instrumentation = 3
  1.1 Definition of a Medical Instrument = 3
  1.2 Historical Considerations = 5
   The Invention of the Thermometer = 6
   The Stethoscope and Hearing Enhancement = 6
   Sight Enhancement = 7
   Chemical Instrumentation and the Senses = 9
   Twentieth-Century Developments = 10
  1.3 The Role of Electronic Circuit Theory = 19
   a.c. Circuits = 21
   Voltage Division = 28
   Current Division = 29
   Gain Function Analysis = 30
   BJT Equivalent Circuit = 32
  References = 34
  Exercises = 34
 2 The Origin of Biopotentials, Electrocardiograms, and Electrical Shock = 37
  2.1 Fundamental Laws for Current in Biological Tissue = 37
   Fick's Law = 39
   Particle Drift = 40
   Single-Cell Membrane Potential = 40
   Resting Potential in a Cell = 42
   Action Potential and Muscle Contraction = 44
  2.2 Biopotentials in the Heart = 45
  2.3 The Electrocardiogram = 46
  2.4 Electrical Shock = 49
   High-Frequency Effects = 53
   Microshock and Macroshock = 55
  References = 56
  Exercises = 56
 3 Hospital Equipment Safety and Organization, and a Logical Approach to Troubleshooting = 59
  3.1 Electrical Hazards of Medical Instruments = 59
   Macroshock Hazards = 62
   Microshock Hazards = 64
  3.2 Devices to Protect Against Electrical Hazards = 68
   Ground Fault Interrupter = 68
   Isolation Transformer = 69
   Line Isolation Monitor = 70
   Receptacle Tester = 70
   Electrical Safety Analyzer Equipment = 72
  3.3 An Equipment Safety Program = 72
   Hospital Regulations = 73
   Inspections of Equipment = 74
   Emergency Power Systems = 75
   Oxygen Safety = 77
   Safety in the Operating Room = 77
   Hazards of Gases = 79
   Pressure Chambers = 81
  3.4 Preventive Maintenance = 82
  3.5 A Logicai Approach to Troubleshooting = 83
  References = 86
  Exercises = 87
 4 Medical Instrument Transducers and Component-Level Troubleshooting = 89
  4.1 Electrode Transducers = 89
   The Surface Electrode = 90
   Half-Cell Potential and Equivalent Circuit Elements = 94
  4.2 Thermal Transducers = 100
  4.3 The Wheatstone Bridge = 107
   Sensitivity of a Wheatstone Bridge = 111
  4.4 Strain Gauges = 113
   The Strain Gauge in a Wheatstone Bridge = 118
   Sensitivity of a Strain Gauge = 120
  4.5 The Differential Capacitive Transducer = 121
  4.6 Inductive Transducers = 126
  4.7 Troubleshooting at the Component Level = 127
  References = 128
  Exercises = 129
 5 Biopotential Amplifiers = 135
  5.1 A Transistor Differential Amplifier = 137
   Inverting and Noninverting Amplifiers = 140
  5.2 Operational Amplifier Analysis = 143
   Operational Amplifier Voltage and Current Sources = 147
   Operational Amplifiers in Tandem = 149
   High-Input-Impedance Amplifiers with Controlled Gain = 152
   Differential Amplifier with Controlled Gain = 154
   Buffer Amplifier for a Diff Amp = 157
  5.3 Biopotential Measurement Interference = 158
   Common-Mode Rejection in a Diff Amp = 161
  5.4 Troubleshooting Medical Instrumentation Amplifiers = 163
  References = 164
  Exercises = 165
Part II Patient-Care Equipment
 6 The Electrocardiograph and Unit-Level Troubleshooting = 177
  6.1 TheECG = 177
   The ECG Block Diagram = 180
  6.2 ECG Lead Connections = 185
   Augmented ECG Lead Connections = 190
