Course in Biomedical Instrumentation

Bharathiar University
In Coimbatore

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The course Course in Biomedical Instrumentation in the field of Engineering covers various subjects like fundamental human rights agrred on internationally, and law and constitution.

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Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, 641046., Tamil Nadu, India
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Course programme

Course Objective: To make an introduction to the modern Biomedical instruments and
systems, their features and applications

Unit I: Basic concepts of electronics
Electronic components and circuit analysis - amplifiers - filters - analog to digital and
digital to analog conversion - digital signal processing - microcomputers - display
devices - recording devices - software and programming languages
Unit II: Analysis of molecules in clinical medicine
Spectrophotometry - amperometric biosensors for oxygen and glucose - ion selective
electrodes for pH and CO2 - flame photometry - mass spectrometry - carbon dioxide
concentration measurement by Infrared transmission spectroscopy nitrogen by emission
spectrometry - drugs by flurometry and chromatography - electrophoresis - DNA
Unit III: Cardiovascular measurement: the cardio vascular system
Measurement of blood pressure- sphygmomanometer - blood flow - cardiac output and
cardiac rate - electrocardiography - echo cardiography - ballistocardiography -
plethysmography - magnetic and ultrasonic measurement of blood flow
Unit IV: Introduction to the physiology of cardiac, nervous, muscular and
respiratory systems - transducers and electrodes
Different types of transducers and their selection for biomedical applications - electrode
theory different y types of electrodes -reference electrodes - hydrogen calomel - Ag-
AgCl -pH electrode - selection criteria of electrodes
Unit V: measurement of electrical activities
Nervous system - electromyography - electroencephalograph and their interpretation -
evoked potentials - eye, ERG, EOG

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