Class 09-72 - Bioremediation - Quiz Answers

Class 09-72 - Bioremediation - Quiz Answers - NGR / BRAE...

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Unformatted text preview: NGR / BRAE 213- 2 ENGR / BRAE 213 72 Bioengineering Fundamentals November 19 th , 2008 ioremediation Bioremediation lass Outline Class Outline iomedical Imaging at Biomedical Imaging at Review from last time Quiz review Traditional Remediation Bioremediation inal Exam Final Exam Biomedical Imaging at ptical biopsy using fluorescent microscopy Optical biopsy using fluorescent microscopy Dr. Lily Laiho Assistant Professor Biomedical Engineering eview- iomedical Imaging Review Biomedical Imaging ioengineering as an application of Bioengineering as an application of physical sciences, mathematics, and ngineering to medicine Atoms engineering to medicine Diagnose & monitor disease Molecules Cells Tissues rgans Organs Organisms Populations Biomedical Imaging- High Energy 2-D image Requires high contrast 3-D image possible Detect anything that changes absorption of x-rays y iomedical Imaging- igh Energy Biomedical Imaging High Energy Brain tumor Alzheimers adiation Doses Radiation Doses Radiation Exposure The average radiation exposure in the US- 300 mrem hest x y rem Chest x-ray 6 mrem CT Scan 110 mrem 2-6 miles from Chernobyl 50,000 mrem Moderate dose to treat liver cancer 1,500,000 mrem Lethal dose 450,000 mrem 20 in 1000 patients exposed to >2,000mrem per year iomedical Imaging- ow Energy Biomedical Imaging Low Energy (More complicated) 3-D image possible quasi 3-D image g p Detect based on hydrogen content Used to image microcirculation based on hemoglobin absorption iomedical Imaging- ow Energy Biomedical Imaging Low Energy Computer Piezoelectric crystal processor Ultrasound is only used for imaging fetuses A. True B. False What atomic property is...
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This note was uploaded on 06/16/2010 for the course BRAE 213 taught by Professor Hazelwood during the Fall '08 term at Cal Poly.

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Class 09-72 - Bioremediation - Quiz Answers - NGR / BRAE...

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