   Chest Lead Connection = 191
  6.3 Common-Mode Voltage Reduction = 198
  6.4 Push-Pull Power Amplifiers = 201
   Maximum Power Transfer = 206
   A Push-Pull Amplifier with Crossover Compensation = 209
   Power Amplifier with Offset Control = 210
  6.5 Power Supplies = 211
   Power Supply Regulation = 214
  6.6 Unit-Level Troubleshooting: ECGs = 215
   Circuit-Board Swapping = 216
  References = 217
  Exercises = 217
 7 The Electroencephalograph and Fiftering = 223
  7.1 The EEG = 223
   EEC Electrodes = 223
   An EEC Block Diagram = 227
   Electroencephalograms = 230
   EEGs in Diagnosis = 231
  7.2 Filters = 233
   First-Order Filters = 236
   Higher-Order Active Filters = 240
   Second-Order Low-Pass Filters = 241
   Second-Order High-Pass Filters = 244
   Third-Order Low-Pass Filters = 247
   Band-Reject Filters = 251
  7.3 Troubleshooting an EEG = 254
  References = 255
  Exercises = 255
 8 The Defibrillator and Step Response = 261
  8.1 The Defibrillator = 261
   Example Defibrillators = 264
  8.2 Defibrillator Energy Delivery = 267
  8.3 Analysis of the Defibrillator Voltage Waveform = 270
   The Lown Voltage Waveform of a Defibriiiator = 271
   Case I (Underdamped) = 273
   Case II (Overdamped) = 275
  8.4 Troubleshooting Defibrillators = 277
  References = 278
  Exercises = 278
 9 The Pacemaker - A Digital Pulse Oscillator = 283
  9.1 Properties of the Pacemaker = 284
   Pacemaker Batteries = 286
   Illustrative Pacemaker Characteristics = 288
  9.2 Programmable Pacemakers = 291
  9.3 Digital Pulse Oscillators = 294
   A Comparator Circuit = 294
   A Threshold Detector Analysis = 297
   Square-Wave Generator = 299
   Monostable Multivibrator = 304
   Positive-Edge Triggered Multivibrator = 306
   An Illustrative Pacemaker Circuit = 307
  References = 309
  Exercises = 310
 10 Electrosurgical Units and Laser Surgery = 313
  10.1 The Basic ESU = 313
   Active Electrodes = 315
   The Active Electrode Resistance = 316
   The Return Electrode = 318
   A Block Diagram = 321
  10.2 Sinusoidal Oscillators = 323
  10.3 An ESU Power Amplifier = 327
  10.4 Troubleshooting an ESU = 330
  10.5 Laser Surgical Devices = 333
   The C$$O_2$$ Laser = 333
   The Argon Laser Surgical Unit = 335
   The Nd:YAG Laser = 336
  References = 337
  Exercises = 337
 11 Catheters and Blood Pressure Monitoring = 341
  11.1 Circulation System Measurements = 341
   Pumping Action of the Heart = 341
   Arterial Pressure Measurement = 344
   Invasive Blood Pressure Measurement = 346
   Fluid Resistance = 347
   Instrumentation for Direct Pressure Measurement = 348
   Pressure Transducer Calibration = 349
   Pressure Measurements in the Heart = 351
  11.2 Catheter Measurements = 355
   The Equivalent Circuit of a Catheter = 356
   Fluid Inertance = 356
   Compliance = 357
   The Fluid-Electrical Analogy = 358
   The Catheter Equivalent Circuit = 359
   The Physical Formulas for Catheter Components = 359
   Frequency Response of a Catheter with a Diagram = 360
   Tuning a Catheter = 363
   Pinches, Bubbles, and Leaks in a Catheter = 363
  References = 368
  Exercises = 368
 12 Respiratory Equipment and Pulmonary Function Monitoring = 371
  12.1 Therapeutic and Diagnostic Equipment = 371
