Bachelor's degree in Cardiocirculatory Physiopathology and Cardiovascular Perfusion Techniques (national qualification)

Bioengineering and Medical Technology (2020/2021)

Course code
4S000244
Credits
8
Coordinator
Bruno Antony Sandini
Other available courses

Teaching is organised as follows:
Unit Credits Academic sector Period Academic staff
BIOINGEGNERIA ELETTRONICA E INFORMATICA 2 ING-INF/06-ELECTRONIC AND INFORMATICS BIOENGINEERING Lezioni 1 semestre PERF Bruno Antony Sandini
FISICA APPLICATA A MEDICINA E CHIRURGIA 2 FIS/07-APPLIED PHYSICS Lezioni 1 semestre PERF Paolo Fumene Feruglio
BIOINGEGNERIA INDUSTRIALE 2 ING-IND/34-INDUSTRIAL BIOENGINEERING Lezioni 1 semestre PERF Francesco De Gaetano
MISURE ELETTRICHE ED ELETTRONICHE 2 ING-INF/07-ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC MEASUREMENT Lezioni 1 semestre PERF Roberto Meneghini

Learning outcomes

MODULO BIOINGEGNERIA ELETTRONICA E INFORMATICA Obiettivi formativi: Provide an overview of electronic bioengineering with particular reference to biomedical applications and technologies. Learn basic knowledge of the main cardiovascular area diagnostic equipment. Learn the basics of managing medical equipment and devices in the hospital. Learn skills in medical informatics and health information systems. Learn fundamentals of hospital information systems, in particular cardiology. Learn more about digital clinical data security and privacy issues. INDUSTRIAL BIOENGINEERING MODULE Educational objectives: The course aims to acquire the basic physiopathological, surgical and bioengineering concepts (physics, chemistry, fluid dynamics, computational mathematical models) relating to different adult cardiac surgery issues, and in particular regarding 1. Elements of physiopathology and surgery of ischemic heart disease, with notions of bioengineering and fluid dynamics of the different configurations of conduits for myocardial revascularization 2. Anatomy, physiology, and surgery of mitral pathology, bioengineering and computational mathematical models of mitral surgery 3. Left ventricular assistance (elements of pathophysiology, surgery, and bioengineering) 4. Extracorporeal circulation (aspects of pathophysiology, surgery, bioengineering, biochemistry) 5. Bioengineering of biological and mechanical heart valve prostheses 6. Physiopathology and ablative surgery de atrial fibrillation, bioengineering of surgical ablation systems MISURE ELETTRICHE; Educational objectives: To provide an overview of the fundamental electronic components and circuits with particular emphasis on the applications to the equipment used by the laboratory operators and on the detection chain of physical quantities, transduction into electrical quantities, their conversion into digital signal.

Syllabus

ELECTRONIC BIOENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE
Objectives: Provide an overview of electronic bioengineering with particular reference to biomedical applications and technologies. Acquire basic knowledge of the main cardiovascular area diagnostic equipment. Learn the basics of managing medical equipment and devices. Acquire skills in medical informatics and health information systems, in particular cardiology. To investigate digital clinical data security and privacy issues.
INDUSTRIAL BIOENGINEERING
Objectives: The course aims to acquire the basic physiopathological, surgical and bioengineering concepts (physics, chemistry, fluid dynamics, computational mathematical models) related to different adult cardiac surgery issues, and in particular regarding: 1. Elements of physiopathology and surgery of ischemic heart disease, with notions of bioengineering and fluid dynamics of the different configurations of conduits for myocardial revascularization 2. Anatomy, physiology, and surgery of mitral disease, bioengineering and computational mathematical models of mitral surgery 3. Left ventricular assist systems (elements of pathophysiology, surgery, and bioengineering) 4. Extracoroporeal circulation system (elements of pathophysiology, surgery, bioengineering, biochemistry) 5. Bioengineering of biological and mechanical heart valve prostheses 6. Pathophysiology and ablative surgery of atrial fibrillation, bioengineering of surgical ablation systems
PHYSICS APPLIED TO MEDICINE AND SURGERY
Objectives: The course is aimed at providing the student with basic physical knowledge, taking into particular consideration those subsequently useful for understanding and deepening biomedical problems.
ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC MEASUREMENTS
Objectives: provide an overview of the fundamental electronic components and circuits with particular emphasis on the references and applications to the equipment used by the laboratory operators and specific emphasis on the detection chain of physical quantities, transduction into electrical quantities, their conversion into digital signal.

Assessment methods and criteria


Written and / or oral

Reference books
Author Title Publisher Year ISBN Note
Dalle lezioni Appunti dalle lezioni 2021
D. Scannicchio, E. Giroletti Elementi di Fisica Biomedica EdiSES 2015
meneghini roberto Dispense in versione pdf delle lezioni 2020




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