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Lab Rules, DO’s & DON’TsReport any accident (spill, breakage etc.) or injury (cut, burn etc.) to the teacherimmediately, no matter how trivial it seems. DO NOT PANIC.If you are lab Partner is hurt, immediately (and loudly) yell out the teacher s Name toget the teacher s attention. DO NOT PANIC.

Lab Rule of conduct, DO’s & DON’Ts Conduct yourself in a responsible manner at all times in thelaboratory. Don’t talk aloud or crack jokes in lab. A lab coat should be worn during laboratory experiments.Dress properly during a laboratory activity. Long hair, danglingjewelry and loose or baggy clothing are a hazard in thelaboratory. Observe good housekeeping practices. Replace the materials inproper place after work to keep the lab area tidy. Do not wander around the room, distract other students,startle other students or interfere with the laboratoryexperiments of others. Do not eat food, drink beverages or chew gum in the laboratoryand do not use laboratory glassware as containers for food orbeverages. Smoking is strictly prohibited in lab area. Do not open any irrelevant internet sites on lab computer Do not use a flash drive on lab computers. Do not upload, delete or alter any software on the lab PC.

Rules & Guidelines for conducting Lab-Work Students are not allowed to touch any equipment, chemicals or other materialsin the laboratory area until you are instructed by Teacher or Technician. Before starting Laboratory work follow all written and verbal instructionscarefully. If you do not understand a direction or part of a procedure, ASK YOURCONCERN TEACHER BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH THE ACTIVITY. Before use equipment must be read carefully Labels and instructions. Set upand use the equipment as directed by your teacher. If you do not understand how to use a piece of equipment, ASK THE TEACHERFOR HELP! Perform only those experiments authorized by your teacher. Carefully follow allinstructions, both written and oral. Unauthorized experiments are not allowed in the Laboratory. Students are not allowed to work in Laboratory alone or without presence ofthe teacher. Any failure / break-down of equipment must be reported to the teacher. Protect yourself from getting electric shock.

Lab Safety Guidelines

Lab Safety GuidelinesSafety Measures & Guidelines Obtain authorization from the lab In charge prior to entering the labworking area. Smoking is strictly prohibited inside the Lab area. Ensure that safety devices are adequate, appropriate and in goodworking order. Wear the appropriate personal protective equipment when conductingwork with hazardous materials or procedures. Eye protection should be worn when performing tasks with potential togenerate flying particles or debris. Most power tool related tasksgenerate such hazards. Every Student should know the locations and operating procedures ofall safety equipment including, First AID KIT (s) and Fire extinguisher.Know where the fire alarm and the exits are located. Laboratories must be locked if no one is in the lab. Proper handling and disposal of bio-hazardous materials, including allpatient specimens.

Lab Safety GuidelinesControlling Electrical Hazards Always disconnect a plug by pulling on the connector body not the cable.Disconnect any device from the circuit before service.Never bypass fuses or circuit breakers.Keep electrical service and breaker panels accessible at all times.Keep all cords and wires out of foot traffic areas and do not roll chairs overelectrical cords or wires.Electrical equipment and connections should not be handled with wet hands,nor should they be used after liquid has been spilled on it.All lighting stands must be properly secured.Avoid using extension cords. Extension cords are intended for temporary useonly. If additional wall receptacles are needed, the facility manager for ourbuilding should be contacted. Never overload a circuit.High wattage appliances like freezers, refrigerators, copy machines andlaboratory equipment must be plugged directly into a wall holder. It must notbe supplied power via extension cords or power strips.contd

Lab Safety GuidelinesControlling Electrical Hazards Do not use any machine that smokes, sparks, or appears defective in any way.Immediately remove damaged or defective office machines from service. Avoid stretching or pinching cords. Check cable, cords, and connectorsperiodically and immediately replace any items that show signs of cracking,chipping or other deterioration. Attention for proper earthing of electrical equipment. A grounded tool has athree-conductor cord with a three-pronged plug that must be plugged into agrounded outlet. Never clip off ground pins on three-wire appliances or usetwo-wire adapters to wed incompatible equipment. All electrical repairs must be done by qualified individuals.

