The Clinical Engineering Handbook
This comprehensive publication covers issues ranging from accident investigation and radiation therapy to disaster planning and medical device troubleshooting.
It features 142 chapters, authored by experts in the field, who examine topics such as telemedicine, information systems management, imaging devices, picture archiving and communication systems, Joint Commission accreditation, advanced diagnostics, wireless medical telemetry, virtual instrumentation, and regulations.
This publication also explores the role of clinical engineering in several countries around the world, discusses best practice and future prospects in clinical engineering, and education and training initiatives.
This is an ideal reference guide for hospitals, classrooms, workshops, and other organizations.
The 696-page book is written by Joseph F. Dyro, president of the Biomedical Resource Group in New York.
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