College Credit Courses
Prerequisite: EST 2436. This course, a continuation of the study of biomedical instrumentation, introduces students to the remaining biomedical equipment of significance typically utilized in the health care setting, i.e. in the operating room, the labor and delivery room, radiology, nuclear medicine, radiation therapy and clinical laboratory. Students will learn the external operation of devices, their internal electronic circuitry and the clinical environment in which they are used. Students will utilize these concepts in the lab to verify device performance, to perform calibration and to learn preventive and corrective maintenance techniques. Four contact hours: two lecture hours, two laboratory hours. A.S.