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Office: Dr. Polikar 136 Rowan Hall Dr. Tahamont: 256 Science
Phone: Dr. Polikar 256-5372 Dr. Tahamont: 256-3584
Office Hours: T 11-12, F 13-14, or according to open door policy
Class Meeting: W 1645—1800 & T 915—1030
Syllabus with Tentative Schedule: Download syllabus
This Fall in PBS&D — Fall’04 at a Glance
Origin of biopotentials, signals of biological signals, ECG, EMG, EEG, biopotential electrodes and transducers, bioamplifiers, measurement of blood flow and volume, respiratory systems and its measurements, processing of biological signals, clinical laboratory systems, biomedical imaging systems, electrical safety issue in medical design, and anatomy and physiology (A&P) modules in cardiovascular system, respiratory system, nervous system, etc.
Text: Introduction to Biomedical Engineering—Enderle
Homework & Lab Assignments: Will be regularly assigned
Exams: One midterm, one final exam and a final project.
Grading: HW & Labs 25% Exams 30% Quizzes 10% Project
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