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Course Outline

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School of Engineering Technology and Applied Science Information and Communication Engineering Technology Biomedical Engineering Technology Biomedical Engineering 1 BTEC211 60 ETEC121, ETEC123 Yes

Charanjit Bambra, PhD Michael Dixon, A.Sc.T., C.B.E.T.(C) August 2011 Fall 2011

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Course Description
This course is intended to introduce patient equipment and hospital environment, safety standards, and common problems of medical instrumentation. The course starts with the sensors, operational amplifiers and computer interfacing principles, which build the fundamentals of the biomedical devices. This course will introduce students to patient care areas and medical devices used in those areas. It will cover medical devices such as pulse oximetry, blood pressure monitoring, and Infusion devices. A review of physiological measurements with particular attention to cardiac monitoring will be taught. Safety Standards such as CSA, AAMI, and IEC related to Medical Devices will be covered in this course including Electrical Safety.

Course Learning Outcomes


The student will reliably demonstrate the ability to: 1. Specify the professional role of BMET. 2. Identify typical sensors used and signals generated by a variety of medical diagnostic and therapy equipment. 3. Describe the principles of operation and applications of a range of medical therapeutic equipment. 4. Describe the physiology of different parts human body and the equipment used for their diagnostic and treatment. 5. Identify and apply the appropriate standard during service and maintenance of medical equipment. 6. Perform tests on medical diagnostic and therapeutic equipment to verify electrical safety.

Essential Employability Skills (EES)


The student will reliably demonstrate the ability to: 1. Communicate clearly, concisely, and correctly in the written, spoken, and visual form that fulfills the purpose and meets the needs of the audience. 2. Respond to written, spoken, or visual messages in a manner that ensures effective communication. 3. Execute mathematical operations accurately. 4. Apply a systematic approach to solve problems. 5. Locate, select, organize, and document information using appropriate technology and information systems. 6. Analyze, evaluate, and apply relevant information from a variety of sources. 7. Show respect for the diverse opinions, values, belief systems, and contributions of others. 8. Interact with others in groups or teams in ways that contribute to effective working relationships and the achievement of goals. 9. Manage the use of time and other resources to complete projects. 10. Take responsibility for ones own actions, decisions, and consequences.

Global Citizenship and Equity (GC&E) Outcomes


The student will reliably demonstrate the ability to:

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1. Identify beliefs, values, and behaviors that form individual and community identities and the basis for respectful relationships.

Prior Learning Assessment & Recognition (PLAR) Process (es)


This course is eligible for PLAR through the Registrar and SETAS offices. Assessment of portfolio and/or testing may be discussed with faculty.

Text and Other Instructional/Learning Materials


Chatterjee, S. & Miller, S. 2010. Biomedical Instrumentation Systems. Delmar. ISBN 13: 978-141808665

Evaluation and Grading System


Evaluation Description
Mid-Term Exam Final Exam Lab Assignments Weight /100 25 35 40

In consultation with the Chair or Dean, a faculty member or instructor may administer additional or alternative evaluations to fully assess the capability of a student. When writing a test or examination, students must put their official College photo-ID cards in full view for review by the invigilator. Students who do not have official photo-ID will be permitted to write the examination with a substitute photo-ID, but they will be required to produce photo-ID at the program or department office within 24 hours or the next business day following the examination, or else the examination results will be void.

Student Accommodation
All students have the right to study in an environment that is free from discrimination and/or harassment. It is College Policy to provide accommodation based on grounds defined in the Ontario Human Rights Code. Accommodation may include changes or modifications to standard practices. This document is available in alternative formats upon request. Please contact the originating department or school of study. Students with disabilities who require academic accommodations must register with the Centre for Student with Disabilities. Please see the Centre for Students with Disabilities for details. Students requiring accommodation based on human rights grounds should talk with their professors as early as possible. Details are available on the Centennial College website (www.centennialcollege.ca ). If students are unable to write an examination due to a medical problem or unforeseen family problems, they should immediately contact their professor or program Chair for advice. In
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exceptional and well documented circumstances (e.g. unexpected family problems, serious illness, or death of a close family member), students should be able to write a make-up examination to replace an examination missed.

Use of Dictionaries
Any dictionary (hard copy or electronic) may be used in regular class work; Dictionary use is not permitted in test or examination settings.

