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  Course Syllabus

 

A) Physiological Measurements Techniques

COURSE:        BMT225

UNITS:           2+1=3    (8 Hrs)

DESCRIPTION:

Measurements and errors. System of units. Multimeters. Oscilloscopes. Instruments measuring basic physical parameters such as current. voltage. Ohm. inductance. capacitance. strain and pressure. Static and dynamic performance of instruments.

TEXTBOOK:

Electronic Instruments and Measurements

I. D. Jones and A. F. Chin, Prentice Hall  

REFERENCES:

1.     1.   Principles of Measurements and Instrumentation

   ­A. S. Morris

         2. Modem Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques  A. Helfick and W. D. Cooper

D.       3. Medical Instrumentation

        A. J. Webster

GOALS:

The student should be able to use measurement instruments and make measurements of physiological quantities.

PREREQUISITES BY TOPIC:

Physics

Electric circuits

 TOPICS:

Introduction to instrumentation ........................................................................................ (1 hr)

Units and standards .................................................................................. (2 hrs)

Errors and statistical analysis of errors in measurements .................................. (2 hrs)

Static and dynamic characteristics of instruments .......................................... (2 hrs)

DC and AC meters .................................................................................... (4 hrs)

DC and AC bridges .................................................................................... (4 hrs)

Physiological oscilloscopes ......................................................................... (3 hrs)

Biomedical electronic measuring devices ....................................................... (3 hrs)

Biomedical transducers .............................................................................. (2 hrs)

Application in biomedical measurements ........................................................ (5 hrs)

 

 

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B) Hospital Safety

 

COURSE:              BMT367  

 UNITS:            1+1=2    (8 Hrs)

DESCRIPTION:

Types of hazards in hospitals and their control. Safety principles and standards. Safety program and insurance.

 

TEXTBOOK:

Handbook of Hospital Safety P. E. Stanley. CRC Press 

 

REFERENCES:

1.Electric Safety Settings.

B. D. Gilbert and L. H.  Montgomery.

2.    Shock Hazards of Electrical Currents A. R. Morse

3.   Electrical Safety Test Procedures for Hospitals D. Roveti 

 

GOALS:

Ability to recognize common hospital hazards, recommend corrective action and teach basics of safety to other hospital personnel specially equipment operators.  

PRERQUISITES BY TOPIC:

Biomedical Electronics III

 

TOPICS:

Introduction to hospital safety ................................................................................................. (1 hr)

Types of hazards in hospitals .............................................................................................. (1hr)

Electric safety principles ............................................................................................. (2 hrs)

Management of electrical. Safety programs .............................................................................................. (1 hr)

Safety insurance ................................................................................... (1 hr)

Electrical regulations .............................................................................. (1 hr)

Mechanical safety ................................................................................. (1 hr)

Environmental factors ............................................................................ (1 hr)

Micro biological contamination control in hospitals ....................................... (1 hr)

Basic ventilation principles ...................................................................... (1 hr)

Radiation safety ................................................................................... (2 hrs)

Running of hospital Safety Programs ......................................................... (1 hr)

 

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C) Biomedical Electronics II

 

COURSE:               BMT212

  UNITS:                 3 + I = 4

 

DESCRIPTION:

Origin of biopotentials genesis of different biopotentials and their parameters. Bioelectrodes. Measurement of biopotentials and physiological parameters. Introduction to FES. cardiac stimulation, ICU and CCU equipment.

TEXTBOOK:

Medical Instrumentation: Application and Design

J. G. Webster, Ed. J. Wiley

REFERENCES:

1.   Encyclopedia of Medical Devices and Instrumentation

     J. G. Webster, Ed. J. Wiley

2.   Bioelectric Phenomenon

      R. Plonsey, McGraw Hill

GOALS:

To provide the students with an introduction to the origin of different physiological potentials and their measurement. The theory and operation of Biomedical Instrumentation.

PREREQUISITES BY TOPIC:

Basic Electronics

Semiconductor devices and circuits Integrated circuits

TOPICS:

Origin of biopotentials  membrane potentials, action potentials .......................................... (4 hrs)

Genesis and parameters of ECG, EMG, EEG and other biopotentials .............................. (4 hrs)

Bioelectrodes, biopotential amplifiers, isolation amplifiers ................................................. (3 hrs)

Instrumentation amplifiers, some commercial examples .................................................... (3 hrs)

ECG and mechanical events in the heart. ECG electrode systems .................................... (3 hrs)

ECG Amplifier, protective circuit, lead fault circuits, artifacts and troubleshooting .............................................................................................................. (3 hrs)

Fetal ECG, Ambulatory ECG monitoring, cardiac monitors, cardiotachometers,            .

vector cardiography, heart sounds ................................................................................. (4 hrs)

ICU and CCU equipment: bedside monitors, defibrillators, external

pacemakers ................................................................................................................... (4 hrs)

pacemakers ................................................................................................................... (4 hrs)

Function electrical stimulation, muscle stimulation ............................................................ (3 hrs)

Cardiac stimulation, pacemakers .................................................................................... (3 hrs)

Measurement of blood pressure .................................................................................... (3 hrs)

EEG machine and measurement of evoked potentials ..................................................... (3 hrs)

Electrosurgical machine.................................................................................................. (2 hrs)

 

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D) BMT468 Graduate Project

 

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