Introdution to Biomedical Engineering

 | Post date: 2020/02/12 | 
(Department)  Biomedical Engineering         (Division)       -
 
 (Level and Major) bachelor
 

 Course Title Introduction to biomedical engineering
Number of Credits       3             Prerequisite Physics of the human body , Electrical Circuits 1
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Course Description -
 
 Course Goals and Objectives
 
Introducing students to medical engineering trends and introducing the applications of this field in medical sciences
 
Course Topics        
1. Introduction
Introduction to biomedical engineering trends
Introducing various applications of biomedical engineering in medical sciences
2. Sources of vital potentials
Electrical analysis of cell physiology
How the potential for action occurs and its dissemination
2-3. Modeling of the nerve cell
3. Electrodes and Converters
3.1 Introducing the EEG, EMG, ECG Critical Potentials and their Electrodes
3.2 Types of Transducers for Measuring Vital Physical and Chemical Variables
4. Amplify and filter vital signals
Operational amplifiers
4.2 Active analog filters
4-3- (emphasis on ECG signal amplification and filtering)
5. Introduce different methods of processing vital signals
5-1- Characteristics of critical signals
5-2- Critical signal frequency domain display
Short-term Fourier Conversion and Wavelet Conversion
Artificial intelligence (neural network) and fuzzy approach
Introducing Modeling in Biomedical Engineering
6-1- Compartmental models -
Cardiovascular modeling
Introducing biomaterials in biomedical engineering
   7-1- Interaction of tissue and biological material and biocompatibility
7-2- Tissue Engineering
Introducing biomechanics in biomedical engineering
Bone mechanics of bone, tendon and muscle
8.2 Cardiovascular dynamics
9. Additional topics
Ethics in Medical Research
9-2- The structure of medical engineering in Iran
 
Reading Resources
  1. Bronzino A, “Introduction to Biomedical Engineering “, McGraw-Hill, 2012
Bronzino, Joseph D., and Donald R. Peterson. “Medical Devices and Human Engineering”. CRC Press, 2018.
 

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