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Biomedical Engineering

          Biomedical Engineering at APL: Guest Editor’s Introduction
          S. P. Yanek


          AMPDXA for Precision Bone Loss Measurements on Earth and in Space
          H. K. Charles Jr., M. H. Chen, T. S. Spisz, T. J. Beck, H. S. Feldmesser, T. C. Magee, and B. P. Huang

          Simulation of Integrated Physiology Based on an Astronaut Exercise Protocol
          J. E. Coolahan, A. B. Feldman, and S. P. Murphy


          Development of Field Portable Ventilator Systems for Domestic and Military Emergency Medical Response
          C. W. Kerechanin II, P. N. Cutchis, J. A. Vincent, D. G. Smith, and D. S. Wenstrand

          Stress Fracture Risk Analysis of the Human Femur Based on Computational Biomechanics
          L. Voo, M. Armand, and M. Kleinberger


          Neural Blockade Anesthesia Monitor
          W. I. Sternberger and R. S. Greenberg

          Computer-Aided Orthopedic Surgery with Near-Real-Time Biomechanical Feedback
          M. Armand, J. V. S. Lepistö, A. C. Merkle, K. Tallroth, X. Liu, R. H. Taylor, and J. Wenz


          Outpatient Management of Chronic Diseases Using the TeleWatch Patient Monitoring System
          J. G. Palmer and J. A. Spaeder

          Transdermal Optical Communications
          J. L. Abita and W. Schneider

          The Driver Monitor System: A Means of Assessing Driver Performance
          K. C. Baldwin, D. D. Duncan, and S. K. West


          Publications, Conferences with Proceedings, Presentations, and Colloquia
          Compiled by L. M. Mercer

          Inside Front Cover Editorial Information

          Inside Back Cover Illustration

Icon The Cover: APL’s biomedical engineering projects have often produced technologies that offer capability for understanding complex causes of disease and their impact on humans. The cover illustrates APL’s work in applied research, hardware and software development, and modeling and simulation. APL’s biomedical technology is shown delivering quality care to an aging population while enabing Laboratory sponsors to perform their missions. (Cover design by Kenneth R. Moscati.)

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