Introduction to Biomedical Engineering - BVB31UBI

Credits 3
Semesters Winter
Completion Graded Assessment
Language of teaching Czech
Extent of teaching 2P+1C+3D
The course presents the basics of biomedical engineering and provides illustrative examples of projects performed by the faculty teams.
Study targets
• To understand the roles of the biomedical engineer in the research, healthcare, and private sector
• To fit he field into a historical and ethical perspective
• To describe and define different technical aspects of the biomedical engineering
• To have an insight into the projects of the teams from the faculty
Course outlines
1. Bioengineering: General, historicalc a ethical frame of biomedicalengineering
2. Medical devices:Design of medical devices
3. Medical devices: Biological signals and their analysis
4. Medical devices: Diagnostics
5. Diagnostics: Neurodegenerative diseases
6. Diagnostics: Analysis of the epileptogenic activity
7. Diagnostics: Medical image processing
8. Diagnostics: Bioinformatics and datamining
9. Diagnostics: Genetics for neuroengineering
10. Medical devices: Therapy
11. Therapy: Epileptosurgery commented surgery recording
12. Medical devices: Prosthetics and wearables
13. Personal experience of the absolovents
14. Medical devices: Models
Exercises outlines
1. Practical seminar: Medical devices
2. Practical seminar: Devices for rehabilitation
3. Practical seminar: Special medical devices
4. Excursion I / Video-presentation
5. Excursion II / Video-presentation
6. Practical seminar: RTG a CT of bio materials
[1] Rozman, J. (2006) Elektronické přístroje v lékařství. Praha. Academia, Česká matice technická, č. spisu 494, roč. 111. ISBN 80-200-1308-3.
[2] Enderle, J. D., & Bronzino, J. D. (2012). Introduction to biomedical engineering (3rd ed.). Burlington, Mass.: Academic Press.
[3] Bronzino, J., Peterson, D. (2015). Biomedical Engineering Fundamentals. Boca Raton: CRC Press, (dostupné jako ebook na stránkách Ústřední knihovny ČVUT)