BIOE 113: Bioinstrumentation
Introduce fundamental principles of biomedical instrumentation commonly used in biomedical engineering research labs and hospitals. Techniques and principles of bioinstrumentation include biosignal and noise, biosensors, electrodes, electrocardiogram (ECG), defibrillators, pacemakers, electroencephalography (EEG), electromyogram (EMG), respiratory instruments, and optical microscopy. Biomedical circuit and electronics will be reviewed.
Prerequisite: (PHYS 009 or PHYS 009H or PHYS 019 ) and (BIO 001 or equivalent exam) and (BIOE 166 or ENGR 166 ). Normal Letter Grade only. Laboratory included.
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