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Strain examinations of the left ventricle phantom by ultrasound and multislices computed tomography imaging
Publication date: Available online 27 March 2015 Source:Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering Author(s): Zbigniew Trawiński , Janusz Wójcik , Andrzej Nowicki , Robert Olszewski , Andrzej Balcerzak , Emilia Frankowska , Arkadiusz Zegadło , Paweł Rydzyński The main aim of this study was to verify the suitability of the hydrogel sonographic model of the left ventricle (LV) in the computed tomography (CT) environment and echocardiography and compare the radial strain calculations obtained by two different techniques: the speckle tracking ultrasonography and the multislices computed tomography (MSCT). The measurement...
Source: Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering - March 28, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Source Type: research

Starch based polyhydroxybutyrate production in engineered Escherichia coli.
Abstract Every year, the amount of chemosynthetic plastic accumulating in the environment is increasing, and significant time is required for decomposition. Bio-based, biodegradable plastic is a promising alternative, but its production is not yet a cost effective process. Decreasing the production cost of polyhydroxyalkanoate by utilizing renewable carbon sources for biosynthesis is an important aspect of commercializing this biodegradable polymer. An Escherichia coli strain that expresses a functional amylase and accumulate polyhydroxybutyrate (PHB), was constructed using different plasmids containing the amylase...
Source: Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering - March 28, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Authors: Bhatia SK, Shim YH, Jeon JM, Brigham CJ, Kim YH, Kim HJ, Seo HM, Lee JH, Kim JH, Yi DH, Lee YK, Yang YH Tags: Bioprocess Biosyst Eng Source Type: research

Design, Fabrication, and In Vitro Testing of an Anti-biofouling Glaucoma Micro-shunt.
Abstract Glaucoma, one of the leading causes of irreversible blindness, is a progressive neurodegenerative disease. Chronic elevated intraocular pressure (IOP), a prime risk factor for glaucoma, can be treated by aqueous shunts, implantable devices, which reduce IOP in glaucoma patients by providing alternative aqueous outflow pathways. Although initially effective at delaying glaucoma progression, contemporary aqueous shunts often lead to numerous complications and only 50% of implanted devices remain functional after 5 years. In this work, we introduce a novel micro-device which provides an innovative platform f...
Source: Annals of Biomedical Engineering - March 28, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Authors: Harake RS, Ding Y, Brown JD, Pan T Tags: Ann Biomed Eng Source Type: research

Patient-Specific Airway Wall Remodeling in Chronic Lung Disease.
Abstract Chronic lung disease affects more than a quarter of the adult population; yet, the mechanics of the airways are poorly understood. The pathophysiology of chronic lung disease is commonly characterized by mucosal growth and smooth muscle contraction of the airways, which initiate an inward folding of the mucosal layer and progressive airflow obstruction. Since the degree of obstruction is closely correlated with the number of folds, mucosal folding has been extensively studied in idealized circular cross sections. However, airflow obstruction has never been studied in real airway geometries; the behavior of...
Source: Annals of Biomedical Engineering - March 28, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Authors: Eskandari M, Kuschner WG, Kuhl E Tags: Ann Biomed Eng Source Type: research

Effect of the Mitral Valve's Anterior Leaflet on Axisymmetry of Transmitral Vortex Ring.
This study is a first step towards understanding the effects of the mitral valve's anterior leaflet on transmitral flow. We experimentally study a single-leaflet model of the mitral valve to investigate the effect of the anterior leaflet on the axisymmetry of the generated vortex ring based on the three-dimensional data acquired using defocusing digital particle image velocimetry. Vortex rings form downstream of a D-shaped orifice in presence or absence of the anterior leaflet in various physiological stroke ratios. The results of the statistical analysis indicate that the formed vortex ring downstream of a D-shaped orifi...
Source: Annals of Biomedical Engineering - March 28, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Authors: Falahatpisheh A, Pahlevan NM, Kheradvar A Tags: Ann Biomed Eng Source Type: research

