Introduction to Biomedical Instrumentation

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Lecturer
Yagi Tohru 
Place
Thr5-6(H115)  
Credits
Lecture2  Exercise0  Experiment0
Code
77053
Syllabus updated
2009/7/6
Lecture notes updated
2009/3/30
Semester
Spring Semester

Outline of lecture

Introduction to biomedical instrumentation, a technology for medicine and health care. This course provides basics of physiology and covers several update topics in biomedical instrumentation. Topics include: imaging systems, endoscopes and catheters, surgical devises and systems, circulatory artificial organs, metabolic artificial organs, sensory artificial organs, structural artificial organs, rehabilitation devises and systems, and future technology.

Purpose of lecture

Introduction to biomedical instrumentation, a technology for medicine and health care. This course provides basics of physiology and covers several update topics in biomedical instrumentation.

Plan of lecture

Topics include: Neural prosthesis, Auditory devices and systems, Ophthalmic devices and systems, Endoscopes, Surgical instruments and systems, Metabolic support devices and systems, Blood circulatory support systems and surgical device, Bioelectric signal recording, Imaging diagnostic systems; X ray and CT, Imaging diagnostic systems; MRI, Imaging diagnostic systems; Ultrasound, Individual presentation

*The topics above are subject to change.

Textbook and reference

No textbook

Related and/or prerequisite courses

Mechanical engineering, Electrical engineering, Computer science, Basic anatomy and physiology

Evaluation

Attendance (50%), Presentation (50%)

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