  12.2 The Ventilator = 374
   Ventilator Modes of Operation = 374
  12.3 A Spirometer = 381
  12.4 Pneumotachograph Airflow Measurement = 383
   The Integrator Circuit = 385
   Pneumotachograph Volume Measurements = 386
  12.5 The Plethysmograph = 389
   Measurement of Total Lung Capacity = 390
  12.6 Troubleshooting Pneumatic Equipment = 392
  References = 393
  Exercises = 393
 13 The Central Station Monitor, Microprocessor-Based Equipment, and System-Level Troubleshooting = 395
  13.1 Machine Language = 396
  13.2 Microprocessor Block Diagram = 398
   The CPU = 399
   The Memory Chip = 402
   Input/Output Units = 403
  13.3 A Microprocessor-Based Monitor = 405
   Central Station Monitoring = 410
   Troubleshooting Microprocessor-Based Equipment = 413
   Self-Test = 415
   A Logical Approach to Troubleshooting = 416
  References = 417
  Exercises = 417
Part III Specialized Medical Equipment
 14 Clinical Laboratory Equipment = 423
  14.1 Chemical Electrodes = 423
   The pH Electrode = 424
  14.2 A Blood Gas Analyzer = 425
   The The $$^pCO_2$$ Electrode = 426
   The The $$^pO_2$$ Electrode = 427
   Noninvasive Blood Gas Monitoring = 429
  14.3 Photometers and Colorimeters = 431
   Diffraction Gratings = 431
   Flame Photometers = 433
  14.4 Blood Cell Counter = 437
   Optical Methods of Cell Counting = 442
  References = 443
  Exercises = 443
 15 Medical X-Ray Equipment = 445
  15.1 X-Rays = 445
   The X-Ray Tube = 446
   The Nature of x-Rays = 449
   X-Ray Absorption = 452
   Tissue Contrast = 455
  15.2 X-Ray Equipment Block Diagram = 456
   The X-Ray Tube = 458
   The Collimator = 461
   The Bucky Grid = 463
   The X-Ray Detector = 463
   The Power Supply = 464
  15.3 Fluoroscopic System = 467
  15.4 X-Ray CT Scanners = 469
  15.5 Nuclear Medicine Imaging = 473
   Radioisotopes and Radiopharmaceuticals = 474
   Radiation Detectors = 474
   The Photomuitiplier Tube = 478
   Gamma-Ray Camera = 478
  15.6 Radiation Dose = 481
  References = 487
  Exercises = 487
 16 Ultrasonic Equipment = 489
  16.1 Therapeutic and Diagnostic Equipment = 489
   Therapeutic Ultrasonic Equipment = 489
   Piezoelectric Transducers = 491
   Ultrasonic Imaging Equipment = 491
   The Display Unit = 493
   Scanning-Type Displays = 493
  16.2 Ultrasonic Waves = 496
   Wave Reflections = 500
   Analysis of a Typical Ultrasonic Reflection = 503
   Ultrasonic Power = 504
   Attenuation in Ultrasonic Waves = 505
  16.3 Ultrasonic Blood Flow Equipment = 506
   An Analysis of the Doppler Effect = 506
   An Analysis of Transit Time = 509
  References = 510
  Exercises = 510
Appendix A Computer Programs = 515
Appendix B Laplace Transforms = 526
 B.I The Laplace Method = 526
  The Step Source = 526
  Laplace Equivalent Impedances = 527
  Circuit Analysis of Laplace Equivalent Elements = 529
  Laplace Transform Tables = 531
  RC Circuit Step Response = 532
Appendix C Medical Terminology = 537
 C.1 Common Prefixes = 537
 C.2 Common Suffixes = 538
 C.3 The Terminology of General Anatomy = 539
 C.4 Terminology of Circulation = 541
 C.5 Terminology of Respiration = 542
 C.6 Terminology of the Nervous System = 542
 C.7 Terminology of Sensory Organs = 543
Index = 545


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