A microfluidic device based on an evaporation-driven micropump.
Abstract In this paper we introduce a microfluidic device ultimately to be applied as a wearable sweat sensor. We show proof-of-principle of the microfluidic functions of the device, namely fluid collection and continuous fluid flow pumping. A filter-paper based layer, that eventually will form the interface between the device and the skin, is used to collect the fluid (e.g., sweat) and enter this into the microfluidic device. A controllable evaporation driven pump is used to drive a continuous fluid flow through a microfluidic channel and over a sensing area. The key element of the pump is a micro-porous membrane ...
Source: Biomedical Microdevices - March 27, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Authors: Nie C, Frijns AJ, Mandamparambil R, den Toonder JM Tags: Biomed Microdevices Source Type: research

Mapping of Contributions From Collateral Ligaments to Overall Knee Joint Constraint: An Experimental Cadaveric Study
Understanding the contribution of the soft-tissues to total joint constraint (TJC) is important for predicting joint kinematics, developing surgical procedures, and increasing accuracy of computational models. Previous studies on the collateral ligaments have focused on quantifying strain and tension properties under discrete loads or kinematic paths; however, there has been little work to quantify collateral ligament contribution over a broad range of applied loads and range of motion (ROM) in passive constraint. To accomplish this, passive envelopes were collected from nine cadaveric knees instrumented with implantable p...
Source: Journal of Biomechanical Engineering - March 27, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Source Type: research

Stability of Carotid Artery Under Steady-State and Pulsatile Blood Flow: A Fluid–Structure Interaction Study
The objective of this study was to simulate the buckling and post-buckling behaviors of the carotid artery under pulsatile flow using a fully coupled fluid–structure interaction (FSI) method. The artery wall was modeled as a nonlinear material with a two-fiber strain-energy function. FSI simulations were performed under steady-state flow and pulsatile flow conditions with a prescribed flow velocity profile at the inlet and different pressures at the outlet to determine the critical buckling pressure. Simulations were performed for normal (160 ml/min) and high (350 ml/min) flow rates and normal (1.5) and reduced (1.3) axi...
Source: Journal of Biomechanical Engineering - March 27, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Source Type: research

A Three-Dimensional Ankle Kinetostatic Model to Simulate Loaded and Unloaded Joint Motion
A kinetostatic model able to replicate both the natural unloaded motion of the tibiotalar (or ankle) joint and the joint behavior under external loads is presented. The model is developed as the second step of a sequential procedure, which allows the definition of a kinetostatic model as a generalization of a kinematic model of the joint defined at the first step. Specifically, this kinematic model taken as the starting point of the definition procedure is a parallel spatial mechanism which replicates the ankle unloaded motion. It features two rigid bodies (representing the tibia–fibula and the talus–calcaneus complexe...
Source: Journal of Biomechanical Engineering - March 27, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Source Type: research

A Class of Multivariate Denoising Algorithms Based on Synchrosqueezing
Univariate thresholding techniques based on high resolution time-frequency algorithms, such as the synchrosqueezing transform, have emerged as important tools in removing noise from real world data. Low cost multichannel sensor technology has highlighted the need for direct multivariate denoising, and to this end, we introduce a class of multivariate denoising techniques based on the synchrosqueezing transform. This is achieved by partitioning the time-frequency domain so as to identify a set of modulated oscillations common to the constituent data channels within multivariate data, and by employing a modified universal th...
Source: IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing - March 27, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Source Type: research

Clutter Subspace Estimation in Low Rank Heterogeneous Noise Context
This paper addresses the problem of the Clutter Subspace Projector (CSP) estimation in the context of a disturbance composed of a Low Rank (LR) heterogeneous clutter, modeled here by a Spherically Invariant Random Vector (SIRV), plus a white Gaussian noise (WGN). In such context, the corresponding LR adaptive filters and detectors require less training vectors than classical methods to reach equivalent performance. Unlike classical adaptive processes, which are based on an estimate of the noise Covariance Matrix (CM), the LR processes are based on a CSP estimate. This CSP estimate is usually derived from a Singular Value D...
Source: IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing - March 27, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Source Type: research