Course, Program or School Policies


N/A

Student Rights and Responsibilities


Students should familiarize themselves with all College Policies that cover students rights and responsibilities. For more information on the following and other policies, please visit www.centennialcollege.ca/aboutus/respect or consult the Academic Matters Section in the fulltime and Continuing Education catalogues. Respect at Centennial At Centennial College, we are committed to providing a safe and respectful learning, teaching and working environment for all students, faculty, and staff that promotes equity. Policies have been put in place to ensure that Centennial is a place that demonstrates respect and consistency with the Ontario Human Rights Code. All incidents of harassment, discrimination, bullying, and violence will be addressed and responded to. As a college, we take the position that all forms of harassment, including personal harassment and bullying, must be stopped. Please refer to www.centennialcollege.ca/aboutus/respect and www.stopbullyingnow.ca. Academic Honesty Academic honesty is integral to the learning process and a necessary ingredient of academic integrity. Students have a responsibility to be aware of and comply with College standards of academic conduct. Academic dishonesty includes cheating, plagiarism, and impersonation. All of these occur when the work of others is presented by a student as their own and/or without citing sources of information. Breaches of academic honesty will be investigated and if warranted, appropriate remedies and penalties will be applied, which may include a failing grade on the assignment/course, suspension, or expulsion from the college. Grades Appeal Students and faculty have rights and responsibilities in the Grades Appeal process. Students who need to appeal a grade should consult the Grades Appeal policy and procedures. Progression and Academic Standing Students are expected to meet the academic standards of their School or program. The academic standing of each Centennial student is monitored during, as well as at the end of, each semester. Any student not demonstrating satisfactory progress will be informed of his/her standing in the College and will receive academic advising within their School. Unsatisfactory academic performance may result in conditional academic standing, probation, or suspension.

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Faculty Support
Professors are available to see students outside of class time. Students can contact professors via voice mail, email, or through their program or department office. Information regarding how to contact teachers will be provided at the beginning of the course and is also available in the program or department office.

Campus Safety
As part of our efforts to maintain a safe and secure teaching, learning and working environment, professors, and instructors will review emergency procedures for fire, evacuations, emergency lock-downs, and safe exit for those with disabilities at the beginning of each course. Students must produce official photo identification when requested to do so by any college staff at any time during the semester.

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Biomedical Engineering Technology I

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Topical Outline
WEEK
1

TOPICS
The BMET as a Professional

READINGS/ MATERIALS
Chapter 1: Pages 4 - 16

WEEKLY LEARNING OUTCOMES


Students will master the following concepts: Role of a BMET The requirements to become certified as a CBET(c) Professionalism including people skills in the hospital environment Students will learn the following concepts: The different clinical areas of the hospital and their functions Medical equipment used in different hospital departments and units including intensive care, critical care, operating rooms, Physiotherapy Department, Respiratory Therapy, Diagnostic Imaging, Labour and Delivery. Students will: Understand the Hazards of Medical Equipment and Physiological effect of electricity and Leakage currents Describe Classes and type of medical electrical equipment CSA-60601-1 General Standard for Electrical Safety Understand the structure of the standards. Apply the standards during the service and repair of medical equipment. Perform routine electrical safety tests on electrical medical equipment to an appropriate
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INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES
Lecture, videos, internet sources, laboratory exercise, and assignment.

COURSE EVALUATIONS
Students to submit a paper on the tutorial presentation.

Patient Equipment and the Hospital Environment:

Chapter 1: Pages 16 - 21

Lab: Introduction to Biomedical Equipment

Electrical Safety Testing of Medical Equipment:

ANSI/AAMI ES 606011:2005 Part 1: General Requirements for basic safety ANSI/AAMI ES 606012:2006 Part 2: Particular Requirements for basic safety

Lecture, videos, internet sources, laboratory exercise, and assignment.

Completed Lab Assignment

Lab: Introduction to Electrical Safety of Medical Equipment and ANSI Standards.

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WEEK

TOPICS

READINGS/ MATERIALS

WEEKLY LEARNING OUTCOMES


standard of practice Describe Threshold of perception and No let go concept Students will: Be Introduced to Z32 Electrical safety and essential electrical systems in health care facilities Understand the benefits of using the Z32 standard as a guide for electrical safety in the healthcare environment

INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES

COURSE EVALUATIONS

Electrical Safety in the Healthcare Environment:

ANSI/AAMI ES 606011:2005 Part 1: General Requirements for basic safety ANSI/AAMI ES 606012:2006 Part 2: Particular Requirements for basic safety Z32 Electrical safety and essential electrical systems in health care facilities

Lecture, videos, internet sources, laboratory exercise, and assignment. Continue with Electrical Safety of Medical Equipment and ANSI Standards

Completed Lab Assignment

Introduction to Z32 Electrical safety and essential electrical systems in health care facilities (Continued)

Z32 Electrical safety and essential electrical systems in health care facilities

Student will understand the benefits of using the Z32 standard as a guide for electrical safety in the healthcare environment

Lecture, videos, internet sources, laboratory exercise, and assignment. Continue Electrical Safety of Medical Equipment and ANSI Standards Lecture, videos, internet sources, laboratory exercise, and assignment. Lab Assignment: Chapter 3 p85 Case Studies 1 and 2, and Research Topics 1 and 2 Lecture, videos, internet

