IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering contains basic and applied papers dealing with biomedical engineering. Papers range from engineering development in methods and techniques with biomedical applications to experimental and clinical investigations with engineering contributions.
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In an era where technology is expanding at a rapid rate and the needs for medical application of these technologies has never been greater, the intersection between engineering, medicine and biology is a critical place to be. The IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society is well-positioned to serve as a central gathering point for both of these major disciplines.
- October 31, 2023
Calibration of the Mechanical Boundary Conditions for a Patient-Specific Thoracic Aorta Model Including the Heart Motion Effect
This study explains how to calibrate the parameters governing the mechanical boundary conditions of a thoracic aorta model with ascending aortic aneurysm integrating 3D and 2D magnetic resonance images.
Imaging of Magnetic Nanoparticles with Permeability Tomography
We propose a permeability tomography technique to track nanoparticle distribution in small animals before/after hyperthermia treatment, providing fast, portable, non-invasive monitoring that can complement standard therapeutic and diagnostic tools.
A Concentric Tube Steerable Drilling Robot for Minimally Invasive Spinal Fixation of Osteoporotic Vertebrae
In this paper, we present a unique steerable drilling robot that is capable of drilling smooth and accurate curved trajectories through hard tissues enabling spinal fixation with flexible pedicle screws.
Smartphone-Based Blood Pressure Monitoring via the Oscillometric Finger Pressing Method: Analysis of Oscillation Width Variations Can Improve Diastolic Pressure Computation
By modeling and analysis of waveform shapes measured with oscillometric finger pressing, this human study demonstrates a new metric for non-invasive and truly cuffless diastolic blood pressure prediction.
Laparoscopic Photoacoustic Imaging System Based on Side-illumination Diffusing Fibers
This study introduces a miniaturized photoacoustic imaging laparoscope based on side-illumination diffusing fibers to detect subsurface anatomy, facilitating intraoperative visualization of neurovascular bundles hidden from the direct view.
- September 29, 2023
Non-metallic MR-guided Concentric Tube Robot for Intracerebral Hemorrhage Evacuation
This study demonstrates the feasibility of MR-guided intracerebral hemorrhage evacuation in phantom trials using a plastic concentric tube robot.
TBME, Volume 70, Issue 11, November 2023
Biomedical engineering: Education, research and challenges
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Biomedical engineering or medical engineering is the application of engineering principles and design concepts to medicine and biology for healthcare purposes.
Wearable sensors/systems and their impact on biomedical engineering free download In the article that follows, Jova et al. present their approach to develop personal health monitors based on a wireless body area network of intelligent sensors. Body area networks of wireless intelligent sensors are linked to a personal server via a mobile gateway, ie, a
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The different channels of university-industry knowledge transfer: Empirical evidence from Biomedical Engineering free download This paper explores the channels for knowledge transfer between university and industry. We perform a case study of the faculty of Biomedical Engineering at the Eindhoven University of Technology (the Netherlands), aimed at gaining insight in the relative
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Teaching ethical issues in biomedical engineering free download In many places throughout the world, Biomedical Engineering (BME) still awaits formal recognition as a profession. Its intrinsically multi and interdisciplinary characteristics partly account for that delay. This is aggravated by the lack of precise ethical rules that delineate
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Exploring an electronic polling system for the assessment of student progress in two biomedical engineering courses free download Monitoring students understanding as part of course lectures has the potential to increase student engagement, facilitate modification of instruction so it targets learners needs, and increase students overall learning of the course materials. Classroom Communications
Assessing Challenge Based Instruction in Biomedical Engineering free download As part of the NSF funded Engineering Research Center (ERC) VaNTH (Vanderbilt, Northwestern, University of Texas, and Harvard/MIT) we have revised courses in the Biomedical Engineering Department at Northwestern University. Various changes were
on respiratory activity in speech Peter Ladefoged (Linguistics Department, UCLA, Los Angeles) Gerald Loeb ( Biomedical Engineering , USC, Los Angeles) free download This paper presents some preliminary data on two aspects of the use of the respiratory system in speech. The experiments to be reported use improved emg techniques to replicate some of the research conducted at Edinburgh University in the 1950s. The major papers
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Improving African health care through open source Biomedical Engineering free download The lack of accessible quality healthcare is one of the biggest problems in Africa and other developing countries. This is not only due to the unavailability of resources, but also to the absence of a structured formative process for the design and management of healthcare
Obstetrics‐based clinical immersion of a multinational team of biomedical engineering students in Ghana free download Among other obstacles, the continued lack of access to health technology, especially in low- resource countries, will contribute to many failing to meet Millennium Development Goal 5 by 2015 . There is growing recognition among the global health community of the role that
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