Lab Safety GuidelinesMercury SpillsIf a small amount of mercury is spilled (e.g. broken thermometer), usean aspirator bulb or eye drops to pick up droplets, place the mercuryin a container, cover with water, seal it, and label the bottleappropriately. To clean up the residual micro-droplets that may haveworked into cracks and other hard-to-clean areas, sprinkle sulphurpowder or other commercially available product for mercurydecontamination. Leave the material for several hours and sweep upsolid into a plastic bottle, seal it in a plastic bag and label itappropriately.USE EYE/FACE PROTECTION WHILE HANDLING MERCURY.Checking of Smoke detectors in LabThe “Smoke Detectors” must be checked at a regular intervals for itsintegrity. It is important for Fire prevention.

1D1Medical Electronics Lab

Medical Electronics LabINTRODUTIONThis Lab facilitates two major skills development:1. Basic Analog & Digital Electronics2. Medical Electronics ( Application of electronics in biomedical )For Basic Electronics skills development the Lab is equipped with Com3 Kitswhich have electronics trainer boards interfaced with software on PC. Thisprovides an hassle free learning tool to realize the theoretical aspects througheasy to perform experiments. Students practically see and verify the theoreticalconcepts about all analog and digital component’s characteristics, Itsapplications in circuit and circuit analysis.To develop the second skill also the lab has the facility of Medical ElectronicsTrainer kits interfaced with software. It has set of kits to understand the basicmedical electronic circuits, calibration and basic trouble shooting of the circuit.e.g. Bio-sensor & bio-signal amplifier, video monitor & recorder, physiologicalsimulator, application of opto-electronics & fiber optics in biomedical .

Medical Electronics LabCourses Conducted: BMTS 351 Basic Analog Electronics BMTS 355 Basic Digital Electronics BMTS 362 Advanced Analog Electronics BMIS 471 Introduction to BiomedElectronic Instrument BMIS 595 Introduction to Telemedicine

Medical Electronics LabSKILLS Imparting:PC aided Learning: Knowledge & Understanding of: Basic Analog Electronics Components & their characteristics Basic Digital Electronic components & their use Operational Amplifier: Properties, Its applications & Circuit designsIntroductory Biomed Instrument Circuits Sensors used in biomedical devices & Bio-signal Amplifier circuits Principle of working of the devices, calibration methods Circuit Troubleshooting by using electronic testing tools

Medical Electronics LabInstrument Facility Highlights: 1/2PC Aided Electronic Trainer Kit-COM3Lab 70015 Basic Electronics (Course I)70016 Field Effect Transistor (Course II)70024 Three Phase Technology70081 Operational Amplifier Course70091 Proto board Course II

Medical Electronics LabInstrument Facility Highlights: 2/2Biomedical Electronic Equipment Trainer Biomed Transducers Signal Amplifier Signal Generator Video Monitor Signal Graphics Recorder Physiological Simulator Opto-electronic devices & Fiber Optics

Medical Electronics LabList of ExperimentsBMTS 351 Basic Analog Electronics 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.DIODE CHARACTERISTICSDIODE APPLICATIONS (RECTIFICATION CIRCUIT)LIGHT EMITTING DIODEZENER DIODEBJT TRANSISTOR CHARACTERISTICSINPUT CHARACTERISTICS OF TRANSISTOROUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS OF TRANSISTORCONTROL CHARACTERISTICS OF TRANSISTORPHOTOTRANSISTOR & DARLINGTON CIRCUITCommon Emitter AmplifierCommon COLLECTOR AmplifierCommon BASE AmplifierJFET TRANSISTOR CHARACTERISTICS

