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Martin – Laboratory Manual for Human A&P

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2nd edition

Description:

BIOPAC in Martin lab manualTerry R. Martin’s Laboratory Manual for Human A&P includes BIOPAC® exercises, giving you another view of how to use our lessons in addition to the Biopac Student Laboratory Manual that ships with each BSL system.

Biopac Student Lab exercises included in Martin’s 2nd Edition (ISBN-13 9780077583156):

Lesson 1 EMG Standard & Integrated EMG
Lesson 2 EMG Motor Unit Recruitment
Lesson 3 EEG
Lesson 5 ECG
Lesson 12 Pulmonary Function

Author Terry Martin’s forty years of teaching anatomy and physiology courses, authorship of three laboratory manuals, and active involvement in the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS) drove his determination to create a lab manual with an innovative approach that would benefit students.

Laboratory Manual for Human Anatomy and Physiology includes a cat version and a fetal pig version. Each of these versions includes sixty-one laboratorty exercises, supplemental labs found online, and six cat or fetal pig dissection labs. The Main Version contains no dissection exercises. All three versions are written to work well with any anatomy and physiology text.


Also availble:

Laboratory Manuals for Human Anatomy & Physiology
2/e-Rat Version
ISBN 007-751843-8
Muscular System – Electromyography: BIOPAC – Exercise 205, Lab Assessment 215
Nervous System – Electroencephalography I: BIOPAC – Exercise 317, Lab Assess. 323
Cardiovascular System – Electrocardiography: BIOPAC – Exercise 457, Lab Assess. 463
Respiratory System – Spirometry: BIOPAC – Exercise 521, Lab Assessment 527


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