By Megh R Goyal
Artificial organs are one of many world’s maximum developments in medication. This e-book covers cardiopulmonary pass surgical procedure; man made hearts and pacemakers; stenting and ballooning; man made lungs, kidneys, and knees, dental protheses; and extra. it's a one-stop resource of simple wisdom and methods essential to comprehend, layout, strengthen, and review man made organs and prostheses. It covers the fundamental rules and functions, forms and mechanics, and biomaterials. it's a needs to for physicians, scientists, and educators.
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J. C. B. Turner at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore first described in vivo hemodialysis of rabbits, dogs (and later a 400 ml blood exchange in a human) with an artificial kidney made of collodion and using hirudin anticoagulant. 1915 —N. Richards and C. Drinker (Philadelphia) reported use of a screen oxygenator for perfusion of isolated organs in which venous blood flows by gravity down a cloth in an oxygen-rich atmosphere. 1916 — The anticoagulant heparin was discovered by McLean and Howell.
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Biomechanics of Artificial Organs and Prostheses by Megh R Goyal