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Bio-medical Materials and Engineering

Description
an international journal

 

Status
active
Indexing
CPX, Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, Ceramic Abstracts, Corrosion Abstracts, EBSCO database, EMBASE, EMCare, Materials Business File-Steels Alert, Materials Science Citation Index®, Metals Abstracts/METADEX, Pubmed, SCOPUS, Science Citation Index-Expanded (SciSearch®)
Subject

Source type
Journal
Publisher
ISBN ISSN
0959-2989
E ISSN
1878-3619
First volume
1
Last volume
19+
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Description
The aim of Bio-Medical Materials and Engineering is to promote the welfare of humans and to help them keep healthy. This international journal is an interdisciplinary journal that publishes original research papers, review articles and brief notes on materials and engineering for biological and medical systems. Articles in this peer-reviewed journal cover a wide range of topics, including, but not limited to: Engineering as applied to improving diagnosis, therapy, and prevention of disease and injury, and better substitutes for damaged or disabled human organs; Studies of biomaterial interactions with the human body, bio-compatibility, interfacial and interaction problems; Biomechanical behavior under biological and/or medical conditions; Mechanical and biological properties of membrane biomaterials; Cellular and tissue engineering, physiological, biophysical, biochemical bioengineering aspects; Implant failure fields and degradation of implants. Biomimetics engineering and materials including system analysis as supporter for aged people and as rehabilitation; Bioengineering and materials technology as applied to the decontamination against environmental problems; Biosensors, bioreactors, bioprocess instrumentation and control system; Application to food engineering; Standardization problems on biomaterials and related products; Assessment of reliability and safety of biomedical materials and man-machine systems; and Product liability of biomaterials and related products.


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