1. Introduction - What's a Standard?2. Getting a Standard -- From the Library3. Getting a Standard -- Somewhere Else4. How to Cite Standards
1. Introduction2. Markets and Costs3. Reimbursements4. Articles and More in Engineering and Medicine5. Anatomy6. Statistics7. Regulations and Standards8. Funding
BME Modeling and Design, 580.111 (Haase)BME Design Group, 580.211/311/411 (Allen)Principles of Design of BME Instrumentation, 580.771 (Thakor)CBID Business of Bioengineering560.141: Perspectives on the Evolution of Structures
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