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Pflanzer – BIOPAC LABORATORY EXERCISES – Experimental Laboratory Physiology

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1 (2004)

Description:

BIOPAC has teamed up with several authors to add even more functionality to your systems.

As an alternative to the Biopac Student Lab Manual (MANBSL3S) that ships with each BSL system, Richard G. Pflanzer’s Experimental Laboratory Physiology includes BIOPAC exercises, giving you another view of how to use our lessons.

This lab manual covers EMG, EEG, ECG, BP, the cardiac cycle, pulse, respiratory cycle, and pulmonary function tests.

Author: Richard G. Pflanzer
Publisher: Kendall-Hunt
Price: online from Kendall-Hunt
ISBN: 978-0-7575-0386-3

This is not a BIOPAC product. Order BIOPAC LABORATORY EXERCISES from publisher or other bookseller using the ISBN provided.

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