Low-Complexity Multiclass Encryption by Compressed Sensing
The idea that compressed sensing may be used to encrypt information from unauthorized receivers has already been envisioned but never explored in depth since its security may seem compromised by the linearity of its encoding process. In this paper, we apply this simple encoding to define a general private-key encryption scheme in which a transmitter distributes the same encoded measurements to receivers of different classes, which are provided partially corrupted encoding matrices and are thus allowed to decode the acquired signal at provably different levels of recovery quality. The security properties of this scheme are ...
Source: IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing - March 27, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Source Type: research

Corrections to “A Neuro-Fuzzy Approach for Medical Image Fusion” [Dec 13 3347-3353]
The title of the paper in reference (S. Das and M. K. Kundu, ???A neuro-fuzzy approach for medical image fusion,??? IEEE Trans. Biomed. Eng., vol. 60, no. 12, pp. 3347???3353) should have read ???A note on grey level-intensity transformation: effect on HVS thresholding.??? (Source: IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering)
Source: IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering - March 27, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Source Type: research

Valoriser le métier d’ingénieur biomédical : des fiches pratiques pour décrire concrètement ses missions et ses actions
Publication date: Available online 26 March 2015 Source:IRBM News Author(s): M. Decouvelaere (Source: IRBM News)
Source: IRBM News - March 27, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Source Type: research

Ethanol production from rape straw by a two-stage pretreatment under mild conditions.
Abstract The growing interest on rape oil as raw material for biodiesel production has resulted in an increasing availability of rape straw, an agricultural residue that is an attractive renewable source for the production of second-generation bioethanol. Pretreatment is one of the key steps in such a conversion process. In this work, a sequential two-stage pretreatment with dilute sulfuric acid (130 °C, 60 min, 2 % w/v H2SO4) followed by H2O2 (1-5 % w/v) in alkaline medium (NaOH) at low temperature (60, 90 °C) and at different pretreatment times (30-90 min) was investigated. The first-acid stage allows the...
Source: Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering - March 27, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Authors: Romero I, López-Linares JC, Delgado Y, Cara C, Castro E Tags: Bioprocess Biosyst Eng Source Type: research

Effect of Transmural Transport Properties on Atheroma Plaque Formation and Development.
Abstract We propose a mathematical model of atheroma plaque initiation and early development in coronary arteries using anisotropic transmural diffusion properties. Our current approach is on the process on plaque initiation and intimal thickening rather than in severe plaque progression and rupture phenomena. The effect of transport properties, in particular the anisotropy of diffusion properties of the artery, on plaque formation and development is investigated using the proposed mathematical model. There is not a strong influence of the anisotropic transmural properties on LDL, SMCs and collagen distribution and...
Source: Annals of Biomedical Engineering - March 27, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Authors: Cilla M, Martínez MA, Peña E Tags: Ann Biomed Eng Source Type: research

East Africa: Rwanda to Champion E-Health in EAC
[New Times] Rwanda was yesterday selected to be East Africa's centre of excellence in e-health and biomedical engineering as well as health vaccines and immunisation logistics. (Source: AllAfrica News: Health and Medicine)
Source: AllAfrica News: Health and Medicine - March 26, 2015 Category: African Health Source Type: news

Hand-in-hand advances in biomedical engineering and sensorimotor restoration - Pisotta I, Perruchoud D, Ionta S.
BACKGROUND: Living in a multisensory world entails the continuous sensory processing of environmental information in order to enact appropriate motor routines. The interaction between our body and our brain is the crucial factor for achieving such sensorim... (Source: SafetyLit: All (Unduplicated))
Source: SafetyLit: All (Unduplicated) - March 26, 2015 Category: Global & Universal Tags: Engineering, Physics, Structural Soundness and Failure Source Type: news

