DISP-2003: Introduction to Digital Signal Processing
BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION II Dr. Hugh Blanton ENTC 4370 ENTC 4370 SYLLABUS General Information Contact Information [email protected] Phone(423) 439-4177
Web Page http://faculty.etsu.edu/blanton Office Hours MWF10:15-11:45 Dr. Blanton - ENTC 4370 - Syllabus 3 / 30
Course Outline Go to http://faculty.etsu.edu/blanton Scroll down to ENTC_4370 Double-click on ENTC_4370 This takes you to the ENTC_4370 web page Dr. Blanton - ENTC 4370 - Syllabus 4 / 30 Homework Assignments
Feel free to work together on these, BUT All submitted work must be your own work Dr. Blanton - ENTC 4370 - Syllabus 5 / 30 Exam and Homework Answers
For problems set and exams, most credit will be given for the solution procedure used, not the answer So: please give as much information as you can when answering questions: credit cannot be given if there is nothing to go on If something appears to be missing from the question set, make and give assumptions used to find the solution Dr. Blanton - ENTC 4370 - Syllabus
6 / 30 Class Grades Emphasis on overall effort and results Final grade will be based on a balance between homework, tests, final exam:
7 / 30 PREREQUISITE: ENTC 3320Electronics II, ENTC_4350--Biomedical Instrumentation I, or Permission of the Instructor Dr. Blanton - ENTC 4370 - Syllabus 8 / 30
CATALOG DESCRIPTION A second course in biomedical instrumentation. Content includes biomedical equipment analysis, clinical lab equipment, ultrasonics,
lasers, surgical equipment, and troubleshooting of medical equipment. Dr. Blanton - ENTC 4370 - Syllabus 9 / 30 Objectives: To present basic characteristics that all medical instruments share. To present a generalized set of
specifications of instrumentation to guide you in the evaluation and design of medical instrumentation. Dr. Blanton - ENTC 4370 - Syllabus 10 / 30 Textbook Joseph J. Carr, John M. Brown,
Introduction to Biomedical Equipment Technology (4th Edition), Prentice Hall; 4th edition (May 30, 2000) ISBN: 0130104922 Richard Aston, Principles of Biomedical Instrumentation and Measurement (Merrill's International Series in Electrical and Electronics Technology) Dr. Blanton - ENTC 4370 - Syllabus
11 / 30 Content
Amplifiers Physiological Pressure The Human Nervous System ICU Operating Room Medical Laboratory Instrumentation Ultrasonography Lasers Medical Equipment Maintenance
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