BE 10 Discussion 1

BE 10 Discussion 1 - Spend some time and effort to obtain...

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BE 10 Introduction to Bioengineering Discussion 1
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TA Information Linda Wang Email: lwang111@ucla.edu Meghdi Babakhanlou Email: mbabakhanlou@ucla.edu Please write “BE 10” in the subject of your emails Office Hours: By appointment
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Class Participation Ask a question and record the answer and send both to Meg with 24 hours of the lecture period Write “BE 10 Class Participation Question” in the heading of your email If the entire class asks 20 questions during a lecture period, all attendees can receive the maximum credit Those that did not ask a question can get the credit only if they attended lecture and submit 2 questions and answers over the entire quarter Send in the two questions and answers by November 27 th at 5:00 pm
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What’s expected of you Find an FDA-approved device Look up information from corporate, government, medical, and news websites Look up information from journal articles (clinical trials) Cite and reference your sources properly
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Unformatted text preview: Spend some time and effort to obtain the information Example devices Adhesives and sealants Biomedical sensors Cardiovascular (heart valves, vascular grafts, pacemakers, ventricular assist devices) Drug Design and Drug delivery systems Lasers for surgery, dermatology, or ophthalmology Opthalmologic implants and materials Orthopedic implants, materials, and orthobiologics Skin Replacement, Burn dressings How to find a device FDA Approved Devices http://www.fda.gov/cdrh/ www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/cdrh/devicesatfda/index.c How to Access Articles On Campus All computer facilities (SEASNET, etc) Libraries Off Campus UCLA proxy server (VPN)- Download VPN from Bruin OnLine (BOL) ( www.bol.ucla.edu )- Click on Proxy Server Interlibrary Loan Where to look for articles PubMed www.pubmed.gov Google Scholar scholar.google.com...
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This note was uploaded on 11/06/2011 for the course BE 10 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at UCLA.

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