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BMES-813 Biomedical Instrumentation
Campus SMME
Programs PG
Session Fall Semester 2016
Course Title Biomedical Instrumentation
Course Code BMES-813
Credit Hours 3-0
Pre-Requisutes
Course Objectives The students will acquire knowledge in medicine and learn to communicate with physicians adequately to understand and consider their thoughts completely. They shall learn about the working principles and application of modern medical products. The students shall know about the application of current medical products in diagnosis and therapy and be able to critically evaluate data and draw conclusions. The students shall be prepared for the international labour market and should have the ability to work and communicate effectively in national and international contexts. The students shall learn to apply research methods.
Detail Content Introduction to Biomedical Engineering, history, semantics in different countries.
Medical Terminology, major organ systems, generation of bioelectrical potentials, a generalized medical instrument, system-transfer function.
Measurement of flow, flow sensors, Measurements of the respiratory system, physiology and instruments.
Body temperature and temperature sensors.
Incubators: Physiology and instruments.
Bioelectrodes and Biopotential (EMG and EEG).
ECG (Eindhoven, Goldberger, Wilson), 3D Projection
Cardiac rhythm interpretation with relationship to defibrillation and pacing.
Bioinstrumentation amplifiers, noise, electrical field, shielding,
driven right leg concept.
Pumps: infusion, perfusion, insulin pumps, safety concepts
Basic working concepts of diagnostic ultrasound, plain x-ray, CT, MRI, PET.
Blood flow measurement by ultrasound, laser, and electromagnetic methods.
Text/Ref Books Webster. John G: Medical Instrumentation, 3rd edition, Wiley and Sons.
Time Schedule Fall Semester 2014
Faculty/Resource Person Dr.MurtazaNajabat Ali PhD (United Kingdom)
Discipline: Biomedical Engineering
Specialization: Bioprosthesis and Biomaterials
and
Dr. Umar Ansari PhD (Australia)
Discipline: Biomedical Engineering
Specialization: Biomechanics and Bioinstrumentation