Medical Electronics LabList of ExperimentsBMTS 362 Advanced Analog Electronics 1. The comparator Features of the operational amplifier2. Inverting op amp3. Non-inverting op amp4. Fault simulation in inverting op amps5. Adders6. Integrators7. Differentiators8. Active filters9. Stabilized voltage sources10. Stabilized current sources11. Schmitt triggers12. Astable multivibrators13. Wien bridge oscillators14. Function generators

1D2Bio-sensor & Bio-signalprocessing Lab

Bio-sensor & Bio-signal processing LabINTRODUTIONThis Lab facilitates two major skills development:1. Basic and Advanced Digital Electronics2. Bio-Signals ProcessingThis Lab has all the facilities for teaching from basic digital electronics from logicgates to microprocessor through computer aided trainer like Com3Lab andDigiboard kits making Logic gates circuit to understand the basics by doing it. Ithelps the student to realize the concepts well and will utilize to analyze moresophisticated digital circuits and its designing.This Lab is also equipped with various Cassy transducers interfaced with PC forgetting bio-signals. The PCs have advanced analog & digital processing softwaresfor bio-signal analysis and processing.This lab also imparts knowhow about biomedical control systems.

Bio-sensor & Bio-signal processing LabCourses Conducted:BMTS 361 Analog Signal ProcessingBMTS 364 Advanced Digital ElectronicsBMTS 471 Digital Signal ProcessingBMIS 491 Biomedical Control SystemBMIS 592 Digital Instruments Design

Bio-sensor & Bio-signal processing LabSKILLS Imparting:PC aided Learning: Knowledge & Understanding of: Advanced Digital Technology: Microprocessor, architecture and designof memory, assembly language programming, applications ofmicroprocessors & microcontrollers in biomedical instrumentation Biosensors & BiosignalsLearn the use of digital components by making digitalcircuits in Digital Trainer boards Operation of Logic Gates, Logic circuit design using logic gates Verifying Boolean Algebra by Logic Gates Logic sequential circuits and memories applications in circuitsLearn using MatLab software for signal processing Learn how to deal with digital and analog signals, calibration of signals.

Bio-sensor & Bio-signal processing LabSKILLS Imparting:Learn the use of : Universal frequency counterSpectrum Analyser4Channel Digital storage OscilloscopeFunction GeneratorIC & Device Programmer: Programming of programmable ICsLearn the use of advanced pneumatic system controlpanel and Cassy sensor as Biomedical Control SystemApplying skills & Facilities for Digital Instruments Design Learn how to build and test digital circuits

Bio-sensor & Bio-signal processing LabInstrument Facility Highlights: 1/4Digital ElectronicsTrainer BoardPC Aided Electronics Trainer Kit-Com3Lab 70017 Digital Technology-1 70018 Digital Technology-2 70019 Microcomputer 70091 Protoboard -2PCs with Software Matlab

Bio-sensor & Bio-signal processing LabInstrument Facility Highlights: 2/4Bio-Sensors (Casey 524-010) PC based TrainerDidactic pneumatic system control panelUniversal frequency counterSpectrum Analyzer (1000MHz)4Channel Digital storage OscilloscopeFunction Generator 25MHz

Bio-sensor & Bio-signal processing LabInstrument Facility Highlights: 3/413MHz- Wobbel Function GeneratorAnalog Oscilloscope (1000MHz)IC Programmer-LV48Device Programmer-EMP-100Digital Multimeter (autorange 5in1)

Bio-sensor & Bio-signal processing LabInstrument Facility Highlights: 4/4Digital Processing-Jitter AnalyserFault Locator –PFL780Multi-Layer Shorts LocatorBread Board Power SupplyLogic probe & Digital Multimeters

Bio-sensor & Bio-signal processing LabList of ExperimentsBMTS 471 Digital Signal ProcessingUsing MatLab Software application for: Addition of two images Subtraction of two images Multiplication of two images Complement and Absolute difference images Image negative and log transformation Histogram equalisation

