BE 10 Discussion 3

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BE 10: Introduction to Bioengineering Discussion 3
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Initial Report due October 26 th Single-spaced, 4-5 pages, excluding references Don’t need to include executive summary Choose one product (specific model, specific company) Eg. Carpentier-Edwards PERIMOUNT Magna Ease Aortic Heart Valve (Edwards Lifesciences)
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References Format Journal article Authors. Journal article title. Journal title, year of publication; volume(issue): pages Website Author (if possible) or name of organization. Name of page. Retrieved __ (date) from name of site [web address]. Book Authors. Year. Book name. City: Publishing company. Newspaper article Author(s). (Year, date). Article title. Newspaper title, page.
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References References go on a separate page Number your references Don’t need to be alphabetized Usual chronology of references is by their appearance in the body of the report
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Citation Format Add a citation after specific information (eg. Statistics, clinical findings)
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