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Dept: Biomedical Technology                     College: Applied Medical Sciences

1.      Program Title: INTRODUCTION TO BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION

2.      Program code and number: BMT 315

3.      Faculty member responsible for the program: Dr. Mohamed Souheil Alabed

4.      Qualification required for faculty member: Ph.D. or M.Sc.

5.      No. of units/Credit hours: 2 hrs.

6.      level at which this course is offered: 7th level

7.      Pre-requisites: BMT313

8.      Co-requisites: BMT334

9.      General Goal of program:

·         Introducing the problems encountered in measuring a living system.

·         Understanding the origin of bio-potentials, genesis of different bio-potentials and their parameters. Bio-electrodes and bioelectric amplifiers and signal processing

·         Ability to understand function of basic transducers.

·         Understand the structure of biomedical instrumentation systems

·         Develop an ability to analyze biomedical instrument using acquired basics

Short Description of the course:
Introduction to biometrics, components of man-instrument system, problems encountered in measuring a living system, basic transducer principles, origin of bio-potentials, Introduction to ECG, EGG and EMG, bioelectric amplifiers and instrumentation amplifier, biopotential electrodes, measurement of flow and volume of blood, blood pressure and sound.

10.  Topics to be covered:

Topics

# weeks

Total(hrs)

Lecture

Ex/pract

introduction to biomedical instrumentation

1

2

1

1

Biometrics

1

2

1

1

Components of man-instrument system

1

2

1

1

Problems encountered in measuring living system

1

2

1

1

Basic transducer principles (active, passive)

2

4

2

2

Origion of bioelectric potentials

1

2

1

1

Biopotential amplifier

1

2

1

1

Biopotential Electrodes

2

4

2

2

The cardiovascular measurements

1

2

1

1

Measurement of flow and volume of blood

2

4

2

2

Blood pressure and sound

1

2

1

1

 11.  Teaching Strategies, program Outcomes, and methods of Assessment:

 

Knowledge

Cognitive Skills

Interpersonal Skills and Responsibility

Analytic and Communication skills.

Teaching Strategies

40%

25%

15

20

program Outcomes

40%

25%

15

20

methods of Assessment

40%

25%

15

20

 12.  Teaching Sources:

a)      Books or notes: John G. Webster, Medical instrumentation application and design, 3rd edition, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

b)      Extra references:

·         Leslie Cromwell, Fred J. Weibell, Erich A. Pfeiffer, "Biomedical Instrumentation and Measuremets", 2nd Edition, Printice Hall.

·         Lecture notes

c)      Electronic sources: NA

d)     Teaching aids: Power Point slides

 

Date of approval of program specification

Date of major program review

 

 

 

 
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