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Standard Handbook of Biomedical Engineering and Design



Standard Handbook of Biomedical Engineering and Design


Standard Handbook of Biomedical Engineering and Design





Standard Handbook of Biomedical Engineering and Design

PREFACE
How do important medical advances that change the quality of life come about? Sometimes, to be
sure, they can result from the inspiration and effort of physicians or biologists working in remote,
exotic locations or organic chemists working in the well-appointed laboratories of pharmaceutical
companies with enormous research budgets. Occasionally, however, a medical breakthrough happens
when someone with an engineering background gets a brilliant idea in less glamorous circumstances.
One afternoon in the late 1950s, the story goes, when an electrical engineer named Wilson Greatbatch
was building a small oscillator to record heart sounds, he accidentally installed the wrong resistor,
and the device began to give off a steady electrical pulse. Greatbatch realized that a small device
could regulate the human heart, and in two years he had developed the first implantable cardiac
pacemaker, followed later by a corrosion-free lithium battery to power it. In the mid-1980s, Dominick
M. Wiktor, a Cranford, New Jersey, engineer, invented the coronary stent after undergoing open
heart surgery.





You often find that it is someone with an engineer's sensibility—someone who may or may not
have engineering training, but does have an engineer's way of looking at, thinking about, and doing
things—who not only facilitates medical breakthroughs,
but also improves existing healthcare practice. This sensibility, which, I dare say, is associated in
people's consciousness more with industrial machines than with the human body,
manifests itself in a number of ways. It has a descriptive component, which comes
intoplay, for example, when someone uses the language of mechanical engineering
to describe blood flow, how the lungs function, or how the musculoskeletal system
moves or reacts to shocks, or when someone uses the language of other traditional
engineering disciplines to describe bioelectric phenomena or how an imaging machine works.





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