bioinstrumentation


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bioinstrumentation

[¦bī·ō‚in·strə·mən′tā·shən]
(engineering)
The use of instruments attached to animals and man to record biological parameters such as breathing rate, pulse rate, body temperature, or oxygen in the blood.
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The signal acquisition is performed through a system designed for this purpose bioinstrumentation.
Biomedical engineering: This needs an MSc or PhD in biomedical engineering, bioinstrumentation, medical imaging or in another relevant field, plus experience of teaching and ideally research skills.
We were able to fire the drug out at almost the speed of sound if we need to -- the speed of sound in air is about 340 meters per second," said professor Ian Hunter, who runs the bioinstrumentation lab at MIT's Department of Mechanical Engineering.
The themes of the 21 technical sessions include Biomedical Signal and Image Processing, Bioinstrumentation, Nanomedicine, Biosensors, Circuits and Systems, Neuroengineering, Rehabilitation and Therapeutic Systems, Imaging, Biophotonics, System Modelling, Bioinformatics, Biomechanics, Artificial Organs and Prosthesis, Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering, Healthcare Information Systems, e-Health, Clinical Engineering, Biomedical Education and Medical Physics.
Using noninvasive bioinstrumentation, investigators evaluated (1) a section of each infant's upper thigh that was outside the diaper to serve as a control, (2) a nonirritated section of the buttock inside the diaper as a second control, and (3) a section of skin affected by the rash among the infants with dermatitis.
The Sapphire 488 LP bioinstrumentation laser offers 150 mW of CW output at 488 nm, while the Sapphire 561 LP provides 200 mW of power at 561 nm.
These areas of specialization were bioinstrumentation, biomaterials, biomechanics, clinical engineering, rehabilitation engineering, and systems physiology.
The initial research, conducted in New York, included the comprehensive evaluation of 77 "aging markers" which were then narrowed down to a final list of more significant markers, measured through a combination of visual and non-visual clinical assessments, bioinstrumentation and biological testing.
Bio-services comprise mainly bio-informatics, contract research, bioinstrumentation and bio-processing.
The third program is a specialization in bioinstrumentation offered in the Electronics and Advanced Technologies Department.
What we are competing with is what nature has produced," said Hunter, the Hatsopoulos Professor of Mechanical Engineering, as well as a professor of biological engineering and director of the Bioinstrumentation Laboratory at the institute.
Biomedical technology consists of Physiology, Biomechanics, Biomaterials, Bioinstrumentation, Biotechnology and Prosthetic systems.