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A Brief Survey of Quantitative EEG
Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering
Emerging Technologies in Brachytherapy
Statistical Computing in Nuclear Imaging
The Physiological Measurement Handbook
Medical Equipment Management
By Kaushik Majumdar
November 10, 2017
This book covers various quantitative methods for preprocessing and analyzing human EEG signals. It presents a holistic approach to quantitative EEG from its neurological basis to simultaneous EEG and fMRI studies. Equal emphasis is given to major mathematical and statistical theories and ...
By B.H Brown, R.H Smallwood, D.C. Barber, P.V Lawford, D.R Hose
January 01, 1998
Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering provides broad coverage appropriate for senior undergraduates and graduates in medical physics and biomedical engineering. Divided into two parts, the first part presents the underlying physics, electronics, anatomy, and physiology and the second part ...
By William Y. Song, Kari Tanderup, Bradley Pieters
May 15, 2017
Brachytherapy is continuously advancing. Years of accumulated experience have led to clinical evidence of its benefit in numerous clinical sites such as gynecological, prostate, breast, rectum, ocular, and many other cancers. Brachytherapy continues to expand in its scope of practice and complexity...
By Mats Isaksson, Christopher L. Raaf
December 21, 2016
Radioactive sources such as nuclear power installations can pose a great threat to both humans and our environment. How do we measure, model and regulate such threats? Environmental Radioactivity and Emergency Preparedness addresses these topical questions and aims to plug the gap in the lack of ...
By Alan C. Perkins, John E. Lees
November 03, 2016
Gamma cameras are traditionally large devices that are situated in nuclear medicine departments, but recent advances in detector design have enabled the production of compact gamma cameras that allow nuclear imaging at the patient bedside and in the operating theatre. Gamma Cameras for ...
By Jack Lancaster, Bruce Hasegawa
August 26, 2016
Authored by a leading educator, this book teaches the fundamental mathematics and physics concepts associated with medical imaging systems. Going beyond mere description of imaging modalities, this book delves into the mechanisms of image formation and image quality common to all imaging systems: ...
By Michael G. Stabin
August 25, 2016
Written by one of the world's leading experts in the field of nuclear medicine dosimetry, this text describes in detail the use of internal dose calculations in the practice of nuclear medicine. While radiation therapy with external sources of radiation always employs calculations of dose to ...
By Richard J. Vetter, Magdalena S. Stoeva
December 18, 2015
Radiation Protection in Medical Imaging and Radiation Oncology focuses on the professional, operational, and regulatory aspects of radiation protection. Advances in radiation medicine have resulted in new modalities and procedures, some of which have significant potential to cause serious harm. ...
By Arkadiusz Sitek
December 17, 2014
Statistical Computing in Nuclear Imaging introduces aspects of Bayesian computing in nuclear imaging. The book provides an introduction to Bayesian statistics and concepts and is highly focused on the computational aspects of Bayesian data analysis of photon-limited data acquired in tomographic ...
By John G. Webster
December 11, 2014
The Physiological Measurement Handbook presents an extensive range of topics that encompass the subject of measurement in all departments of medicine. The handbook describes the use of instruments and techniques for practical measurements required in medicine. It covers sensors, techniques, ...
By Keith Willson, Keith Ison, Slavik Tabakov
December 07, 2013
Know What to Expect When Managing Medical Equipment and Healthcare Technology in Your Organization As medical technology in clinical care becomes more complex, clinical professionals and support staff must know how to keep patients safe and equipment working in the clinical environment. Accessible...
By Michael Ljungberg, Sven-Erik Strand, Michael A. King
November 06, 2012
From first principles to current computer applications, Monte Carlo Calculations in Nuclear Medicine, Second Edition: Applications in Diagnostic Imaging covers the applications of Monte Carlo calculations in nuclear medicine and critically reviews them from a diagnostic perspective. Like the first ...