Introduction to low risk medical devices and instrumentation. Devices such as electronic thermometers, surgical microscopes, ultrasonic nebulizers and sphygmomanometers will be studied. Topics include biosignals acquisition, processing, and filtering; design of devices; embedded design and implementation; and testing and calibration of devices.
- Understand professional terminologies in the design, implementation, and optimal classification and application of medical devices.
- Make appropriate decisions in selection and provide adequate interface to all users of medical devices per patient and practitioner in healthcare settings.
- Assess human–device interactions for efficient design, use and optimal performance, Interpret and integrate emerging innovative strategies for prognosis and therapeutic interventions and assessments in use of medical devices.
- Develop the concept of team work and knowledge sharing through group project implementation and presentations.
- Provide critical problem-solving known-how to assimilate relevant ethical issues for all users of medical devices
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