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Biomedical Instrumentation 1

Credits: 3
Course Number: 10-605-211

Course Description

10-605-211 BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION 1 ...introduction to troubleshooting and repair of biomedical equipment, with some laboratory sessions occurring in off-campus hospital or clinical settings. (Prerequisites: 10-605-201, Intro to Biomedical; 10-806-189, Basic Anatomy; 10-501-101, Medical Terminology)

Course Typically Offered

  • Fall

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What will I learn?

  1. Summarize How Cells, Tissues, Organs and Systems of the Human Body function.
  2. Examine Basic Medical Instrument Systems
  3. Identify Measuring Bioelectric Signals used in Medical Instrumentation
  4. Identify Bioelectric Electrodes used in Medical Instrumentation
  5. Identify Physiological Transducer Measurement Characteristics in Biomedical Instrumentation
  6. Identify Physiological Analog Transducers used in Biomedical Instrumentation
  7. Identify Physiological Pressure Transducers used in Biomedical Instrumentation
  8. Identify Physiological Temperature Transducers used in Biomedical Instrumentation
  9. Identify Physiological Optical Sensor Transducers used in Biomedical Instrumentation
  10. Summarize how Biopotential Amplifiers are used in Biomedical Instrumentation
  11. Identify Basic Recording Systems used with Medical Devices
  12. Distinguish Biomedical Recorder Techniques that Measure Bioelectric Signals used in Medical Instrumentation
  13. Explain Patient Monitoring Systems in Electrocardiogram Measurement Techniques
  14. Explain Patient Monitoring Systems in Blood Pressure Measurement Techniques
  15. Explain Monitoring Systems used for Patient Temperature Measurement Techniques
  16. Explain Patient Monitoring Systems used in Respiration Measurement Techniques
  17. Distinguish Arrhythmias Detection Techniques Criteria in Monitoring Instruments
  18. Explain Oxygen Monitors Measurement Techniques Biomedical Instrumentation
  19. Describe Blood Flowmeter Techniques for Biomedical Instrumentation
  20. Explain Cardiac Output Measurement systems for Biomedical Instrumentation

Class Details

Class Number:
82315
Location:
Green Bay Campus
Delivery:
In-Person
Term:
Fall 2023
Session:
8W1
Instructors:
Donald Cormier Jr
Date Range:
-
Estimated Cost:
$507.90 *

Meeting Times

Dates Day(s) / Time Location(s)
08/14/23 - 10/09/23 M, W
8:30 AM - 12:20 PM
Green Bay Campus Room ET126
08/14/23 - 10/09/23 Anytime
Anytime
Green Bay Campus Room ET129L

* Cost displayed is an estimate and may be discounted if attendees are residents of Northeast Wisconsin Back to cost