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Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical engineering is a highly interdisciplinary subject that features diverse subfields and groups and is influenced by a variety of engineering and medical fields.

Biomedical engineering can be segmented in two major fields – physiological and industrial automation. The physiological field concentrates more on measuring, simulating, and analyzing bioelectrical signals as well as modeling body parts and processes. The industrial automation field focuses on the automation of labs and production lines along with the design and testing of medical devices.

 

The physiological interest comes mainly from academia. Some of the typical BME courses are bioinstrumentation, biomechanics, biomaterials, and bioimaging. Although this document concentrates on bioinstrumentation, material for other bioengineering classes will be added in the future.

For many biomedical engineering majors, the first introduction to making measurements from the body is through their bioinstrumentation course. In this course, students are often exposed to the design, simulation, and prototyping of components found in medical devices such as an instrumentation amplifier or interfacing with sensors. 


List of Experiments

  •  Introduction to NI LabVIEW and DAQ
  •  Realize and build instrumentation circuit using NI ELVIS
  •  Analyse ECG and EEG signals using logged data
  •  Interface Biomedical devices (such as blood gas analyzer, respirators, mass spectrometers etc) with NI LabVIEW.
  •  Generate and analyze ECG signals
  •  Perform 3D image reconstruction of models
  •  Perform Filtering and FFT on acquired bio signals
  • Analyze Ultrasound, MRI, CT scan images
  • Acquire and analyze heart beat signals, blood pressure signals etc using Biomedical transducers and electrodes
  • Build a complete EKG application
  • Simulate Biomedical instrumentation circuit using NI Multisim

 

“Using LabVIEW to Teach Students Competitive Engineering Skills in Biomedical Instrumentation. University Carlos III of Madrid is committed to exposing its students to LabVIEW, ensuring they are given a complete engineering education and are ready for the competitive professional workplace”

-  Hania Angelina, Electronic Technology Dept,

University Carlos III of Madrid.