Application of electrical engineering principles in the design of electronic instrumentation at the circuit-board level for the measurement of pressure, temperature, flow, and impedance. Also includes the study of light intensity, bioelectric potentials, and stimulation devices such as pacemakers and defibrillators. Focus on design considerations specific to electro-medical environments, safety and efficacy, and public policy issues.
MEETS WITH BME 384J (TOPIC 1), BME 374K , E E 385J (TOPIC 31).
Electrical Engineering 438 with a grade of at least C-.