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Electrostimulation; theory, applications, and computational model.


Electrostimulation; theory, applications, and computational model.

Reilly, J. Patrick and Alan M. Diamant.

Artech House


335 pages



Artech House biomedical signals and systems series


This professional's guide to the theory and practice of electrostimulation in therapeutic and experimental medical applications examines the neurological and muscular effects of electrical impulses on excitable tissues. The volume begins with a detailed exposition of the theories behind electrostimulations and proceeds to outline a practical user's guide to the authors' complex computer modeling system. The work include numerous graphs, tables and equations and access to additional online resources, including the code for implementing the computer modeling application, is provided. Reilly is on the staff of the Applied Physics Laboratory at Johns Hopkins University and Diamant is a consultant in the fields of information processing and analysis.

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Title Annotation:Artech House biomedical signals and systems series
Publication:Reference & Research Book News
Article Type:Brief article
Date:Aug 1, 2011
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