BIOMEDE 458 (EECS 458) - Biomedical Instrumentation and Design

Instructor: Sherman Fan, Ph.D., Dennis Claflin, Ph.D., Enrico Opri, Ph.D.
Students design and construct functioning biomedical instruments. Hardware includes instrumentation amplifiers and active filters constructed using operational amplifiers. Signal acquisition, processing analysis and display are performed. Project modules include measurement of respiratory volume and flow rates, biopotentials (electrocardiogram), and optical analysis of arterial blood oxygen saturation (pulse-oximetry).
Prerequisites: BIOMEDE 211 or (EECS 215 or 314) or graduate standing
Credits: 4

Course Profile 

Instruction Mode: Online – Synchronous, In-Person – Synchronous