The Mechanical, Structural, and Compositional Changes of Tendon Exposed to Elastase.
Abstract The mechanical response of tendon is dependent on the interaction of structural molecules that constitute the extracellular matrix. However, little is known about the role of elastic fibers that are present in this structure. Elastase treatments have been used to elucidate the mechanical role of elastic fibers in numerous tissues. Here, we show that a standard elastase treatment affects the mechanical properties of tendon, including the ultimate tensile strength and failure strain. Moreover, elastase-treated specimens exhibit significant structural and compositional changes including crimp undulation and r...
Source: Annals of Biomedical Engineering - March 26, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Authors: Grant TM, Yapp C, Chen Q, Czernuszka JT, Thompson MS Tags: Ann Biomed Eng Source Type: research

Development and Validation of Statistical Models of Femur Geometry for Use with Parametric Finite Element Models.
Abstract Statistical models were developed that predict male and female femur geometry as functions of age, body mass index (BMI), and femur length as part of an effort to develop lower-extremity finite element models with geometries that are parametric with subject characteristics. The process for developing these models involved extracting femur geometry from clinical CT scans of 62 men and 36 women, fitting a template finite element femur mesh to the surface geometry of each patient, and then programmatically determining thickness at each nodal location. Principal component analysis was then performed on the thi...
Source: Annals of Biomedical Engineering - March 26, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Authors: Klein KF, Hu J, Reed MP, Hoff CN, Rupp JD Tags: Ann Biomed Eng Source Type: research

A soft, stretchable and conductive biointerface for cell mechanobiology.
Abstract In mechanobiology the study of cell response to mechanical stimuli is fundamental, and the involved processes (i.e., mechanotransduction) need to be investigated by interfacing (mechanically and electrically) with the cells in dynamic and non-invasive natural-like conditions. In this work, we present a novel soft, stretchable and conductive biointerface that allows both cell mechanical stimulation and dynamic impedance recording. The biointerface stretchability and conductivity, jointly to the biocompatibility and transparency needed to perform cell culture studies, were obtained by exploiting the formatio...
Source: Biomedical Microdevices - March 24, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Authors: Bernardeschi I, Greco F, Ciofani G, Marino A, Mattoli V, Mazzolai B, Beccai L Tags: Biomed Microdevices Source Type: research

Rotational Stiffness of American Football Shoes Affects Ankle Biomechanics and Injury Severity
While previous studies have investigated the effect of shoe–surface interaction on injury risk, few studies have examined the effect of rotational stiffness of the shoe. The hypothesis of the current study was that ankles externally rotated to failure in shoes with low rotational stiffness would allow more talus eversion than those in shoes with a higher rotational stiffness, resulting in less severe injury. Twelve (six pairs) cadaver lower extremities were externally rotated to gross failure while positioned in 20 deg of pre-eversion and 20 deg of predorsiflexion by fixing the distal end of the foot, axially loading...
Source: Journal of Biomechanical Engineering - March 24, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Source Type: research

In vitro-analysis of kinematics and intradiscal pressures in cervical arthroplasty versus fusion – A biomechanical study in a sheep model with two semi-constrained prosthesis
Conclusion: The results of this biomechanical study indicate that single-level implantation of semi-constrained TDR lead to a certain hypermobility in the treated segments with lowering the ROM in the adjacent levels in almost all situations. (Source: BioMedical Engineering OnLine)
Source: BioMedical Engineering OnLine - March 24, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Authors: Dorothea DaentzerBastian WelkeChristof HurschlerNathalie HusmannChristina JansenChristian FlammeBerna Richter Source Type: research

Robust phase-based texture descriptor for classification of breast ultrasound images
Background: Classification of breast ultrasound (BUS) images is an important step in the computer-aided diagnosis (CAD) system for breast cancer. In this paper, a novel phase-based texture descriptor is proposed for efficient and robust classifiers to discriminate benign and malignant tumors in BUS images.MethodThe proposed descriptor, namely the phased congruency-based binary pattern (PCBP) is an oriented local texture descriptor that combines the phase congruency (PC) approach with the local binary pattern (LBP). The support vector machine (SVM) is further applied for the tumor classification. To verify the efficiency of...
Source: BioMedical Engineering OnLine - March 24, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Authors: Lingyun CaiXin WangYuanyuan WangYi GuoJinhua YuYi Wang Source Type: research

