Über den Autor
Mordechay Schlesinger is a professor at the University of Windsor.
Applications of electrochemistry in medicine.- Applications of electrochemistry in the design and development of medical technologies and devices.- Intracoronary stents: Medical devices at the interface of biology and electrochemistry.- Screen printed electrodes open new vistas in sensing: Application to medical diagnosis.- Electrochemical glucose sensors and their application in diabetes management.- Electrochemistry of adhesion and spreading of lipid vesicles on electrodes.- Bio-electrochemistry and chalcogens.- Conductive polymer-based materials for medical electroanalytic applications.- Experimental and theoretical issues of nanoplasmonics in medicine.- Modeling and measuring extravascular hemoglobin: Aging contusions.- Model of tumor growth and response to radiation.
Medical Applications of Electrochemistry, a volume of the series Modern Aspects of Electrochemistry, illustrates the interdisciplinary nature of modern science by indicating the many current issues in medicine that are susceptible to solution by electrochemical methods. This book also suggests how personalized medicine can develop.
Describes the use of electrochemistry in medicine
Paves the way for personalized medicine
Opens the vista to nanomedicine