Biomech-Intro+and+Statics-Lecture 6

Biomech-Intro+and+Statics-Lecture 6 - medicine/exercise...

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Introduction to Biomechanics Biomechanics encompasses a lot of areas of study Implants Blood flow Tissues Cells Proteins and macromolecules
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Introduction to Biomechanics Specifically: Orthopaedics Cardiovascular mechanics Soft tissue mechanics Cell mechanics Molecular mechanics Ergonomics Rehab/physical therapy/sports
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Unformatted text preview: medicine/exercise science Trauma Introduction to Biomechanics What do all of these areas have in common? They study forces and changes in length (or stresses and strains) Brace materials, skeletal implants, bones, membranes, blood flow, molecules, atomic bonds...
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