Electrochemical immunosensor with NiAl-layered double hydroxide/graphene nanocomposites and hollow gold nanospheres double-assisted signal amplification.
Abstract A sensitive electrochemical immunosensor based on NiAl-layered double hydroxide/graphene nanocomposites (NiAl-LDH/G) and hollow gold nanospheres (HGNs) was proposed for chlorpyrifos detection. The NiAl-LDH/G was prepared using a conventional coprecipitation process and reduction of the supporting graphene oxide. Subsequently, the nanocomposites were dispersed with chitosan (CS). The NiAl-LDH/G possessed good electrochemical behavior and high binding affinity to the electrode. The high surface areas of HGNs and the vast aminos and hydroxyls of CS provided a platform for the covalently crosslinking of antibo...
Source: Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering - March 24, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Authors: Qiao L, Guo Y, Sun X, Jiao Y, Wang X Tags: Bioprocess Biosyst Eng Source Type: research

Regional survey of entrance surface dose to patients from X-ray examinations in Saudi Arabia
Abstract The aim of this study was to evaluate the entrance surface doses (ESDs) to patients undergoing chest and lumbar spine X-ray examinations in Najran, Saudi Arabia. ESD per examination was estimated from X-ray tube output parameters in two hospitals comprising three X-ray units and a sample of 137 radiographs. Hospital mean ESDs estimated range from 0.068 to 0.34 mGy for chest posteroanterior, 0.44–3.42 mGy for lumbar spine anteroposterior and 0.96–7.98 mGy for lumbar spine lateral. The results are useful to national and professional organizations and can be used as a baseline upon which future dose meas...
Source: Australasian Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine - March 24, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Source Type: research

Sensors, Vol. 15, Pages 6947-6995: The Application of Biomedical Engineering Techniques to the Diagnosis and Management of Tropical Diseases: A Review
This paper reviews a number of biomedical engineering approaches to help aid in the detection and treatment of tropical diseases such as dengue, malaria, cholera, schistosomiasis, lymphatic filariasis, ebola, leprosy, leishmaniasis, and American trypanosomiasis (Chagas). Many different forms of non-invasive approaches such as ultrasound, echocardiography and electrocardiography, bioelectrical impedance, optical detection, simplified and rapid serological tests such as lab-on-chip and micro-/nano-fluidic platforms and medical support systems such as artificial intelligence clinical support systems are discussed. The paper a...
Source: Sensors - March 23, 2015 Category: Biotechnology Authors: Fatimah IbrahimTzer ThioTarig FaisalMichael Neuman Tags: Review Source Type: research

Drug coated microneedles for minimally-invasive treatment of oral carcinomas: development and in vitro evaluation.
The objective of this study was to develop coated microneedles as a novel device for direct and minimally invasive intratumoral delivery of anti-cancer drugs. Poly(lactic-co-glycolic) acid (PLGA) nanoparticles encapsulating doxorubicin (DOX) were prepared and coated on inplane (1D) microneedles. Microscopic evaluation of 3D tissue phantoms and porcine cadaver buccal tissues that were treated with 1D microneedle arrays coated with DOX-PLGA nanoparticles demonstrated that DOX could diffuse both laterally and vertically in to the tissues and produced cellular cytotoxicity. Out of plane (2D) microneedle arrays measuring 1 cm ...
Source: Biomedical Microdevices - March 22, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Authors: Ma Y, Boese SE, Luo Z, Nitin N, Gill HS Tags: Biomed Microdevices Source Type: research

