Dhanjoo N. Ghista

Framingham State University United States of America

As R. S. Kye has written in the article Professor with a mission, [Dhanjoo Ghista] is a professor of professors, a world authority in biomedical engineering and physics, author or editor of several textbooks in subjects ranging from cardiovascular physics to African Rural Development and inventor of life-saving implant devices. A pioneer of research into the effect of space travel on astronauts, his work as the founder and leading exponent of the new science of societal engineering has received recognition from academics and institutions alike. Along with having being editor-in-chief of Automedica (an international journal of high-tech medicine), Prof. Dr. Dhanjoo N. Ghista has published over 450 works in the fields of engineering science, biomedical engineering, medical science, and social sciences. He has also published 29 books on biomedical engineering, engineering physiology, cardiovascular physics, orthopedic mechanics, medical and life physics, spinal injury biomedical engineering, socio-economic democracy and world government, and African development. He is a pioneer in the fields of biomedical engineering, healthcare engineering and management, governance and economy, and urban-rural sustainable community development, and is committed to the advancement of rural communities and developing countries.

Dhanjoo N. Ghista

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This innovative book integrates the disciplines of biomedical science, biomedical engineering, biotechnology, physiological engineering, and hospital management technology. Herein, Biomedical science covers topics on disease pathways, models and treatment mechanisms, and the roles of red palm oil and phytomedicinal plants in reducing HIV and diabetes complications by enhancing antioxidant activity. Biomedical engineering coves topics of biomaterials (biodegradable polymers and magnetic nanomaterials), coronary stents, contact lenses, modelling of flows through tubes of varying cross-section, heart rate variability analysis of diabetic neuropathy, and EEG analysis in brain function assessment. Biotechnology covers the topics of hydrophobic interaction chromatography, protein scaffolds engineering, liposomes for construction of vaccines, induced pluripotent stem cells to fix genetic diseases by regenerative approaches, polymeric drug conjugates for improving the efficacy of anticancer drugs, and genetic modification of animals for agricultural use. Physiological engineering deals with mathematical modelling of physiological (cardiac, lung ventilation, glucose regulation) systems and formulation of indices for medical assessment (such as cardiac contractility, lung disease status, and diabetes risk). Finally, Hospital management science and technology involves the application of both biomedical engineering and industrial engineering for cost-effective operation of a hospital.

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