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The National Hub for Healthcare Instrumentation Development (NHHID) , inviting application for the post of Project Scientist/ Project Associate
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||B.E/ B.Tech in E&I/ Instrumentation & Control /ECE and M.E/M.Tech in Instrumentation Engineering (Or) M.Sc in Physics. Desirable: Ph.D in Electronics/Instrumentation Engineering. Ph.D in Physics with specialization in instrumentation. Experience in development and calibration of medical devices or other instruments. Publication in peer reviewed journals with impact factor
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Note: For Biomedical Engineering students Department to lookout for
Above mentioned departments have faculties interested in Biomedical Research areas
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Admission is open for (i) Research Programmes [Ph D / M Sc (Engg)] (ii) Course Programmes [ME/M Tech/M Des /M.Mgt] (iii) Integrated Ph D Programmes and (iv) External Registration Programmes (Ph D only) at the Institute. Eligibility criteria, specialization, areas of research and other details are available at our website www.iisc.ernet.in/admissions. Candidates who are yet to complete their qualifying examinations and expect to complete all the requirements for the degree (including all examinations, project dissertation, viva-voce etc.) before July 31, 2013, are also eligible to apply.
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We are glad to inform that the Department of Instrumentation Technology, RYMEC, Bellary is conducting five days VTU-VGST faculty development programme on “ADVANCED BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION OPPORTUNITIES & CHALLENGES”, From 10th to 14th March-2012.
Register at: www.rymec.org/FDP.aspx
Visvesvaraya Technological University
Catalyzed & Supported by
Vision Group On Science & Technology(VGST)
Govt. of Karnataka,Bangalore.
Faculty development programme Highlights:
- To focus on advanced Instrumentation, measurement concepts & scientific underpinnings that enable new methods & applications in medical field
- To update the faculty with current trends & technologies in Biomedical Instrumentation
- To help faculty for carrying out the research work
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The Swiss sensor manufacturer Sensirion introduces the new flow and air bubble detector for the detection of LG01 low liquid flow rates and air bubbles. The small and light sensor is particularly suitable for integration in bio-medical applications and solutions for process engineering. The sensor detects flow rates in a range of several ml / min or less and responds with a response time of ms under 100. The output signal of either 0 or 5 V indicating whether the flow rate is currently above or below a specified threshold. At constant flow rates above the threshold, the sensor can be used alternatively for the detection of air bubbles in the river channel. According Sensirion increases the reliability of fluid systems with a maximum flow rate up to 220 ml / min.
This is a preview of MEMS based detection of airbubble & flow in Liquids for Biomedical Devices. Read the full post (216 words, 2 images, estimated 52 secs reading time)
Despite recent controversies regarding its safety and efficacy, pulmonary artery catheterization
(PAC) remains a widely used tool for the management of patients with cardiovascular instability. In addition to providing measurements of cardiac out-put (CO), several other potentially useful pieces of data can be obtained, including estimates of preload,afterload, and oxygen utilization. However, many practitioners feel that CO is the most useful parameter obtained with PAC.The desire to measure CO without the risks of PAC has driven the search for other, less invasive measurement methods, such as esophageal Doppler measurements, lithium dilution, and carbon dioxide based techniques.
Factors Influencing Cardiac Output
An infant incubator is used mainly to keep a baby’s core temperature stable at 37 degrees Celsius. Most incubators also humidify the air and can add extra oxygen.
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