UAE \ Universities & Technology Institutes \ Ajman University of Science and Technology (AUST) \ Faculty Of Engineering \ Biomedical Engineering
The biomedical engineering program is the application of engineering principle and practice with the judgement, to problems in medical. These principles can be used to understand and quantify normal and abnormal function, to predict and diagnose change due to alternative, and to propose and design methods of invention.
Medical Electronic fundamentals: Discussion of the application of science and engineering to problems in biology and medicine including studying some models.
Biomechanics: Application off statistics and dynamic to do simple force analysis of the musculoskeletal system, as well as biomechanics of soft and hard tissues and injuries.
Human physiology and anatomy: Introduction to quantitative aspects of human physiology. An example well be placed on cellar, neural, cardiovascular, respiratory and renal physiology.
Biomaterial: Examination the compatibility of material used in surgical implants, and medical devices.
Modeling and simulation: Modeling of mechanical and electrical system by means of ordinary linear differential equation, transient and steady start solutions, the transfer function, Laplace transform, etc.
Biomedical instrumentation (1,2): Study and design of electronic instrumentation for the recording and physiology signal, with special emphasis on computer applications. Studying different types of instruments in use for biomedical and medical application.
Imaging techniques: Different methods used in medical imaging such as ultrasound, MRI techniques and CAT fundamentals and uses.
(last updated: 04-September-2002)
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