Control Theory in Biomedical Engineering: Applications in Physiology and Medical Robotics highlights the importance of control theory and feedback control in our lives and explains how this theory is central to future medical developments. Control theory is fundamental for understanding feedback paths in physiological systems (endocrine system, immune system, neurological system) and a concept for building artificial organs. The book is suitable for graduate students and researchers in the control engineering and biomedical engineering fields, and medical students and practitioners seeking to enhance their understanding of physiological processes, medical robotics (legs, hands, knees), and controlling artificial devices (pacemakers, insulin injection devices).
Control theory profoundly impacts the everyday lives of a large part of the human population including the disabled and the elderly who use assistive and rehabilitation robots for improving the quality of their lives and increasing their independence.
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1. Modeling and Control in Physiology
2. Mathematical Modeling of Cholesterol Homeostasis
3. Adaptive Control of Artificial Pancreas Systems for Treatment of Type 1 Diabetes
4. Modeling and Optimal Control of Cancer-immune System
5. Genetic Fuzzy Logic based System for Arrhythmia Classification
6. Modelling Simple and Complex Handwriting based on EMG Signals
Part II. Applications in Medical Robotics
7. Medical Robotics
8. Wearable Mechatronic Devices for Upper Limb Amputees
9. Exoskeletons in Upper limb Rehabilitation: A Review to Find key Challenges to Improve Functionality
10. A Double Pendulum Model for Human Walking Control on the Treadmill and Stride-to-stride Fluctuations: Control of Step Length, Time, Velocity and Position on the Treadmill
11. Continuum NasoXplorer Manipulator with Shape Memory Actuators for Transnasal Exploration
12. Tunable Stiffness using Negative Poisson's Ratio Towards Load-bearing Continuum Tubular Mechanisms in Medical Robotics