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1 BIO-MEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION

2 4/27/2015 Biomedical Engineering Bio – “connected with life” Interdisciplines Bioengineering Bioinstrumentation Biometrics Biomedical engineer Clinical engineer

3 4/27/2015 Biomedical equipment technician Medical technologist Hospital engineer Medical technologist Biophysicist

4 4/27/2015 Development of Biometrics Measurement of physiological parameters BMI – Tools by which the measurement can be achieved

5 4/27/2015 Specifications Range’ Sensitivity Linearity Hysteresis Frequency response Accuracy / Precision Signal to Noise ratio Stability

6 4/27/2015 Specifications..contd Isolation Simplicity

7 4/27/2015 Man-Instrument system Black box Human organism + Instrumentation Instrumentation – Components that provide stimulus / Mechanism for automatic control of processess. Objectives – Information gathering, Diagnosis, Evaluation, Monitoring and Control.

8 4/27/2015 Components The subject Stimulus The transducer Signal conditioning Display Recording, data-processing and transmission equipment Control devices

9 4/27/2015 Physiology Biochemical system - produces energy - messenger agents for communication - materials for body repair and growth - for body functions Cardiovascular system - Complex closed hydraulic system - The Heart (Four chamber pump) - Two synchronized and isolated pumps - Artrium (First stage) collects blood -

10 4/27/2015 Physiology - The ventricle (second stage) – receives the blood - Right side of the heart – collects fluid from the main hydraulic system (systemic circulation) and pumps through lungs. - Left side of the heart – receives the fluid - (pressure, volume, pattern of fluid flow, speed of the pump, efficiency - The blood – communication and supply network - Chemo receptors – Changes in the need for supplies - Pco2 sensors – build up of waste materials - Baroreceptors – out of tolerance pressures - Valves – against the gravity

11 4/27/2015 Physiology The Respiratory system: -Pneumatic system -Air pump (Diaphragm) alternately creates negative and positive pressures in a sealed chamber (thorascic cavity)  lungs -Valving arrangement -Passage way divides and subdivides -Dual air input system (nasal cavities and mouth) – for special purposes -Oxygen is taken into the fluid and Co2 is taken out of the fluid to the air. -Automatic control center (respiratory center of the brain), Manual control – if necessary (Respiratory rate, Respiratory air flow, respiratory volume, concentration of Co2 in the expired air))

12 4/27/2015 Physiology The Nervous system: -Communication network of the body. -Self adapting central information processor. -The Brain -Millions of communication lines (afferent and efferent nerves) that bring sensory information-in, transmit control information-out of the brain. -Information is coded by electrochemical pulses (nerve action potentials) travel along nerves. -

13 4/27/2015 Problems Inaccessibility of variables to measurement Variability Lack of knowledge Interaction among physiological systems Effect of transducer Artifacts Energy limitations Safety

14 4/27/2015 Bioelectric potentials Resting and action potentials Propagation of action potentials Bioelectric potentials  ECG-Electrocardiogram  EEG-Electroencephalogram  EMG-Electromyogram


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