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Guide to biomedical engineering information resources
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Biomedical Engineering Encyclopedias & Handbooks

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Biomedical Technology and Devices, Second Edition - James Moore; Duncan J. Maitland
ISBN: 1439859590
Publication Date: 2013-06-25
Biomedical Technology and Devices, Second Edition focuses on the equipment, devices, and techniques used in modern medicine to diagnose, treat, and monitor human illnesses. This revised work adds ten new chapters,.


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Biomedical Engineering and Design, Vol. 2, Applications - Myer Kutz
Call Number: R856.15 .S732 2009eb
ISBN: 9780071498395
Publication Date: 2009-06-22




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Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering - Dunn, Constantinides, & Moghe
Call Number: R857 .M34 N86 2006
ISBN: 0121860310
Publication Date: 2006
Print edition also available.

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Statistics for bioengineering sciences with MATLAB and WinBUGS support - Vidakovic, Brani
Call Number: HA29 V53 2011eb
ISBN: 9781461403944
Publication Date: 2011

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Article Databases

Search article indexes/databases; use the Find Text@TAMU link (or the ChemPort link in SciFinder) for text retrieval options.
  • Compendex (Ei Village 2)  
      
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    Indexes the journal and conference literature of all fields of engineering.
  • IEEE eXplore
  • Medline (PubMed)  Icon
  • Medline (Ovid interface)  Icon
  • ProQuest SciTech Collection  Icon
    Formerly known as Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, this group of databases covers biotechnology, biomedical sciences, engineering and technology, and materials science.
  • Quertle
    Use Quertle's Power Terms and natural language to search the biomedical literature.
  • SciFinder  Icon
    From the American Chemical Society, SciFinder is the largest index for chemistry & materials science articles and data. Also covers the biomedical literature and patents. You will need to create your own individual log in to the web interface. Use the ChemPort link to access options for full-text retrieval.
  • Web of Science  Icon
    Cited reference search is used in this database to track how many cites to a given work. Search by topic keywords, then sort the results by times cited to see the most influential and foundational papers on a topic.

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