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Stuart I. Fox’s The Laboratory Guide to Human Physiology, 13th Edition, includes BIOPAC exercises for EMG, ECG, EDA, Polygraph, and Pulmonary Function
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Includes BIOPAC lessons for exercises pertaining to recording the EEG, cardiovascular measurements (blood pressure, pulse, etc.), skeletal muscle recordings (EMG, contractions, fatigue), and respiratory measurements.
The Fox lab manual includes BIOPAC exercises for EMG, ECG, EDA, Polygraph, and Pulmonary Function. The manual is self-contained, so that students can prepare for the laboratory exercises and quizzes without having to refer to the textbook. The exercises in this manual have been carefully refined and updated to keep pace with changes in laboratory technology, computer-assisted instruction, biohazard health concerns, and vendor supply sources. Alternative procedures for users of BIOPAC are provided for several exercises:
Author: Stuart I. Fox, Los Angeles Pierce College Publisher: WCB/McGraw-Hill Copyright: 2013 ISBN 10: 0077427327 ISBN 13: 9780077427320
BIOPAC lessons are Also included in the 12e ISBN: 9780073347240, 11e, ISBN: 0-07-244087-2, 10e, ISBN: 0-07-244087-2, 9e, ISBN: 0-07-027236-0, and previous.
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