Tapered-slit membrane filters for high-throughput viable circulating tumor cell isolation.
Abstract This paper presents tapered-slit membrane filters for high-throughput viable circulating tumor cell (CTC) isolation. The membrane filter with a 2D array of vertical tapered slits with a gap that is wide at the entrance and gradually decreases with depth, provide minimal cell stress and reduce 82.14 % of the stress generated in conventional straight-hole filters. We designed two types of tapered-slit filters, Filters 6 and 8, respectively, containing the tapered slits with outlet widths of 6 μm and 8 μm at a slit density of 34,445/cm(2) on the membrane. We fabricated the vertical slits with a tapered a...
Source: Biomedical Microdevices - March 22, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Authors: Kang YT, Doh I, Cho YH Tags: Biomed Microdevices Source Type: research

Heart monitoring using left ventricle impedance and ventricular electrocardiography in left ventricular assist device patients
Background: Patients who develop critical arrhythmia during left ventricular assist device (LVAD) perfusion have a low survival rate. For diagnosis of unexpected heart abnormalities, new heart-monitoring methods are required for patients supported by LVAD perfusion. Ventricular electrocardiography using electrodes implanted in the ventricle to detect heart contractions is unsuitable if the heart is abnormal. Left ventricular impedance (LVI) is useful for monitoring heart movement but does not show abnormal action potential in the heart muscle.ObjectivesTo detect detailed abnormal heart conditions, we obtained ventricular e...
Source: BioMedical Engineering OnLine - March 21, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Authors: Keun HerChi AhnSung ParkSeong Choi Source Type: research

Erratum to: Pulsatile Perfusion Bioreactor System for Durability Testing and Compliance Estimation of Tissue Engineered Vascular Grafts.
PMID: 25794963 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher] (Source: Annals of Biomedical Engineering)
Source: Annals of Biomedical Engineering - March 21, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Authors: Diamantouros SE, Hurtado-Aguilar LG, Schmitz-Rode T, Mela P, Jockenhoevel S Tags: Ann Biomed Eng Source Type: research

A Systematic Assessment of the Use of Platelet-Rich Plasma in Spinal Fusion.
The objective of this review is to systematically discuss the role of PRP in augmentation of bone regeneration for the purpose of spinal fusion. Background information on PRP, including a discussion of its preparation, activation, and growth factors, is included. Additionally, data from in vitro studies utilizing PRP in bone tissue engineering strategies is analyzed, and the available animal and clinical studies are systematically reviewed in order to provide guidance on future research pathways as well as the potential role of PRP in spinal fusion surgery. PMID: 25794962 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher] (Source: An...
Source: Annals of Biomedical Engineering - March 21, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Authors: Elder BD, Holmes C, Goodwin CR, Lo SF, Puvanesarajah V, Kosztowski TA, Locke JE, Witham TF Tags: Ann Biomed Eng Source Type: research

Five-Dimensional Depth-Velocity Filtering for Enhancing Moving Objects in Light Field Videos
Five-dimensional (5-D) light field video (LFV) (also known as plenoptic video) is a more powerful form of representing information of dynamic scenes compared to conventional three-dimensional (3-D) video. In this paper, the 5-D spectrum of an object in an LFV is derived for the important practical case of objects moving with constant velocity and at constant depth. In particular, it is shown that the region of support (ROS) of the 5-D spectrum is a skewed 3-D hyperfan in the 5-D frequency domain, with the degree of skew depending on the velocity and depth of the moving object. Based on this analysis, a 5-D depth-velocity d...
Source: IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing - March 20, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Source Type: research

Generalized Selection Combining for Cognitive Relay Networks Over Nakagami- Fading
We consider transmit antenna selection with receive generalized selection combining (TAS/GSC) for cognitive decode-and-forward (DF) relaying in Nakagami-$m$ fading channels. In an effort to assess the performance, the probability density function and the cumulative distribution function of the end-to-end SNR are derived using the moment generating function, from which new exact closed-form expressions for the outage probability and the symbol error rate are derived. We then derive a new closed-form expression for the ergodic capacity. More important, by deriving the asymptotic expressions for the outage probability and the...
Source: IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing - March 20, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Source Type: research

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Source: IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing - March 20, 2015 Category: Biomedical Engineering Source Type: research