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Treatise on Powder Metallurgy Volume Ii

By: Goetzel, Claus G.

...r destroyed tissues. Tantalum wires have been used with great success in the medical treatment of war wounded to unite fractured bones, and tantalum p... ... television equipment, refrigerators, service industry machines, sur- gical, medical and dental instruments, tools and general hardware, textile machi...

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Treatise on Powder Metallurgy Volume Iii

By: Goetzel, Claus G.

...ies 94 B. Chemical properties 101 C. Other properties and behaviors (e. g. , medical) ld9 4. Testing and control methods and equipment for powders 109... ...mall size of the radiant particles. C. Other Properties and Behaviors (e. g. medical) (1569) Toxicology of the Carbonyls. A. J. Amor, /. Ind. Hyg., 14...

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Biophysical Science

By: Ackerman, Eugene, 1920

... this wide range of interest was Hermann von Helmholtz, who was trained as a medical doctor and practiced medicine. He not only conducted histological... ...cult for a person to do significant work in both the physical and biological sciences. Within each division of natural science, large numbers of subdi... ...se a valuable course for seniors or graduate students majoring in biological sciences or medicine. Representing a different approach to topics they ma... ...iophysics course may be useful is that of electrical engineers. The field of medical electronics has grown almost concurrently with the growth of biop... ...e topics of biophysics. However, certain students majoring in the biological sciences must accept on faith the conclusions of many mathematical proofs... ...specially to persons having a background in both the physical and biological sciences. The hearing mechanisms form one of the major sensory systems th... .... b. Graham, C. H., "Visual Perception," pp. 868-920. 3. Glasser, Otto, ed., Medical Physics (Chicago, Illinois: Year Book Publishers, Inc., 1944) Vol... ...al physiology, see: 6. Best, C. H., and N. B. Taylor, Physiological Basis of Medical Practice. 7th ed. (Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins Company, 1961). ... ...4th ed. (Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders Company, 1942). 2. Glasser, Otto, ed., Medical Physics (Chicago, Illinois: Year Book Publishers, Inc.). a. Beutn...

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Quains Elements of Anatomy Volume II Part I : Neurology :

By: Schafer, E. A; Symington, J.

...the section of Anatomy and Physiology at the annual meeting of the British Medical Association, 1890. u2 292 CEREBRAL HEMISPHERES to radiate from the... ...well-marked depressions for the lodgment of 1 Spitzka, E. A., Philadelphia Medical Journal, April 1908. * Deutsches Archiv fur klinische Medicin, Bd, ...

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An Introduction to Biophysics

By: Stuhlman, Otto, 1884

...ands for physics by students whose primary interests lie in the biological sciences, this book has been written with the hope that itmay lead to a ful... ...mple can be found of the cooperative effect of the biological and physical sciences than the problem of radiation therapy. Here, as in much of the bio... ...ysical research, the tools have been supplied by the physicist so that the medical scientist can use them to point the way in which the physicist shou... ...cs. In the field of physical optics, where its applications merge with the medical sciences, the emission and adsorption of biophysically active light... ...he field of physical optics, where its applications merge with the medical sciences, the emission and adsorption of biophysically active light are dis... ...rument which awaits the cooperative interests of experts in the biological sciences as the tool to investigate the struc- ture of organic matter. The ... ...ific Company, Allen B. DuMont Laboratories, Eastman Kodak Company, Electro-Medical Laboratory, Inc., and the R. C. A. Research Laboratories have all b... ... I am indebted for many excellent suggestions made by my colleagues in the Medical School. For criticisms of various chapters I am indebted to Profess... ...t. For a metal to be suitable as material for a practical x-ray target, in medical diagnostic work, it was found that it must possess the following pr...

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An Introduction to Biophysics

By: Burns, David, 1884-1969

...atic survey of Biophysics. Its object is partly to be explanatory. Current medical publications are full of terms culled from physico-chemical and phy... ...ce which the application of physics has exercised upon the progress of the sciences. I well remember that, as long ago as 1878, my first teacher began... ... of the body in action. But at that time the possibility of applying these sciences was limited. In the first place, their development, and especially... ...physiology on the lines indicated has also made possible the growth of the sciences of experimental path- ology, of experimental medicine and of pharm... ...ical 2 LAWS OF ENERGY science is the most fundamental of the experimental sciences and, so far as is known, its laws are applicable to all non-living... ...cteria. Ultra-violet rays, or lights like the Simpson Light, which emit a MEDICAL APPLICATION 127 large proportion of ultra-violet rays, have been em... ....S., Ph.D., Professor of Physiological Chemistry and Toxicology, Jefferson Medical College, Phila- delphia. Sixth Edition. With 6 Coloured Plates and ... ...LEFFMANN, M.A., M.D., Professor of Chemistry and Toxicology in the Women's Medical College of Pennsylvania (Volumes I. and II.) ; and S. S. SADTLER, S... ...UGH C. H. CANDY, B.A., B.Sc., Lecturer on Chemistry in the London Hospital Medical College. 126 pp. Crown Svo, 35. 6d. net. (Postage 3d.) (1905) A TEX...