Bio-sensor & Bio-signal processing LabList of ExperimentsBMIS 491 Biomedical Control System Study of Sensors, Controllers and Regulators in (Minimum 5): 1. Incubator 2. Patient Monitor 3. Suction Apparatus 4. Steam Sterilizer 5. Hot Air Oven 6. Ultrasonogram 7. X-Ray Machine 8. Spectrometer 9. Ultrasonogram 10. Circuit Analysis

1D3Electrical Skills&Safety Lab

Electrical Skills & Safety LabINTRODUTIONThis Lab facilitates three major skills development:1. Electrical circuits & measurements2. AC 3-phase Electromechanical Equipment3. Safety from ElectrocutionThis Lab imparts training on various electrical components and circuit making.Student understand the theoretical concepts by verifying through experiments,learn measurement techniques of electrical parameters by doing himself.This Lab is equipped to impart training on AC 3-phase concepts and electromechanical machines. It also has facility of advanced Software Aided ElectricalAnalysis/Control like PWM and Fourier analysis learning.This lab is also equipped to train about electrical safety from electrocution. Thestudent will learn about cause of electric shock and its fatality & methods ofprevention measures through different training panels and modules.

Electrical Skills & Safety LabCourses Conducted:BMTS 241/MET243 Electrical CircuitsBMTS 352 Electrical MeasurementsBMTS 363 Electromechanical EnergyBMIS 473 Hospital Safety

Electrical Skills & Safety LabSKILLS Imparting:Learn the use of and their application in electrical circuits : Plug-in Boards for making circuits DC power supply and Function Generator Ammeter, Voltmeter and Analog & Digital Multimeters Analog Oscilloscope to measure voltage, frequency, phase difference etc Decade Resistance, Capacitance and Inductance Box NTC/PTC Resistor, LDR, VDR, Potentiometer Changeover switch and RelayHow to measure different electrical parameters Low , medium and high Resistance applying basic laws of the current andvoltage in electrical circuits Capacitance / Inductance by different bridge methodsLearn the design & principle of working of Transformer

Electrical Skills & Safety LabSKILLS Imparting:Three Phase Electrical MeasurementsUnderstanding Three Phase Transformer: Different Connection Topologies Voltage and Current measurement & Verify with the Theoretical Values Star /Delta connections of R, L, C load combinations Use of Isolation TransformerUnderstanding Three Phase Motor Operation Star / Delta connections Application of control CircuitsPC Software Aided Electrical Analysis/Control Pulse Width Modulation Fourier TransformUnderstanding Shock Current & Prevention Techniques

Electrical Skills & Safety LabInstrument Facility Highlights: 1/5Electrical Circuits & Measurements Facilities Plug-in Boards Discrete Pug-in Components: Resistors,NTC/PTC resistor, LDR, VDR, Potentiometer,Capacitors, Inductor, Coil, Transformer, Diode,LED, Changeover switch, Relay, bulb holder,Bridging plug. Decade Resistance Box Decade Capacitance Box Decade Inductance Box

Electrical Skills & Safety LabInstrument Facility Highlights: 2/5Electrical Circuits & Measurements Facilities Continuous dual DC Supply ( 0-16V/0-5A) Function Generator 20MHz Analog Oscilloscopes 100MHz DC Amplifier Digital Multimeters Analog Multimeters Moving Coil Milli-Voltmeter

Electrical Skills & Safety LabInstrument Facility Highlights: 3/53-Phase Transformer Trainer (Lucas –Nuelle) 3-phase AC/DC Power Supply for ElectricMachines Panel R L C Load Panel Analog Digital Multimeter Panel 3-phase AC Motor DC Motor / Generator Isolation Transformer

Electrical Skills & Safety LabInstrument Facility Highlights: 4/5PC Aided PWM Trainer & Fourier Analysis High Voltage Differential AmplifierPC Aided Frequency Converter Trainer Universal Digital Controller

Electrical Skills & Safety LabInstrument Facility Highlights: AgainstDangerousbodycurrent Mains Supply PanelHuman Body Model PanelBody Impedance 50Hz PanelShock Current PanelFault Current Circuit BreakerTripping Panel Potential Well (Earthing) Panel Load Panel RCD Panel