Completed Lab Assignment

Biosignals and Noise

Chapter 3: Pages 61 - 82

Students will: Describe the types of biosignals Compute signal to noise ratios Describe nature of Signal and Noise Classify types of Signals and noise Relate digitization of Biosignals Students will:

Completed Lab Assignment

Biomedical

Chapter 6:

Completed Lab
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WEEK

TOPICS
Transducers

READINGS/ MATERIALS
Pages 185 - 198

WEEKLY LEARNING OUTCOMES


Identify the type of sensors used in a specific biomedical application and analyze the accuracy of its bioelectric signal Describe Resistive sensors, Strain gauges, Whetstone Bridge Circuit, Inductive Sensors, Capacitive Sensors, Piezoelectric sensors, Temperature Sensors, Thermocouple and Thermistors Students will: Understand what is occurring at the cellular level as a precursor to understanding bioelectric signals ex:ECG Understand the relationship between depolarization and repolarization inside the cardiac cell Describe resting potential of the cardiac cell, relative refractory period, absolute refractory period, repolarization and depolarization and draw the action potential Students will: Understand why Ag/AgCl electrodes are used in cardiac monitoring Understand the chemistry of how electrodes pick up bioelectric signals from the human body Describe electrodes, half cell potentials, oxidation and reduction, Ag/AgCl electrodes Students will: Be introduced to the dynamics of

INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES
sources, laboratory exercise, and assignment.

COURSE EVALUATIONS
Assignments

Lab: Biomedical Sensors and Physiology

Biopotentials 1

Chapter 7: Pages 205 - 208

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Midterm Biopotentials 2

Chapter 6: Pages 171 - 185

Lecture, videos, internet sources, laboratory exercise, and assignment. Lab #3 continue Biomedical Sensors and Physiology

Mid-Term Test Completed Lab Assignment

Physics of Pressure and Flow

Chapter 9: Pages 271 - 286

Lecture, videos, internet sources, laboratory

Completed Lab Assignment


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WEEK

TOPICS

READINGS/ MATERIALS

WEEKLY LEARNING OUTCOMES


blood circulation through the heart Understand the physics of pressure and flow in blood circulation Describe the model of hemodynamics

INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES
exercise, and assignment. Lab: Instructor led introduction to Dialysis Machine

COURSE EVALUATIONS

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Vital Signs Monitoring: Blood Pressure

Chapter 9: Pages 276 - 286

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Infusion devices

Chapter 9: Pages 292 - 296

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Infusion devices

Chapter 9:

Students will: Describe the fundamentals of a blood pressure monitoring device Describe the basic Blood pressure measurements techniques Draw and describe the basic blood pressure systems and amplifiers Describe normal blood pressure, techniques of blood pressure measurement, Korotkoff sounds, the Auscultatory technique, the Oscillometric technique, invasive arterial blood pressure measurement Draw block diagram of blood pressure measuring devices Students will: Understand the different types of IV pumps currently in use Describe Volumetric pump, Syringe pump, PCA pump, Ambulatory pumps Identify the hazards and problems that can occur when IV pumps are in use. Repair and maintain IV pumps used in the hospital Students will:

Lecture, videos, internet sources, laboratory exercise, and assignment.

Completed Lab Assignment

Blood Pressure measurement

Lecture, videos, internet sources, laboratory exercise, and assignment.

Completed Lab Assignment

Lab: Syringe Pumps

Lecture, videos, internet


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WEEK

TOPICS

READINGS/ MATERIALS
Pages 292 - 296

WEEKLY LEARNING OUTCOMES


Understand the different types of IV pumps currently in use Describe Volumetric pump, Syringe pump, PCA pump, Ambulatory pumps Identify the hazards and problems that can occur when IV pumps are in use. Repair and maintain IV pumps used in the hospital Students will: Understand the basics of ECG monitoring Understand the relationship between the cardiac cycle and the electric signal picked up via the electrodes Describe cardiac anatomy, the cardiac cycle, Einthovens Triangle, electrode placement, reasons for measuring and detecting the patients electrocardiogram, and unipolar Chest Leads Students will: Understand the basic cardiac monitoring leads and how signals are picked up. Introduced to arrhythmias Understand electrode skin prep, Use of leads I, II, and III and their relationship to one other, telemetry, and abnormal electrocardiograms

INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES
sources, laboratory exercise, and assignment.

COURSE EVALUATIONS

Continue Syringe Pumps

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Introduction to Physiology 1: The Electrocardiogram

Chapter 7: Pages 204 - 215

Lecture, videos, internet sources, laboratory exercise, and assignment. Lab: HP and other physiologic meters identify components and circuitry following service documentation st (equipping for 1 work term)

Completed Lab Assignment

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Introduction to Physiology 2:

Chapter 7: Pages 215 - 226

Lecture, videos, internet sources, laboratory exercise, and assignment. Lab: General introduction to other small equipments using in st hospital (equipping for 1 work term)

Completed Lab Assignment

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Study Week

Final Test

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