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Chemistry in the Service of Man

By: Findlay, Alexander

...erimental and speculative activity than those common territories where the sciences of chemistry and physics and chemistry and biology overlap. Chemis... ...hemistry was thereby inaugurated, known as the period of iatrochemistry or medical chemistry. 8 CHEMISTRY IN THE SERVICE OF MAN The teachings of Para... ...ut is becoming increasingly important for certain branches of chemical and medical research, because of the use of such isotopes as so-called tracer e... ...orizons, distant but sure. But it is not merely the domain of the material sciences which has been enriched by the investigations of stereochemistry ;... ... of the chemist. That was the period of what was called iatro-chemistry or medical chemistry. While the modern chemist would resent the restriction of... ... or less, with this view, although its inadequacy had been demonstrated by medical experience. It had long been known, for example, that one of the mo... ...lectricity, 249 cultural value of, 2 definition and scope of, i Chemistry, medical, 7 organic, 290 synthetic, 310, 330 Chemotherapy, 325 CHEVREUL, 85 ...

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Quains Elements Of Anatomy Vol II Part I : Neurology.

By: Schafer, E. A. Symington, J.
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Biophysical Research Methods

By: Uber, Fred Murray, 1905

... must resort to physical methods of research for the solution of biological, medical, and agricultural problems. Each chapter provides an authoritativ... ... State College, Ames, Iowa L. H. Gray, Radiotherapeutic Research Unit of the Medical Research Council, Hammersmith Hospital, London W. 12 Earle C. Gre... ...eveland 6, Ohio James D. Hardy, Department of Physiology, Cornell University Medical College, New York 21, N. Y. L. V. Heilbrunn, Department of Zoolog... ...ali- fornia Lawrence R. Prouty, Department of Physiology, Cornell University Medical College, New York 21, N. Y. Oscar W. Richards, Scientific Instrum... ...ls are constantly appraising the relative values of the several experimental sciences and of the more limited fields of in- vestigation within specifi... ...e in library research, a list of "guides" to-the litera- ture in the various sciences is included in the bibliography {13-18). These contain helpful s... ... as w^ell as source lists of specific reference materials for the individual sciences. In connection with reading the older literature, a word of caut... ...rikingly in a survey by Dunn {12), who analyzed 200 articles in the field of medical physiol- ogy, selected at random from American journals prior to ... ...tutions, do not pro- vide an adequate form of pubhcation in the experimental sciences. It is customary in this country to extract any original contrib...

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Report of program activities : National Institutes of Health. Clinical Center; Issue: 1963-64

By: National Institutes of Health (U. S. ). Clinical Center
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Report of program activities : National Institutes of Health. Clinical Center; Issue: 1967-68

By: National Institutes of Health (U. S. ). Clinical Center
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Report of program activities : National Institutes of Health. Clinical Center; Issue: 1962 Volume: 1

By: National Institutes of Health (U. S. ). Clinical Center
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Report of program activities : National Institutes of Health. Clinical Center; Issue: 1978

By: National Institutes of Health (U. S. ). Clinical Center
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Report of program activities : National Institutes of Health. Clinical Center; Issue: 1975

By: National Institutes of Health (U. S. ). Clinical Center
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Calcitonin Gene-related Peptide in the Language Artery Vazorelaksatsia

By: Guranda Arca
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Diagnostic and Prognostic Risk Stratification of Cardiovascular Damage in Children with Bronchial Asthma

By: Nino Chanturaia
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Untersuchungen über Mikroskopische Schäume und das Protoplasma; Versuche und Beobachtungen zur Lösung der Frage Nach den Physikalischen Bedingungen der Lebenserscheinungen

By: Bütschli, Johann Adam Otto, 1848-1920
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Untersuchungen über mikroskopische Schäume und das Protoplasma; Versuche und Beobachtungen zur Lösung der Frage nach den physikalischen Bedingungen der Lebenserscheinungen

By: Bütschli, Johann Adam Otto, 1848-1920
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Treatise On Powder Metallurgy Vol II

By: Goetzel, Claus G.
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Treatise On Powder Metallurgy Vol III

By: Goetzel, Claus G.
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