1D4Medical Imaging &Electronic Instruments

Medical Imaging & Electronic InstrumentsINTRODUTIONThis Lab facilitates these skills development:1. Training of Ultra-Sound Imaging ( Instrument & Imaging Technique )2. Training of Medical Electronics Instruments3. Computer Applications in Healthcare4. Software based techniques for Image Processing, Pattern Recognition &Artificial IntelligenceThis lab is equipped with Ultrasound Scanner for training on imaging techniquesand instrument controls and US cards based trainer for imparting training onultrasound generation, receiving in A/CW /Pulse mode.For training on some Medical Electronics Instruments Lab has ECG, Defibrillator,Patient monitor, LASER Therapy units and training cards for Pacemaker, ECG/EEGand Electro-surgery.It has 10 PC to facilitate training on computer and software based skills asmentioned above in number 3 and 4.

Medical Imaging & Electronic InstrumentsCourses Conducted:BMIS 484 Advanced Biomed Electronic InstrumentsBMIS 472 Basic Diagnostic Imaging SystemsBMTS 492 Computer Image ProcessingBMTS 481 Computer Application for Biomed SystemsBMIS 593 Artificial IntelligenceBMIS 594 Pattern Recognition

Medical Imaging & Electronic InstrumentsSKILLS Imparting:Knowledge of Ultrasound Scanner its controls and useUnderstanding US generation & receiving in A-mode /M-modeTechniques of electronic Instruments by Trainer Circuit boards: ECG / EEG Amplifier Pacemaker & Defibrillator ElectrosurgeryOperation of ECG RecorderOperation of DefibrillatorIntroduction of LASER Therapy

Medical Imaging & Electronic InstrumentsSKILLS Imparting:Computer software based Skills Using software like Labview and MatLab Image Processing Pattern Recognition Artificial IntelligenceComputer Application in Medicine: Informatics & Hospital Information SystemClinical Imaging & Computer based Patient RecordsHealthcare Information Infrastructure & Computer NetworkingTelemedicine

Medical Imaging & Electronic InstrumentsInstrument Facility Highlights: 1/3Ultrasonography machine12-Lead ECG Recorder TrainerVital Sign Patient MonitorDefibrillatorLaser Therapy Unit Trainer

Medical Imaging & Electronic InstrumentsInstrument Facility Highlights: 2/3Equipment Trainer Circuit Boards : Beda Precision Ultra Sound Training Boards: 3011US Input /Output Sensor 3012 A-mode detector 3013 US CW/Pulse mode 2310 Stereo Amplifier

Medical Imaging & Electronic InstrumentsInstrument Facility Highlights: 3/3Equipment Trainer Circuit Boards : Beda Precision 3011 ECG / EEG Amplifier 3012 Defibrillator / Pacemaker 3013 Electro-surgeryPCs with Software facilities Labview 7.1 Matlab 2008

Medical Imaging & Electronic InstrumentsList of ExperimentsBMIS 484 Advanced Biomed Electronic Instruments Practical Lessons on: ECG MACHINE EEG MACHINE DEFIBRALTOR PACEMAKER ESU MACHINE PATIENT MONITORING SYSTEM

1D5Biomed InstrumentsDesign Workshop

Biomed Instruments Design WorkshopINTRODUTIONThis Lab facilitates three main skills development:1. Electronic Skills2. Designing and fabricating PCB3. Circuit Designing & Instrument Prototype developmentThis lab is equipped with all the necessary hand tools, measurement tools ,soldering de-soldering tools and others tools useful in a workshop.It has 12 PC having PCB designing software and all

Medical Electronics Lab This Lab facilitates two major skills development: 1. Basic Analog & Digital Electronics 2. Medical Electronics ( Application of electronics in biomedical ) For Basic Electronics skills development the Lab is equipped with Com3 Kits which have electronics trainer boards interfaced with software on PC. This

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