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Tissue in bulk is quite a good conductor of electricity which makes it a good source of diagnostic information
Man is really a tube about 10 metres long, if one considers the path between mouth and anus in which all our food is digested. So how can we explore the inside of this tube?
During this course of lectures you, the audience, will get some impression of the personality and mood of the speaker, try to identify the clues on which you base your conclusions!
In this lecture we will endeavour to measure the efficiency of the human engine and compare it with that of a small petrol driven generator.
One of the more difficult measurements is to find out how much blood the heart is actually pumping and how efficiently it does it. We shall try and find out all these things without spilling a drop!
How does electromagnetic radiation and ultrasounds enable us to investigate the inside of a body?
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