Instruments that are being used for health monitoring has
become indispensible in clinic, especially in emergency and intensive care units.
Non-invasive biomedical instruments that can continuously
monitor the physiological signals have become standard of health care and
the recent advances in instrumentation have made them both reliable and precise.
The aim of this workshop is to impart the necessary technical and clinical skills to
understand the essential instrumentation in these health monitoring devices.
There will be a hands-on lab session to provide much needed
practical understanding of instrumentation in health monitoring.
Lectures from clinicians will highlight the engineering efforts involved in health monitoring.
A clinical demonstration by eminenet cardiologist will provide the clinical practise aspect of the health monitoring.
The main objectives of this workshop will be
Modules that will be covered in this workshop
|Teaching Modules||Laboratory Modules|
|Sensors and physiological signal analysis Electrocardiography (ECG)
Impedance cardiography (ICG)
Breathing signal measurements
Blood pressure measurements
Prof. J. Nagaraju, Ph.D., Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.
Prof. Phaneendra K. Yalavarthy, Ph.D., Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.
Prof. K. Rajan, Ph.D., Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.
Cardiologist/Radiologist (Medical doctors)
Last date for registration: November 10, 2010
Last date for cancellation of registration with full refund: November 15, 2010.
Workshop dates: November 27 & 28, 2010 (Saturday and Sunday)
(10% concession for ISOI life members)
Workshop Registration fees:
Academia/Non-profit/Government Organizations : Rs. 5,000/-
Industry (for profit organizations): Rs. 10,000/-
The payment (local check/DD) should be made in favour of “Instrument society of India”, payable at Bangalore.
Registration Fee includes course materials, lunch and refreshments.
Prof. J. Nagaraju
General Secretary, ISOI
Department of Instrumentation
Indian Institute of Science
Bangalore 560 012
Ph: 080-2293 2273,
Number of participants is restricted to 30, due to limited laboratory facilities
All correspondance should be addressed (including registration) to: