Course Scheme for B.

Tech Biomedical Engineering
III Semester Course Course Title Code AM-201 Mathematics-III BM-201 BM-203 BM-205 BM-207 BM-209 BM-211 BM-213 BM-215 Fundamentals of Biomedical Engineering Human Anatomy & Physiology Biochemistry** Electronic Devices & Circuits* Sensors and Transducers Lab I- Biochemistry Lab Lab II- Anatomy & Physiology Lab Lab III- Electronic Devices & Circuits Lab Workshop Training Grand Total L 4 3 4 4 3 3 21 T 1 1 0 0 1 1 4 3 2 2 7 P External Marks 60 60 60 60 60 60 20 20 20 40 460 Internal Marks 40 40 40 40 40 40 30 30 30 60 390 Total 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 100 850

Contact Hours: 32
IV Semester
Course Code Course Title L T P External Marks Internal Marks Total

EE-201 BM-202 BM-204 CS-303 EC-206 BM-206 BM-208 BM-210 BM-212

Network Analysis and Synthesis Analog & Digital Electronics Physical Biochemistry Computer Network Signals & Systems Biomedical Instrumentation Lab IV- Analog and Digital Electronics Lab Lab V-Computer Network Lab Lab VI- Biomedical Instrumentation Lab General Fitness Grand Total

3 3 4 3 3 3 19

2 1 0 1 1 1 6

2 2 2 6

60 60 60 60 60 60 20 20 20 420

40 40 40 40 40 40 30 30 30 100 430

100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 100 850

Contact Hours: 31
* Earlier BM-205 ** Earlier BM-207 1

V Semester
Course Code BM-301 BM-303 BM-305 BM-307 BM-309 BM-311 BM-313 BM-315 BM-317 Course Title Clinical Engineering Numerical Methods & Computer Programming Medical Imaging Technologies Bio-Control Systems Tissue Engineering Biomechanics Lab-VII Tissue Engineering Lab Lab-VIII Numerical Methods & Computer Programming Lab Lab-IX Biomechanics Lab Industrial Training Grand Total L 3 3 3 3 4 3 19 T 1 1 1 1 0 1 5 P 2 2 2 6 External Marks 60 60 60 60 60 60 20 20 20 40 460 Internal Marks 40 40 40 40 40 40 30 30 30 60 390 Total 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 100 850

Contact Hours: 30

VI Semester
Course Code
BM-302 BM-304 BM-306 BM-308 BM-310 CE-216 BM-312 BM-314 BM-316

Course Title Genetic Engineering. Microprocessors, Micro Controllers & Embedded System Biomedical Equipments Biomaterials Communication Engineering Environmental Sciences Lab-X Bioinstrumentation & Biomaterial Lab Lab-XI Microprocessors & Microcontroller Lab Lab-XII Genetic Engineering Lab General Fitness Grand Total

L 3 3 3 3 3 3 18

T 1 1 1 1 1 1 6

P 2 2 2 6

External Marks 60 60 60 60 60 60 20 20 20 480

Internal Marks 40 40 40 40 40 40 30 30 30 100 370

Total 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 100 850

Contact Hours: 30

VII / VIII Semester
Course Code BM-401/ 402 BM-403/404 BM-405/406 BM-407/408 Course Title Rehabilitation Engineering Biomedical Signal Processing Medical Imaging & Image Processing Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Safety Open Elective Departmental Elective Project Lab-IVX Digital Signal Processing Lab (using MATLAB) Lab-XV Medical Image Processing Lab General Fitness TOTAL Contact Hours: 34 L 3 3 3 3 3 3 T 1 1 1 1 1 1 P 6 2 External Marks 60 60 60 60 60 60 80 20 Internal Marks 40 40 40 40 40 40 120 30 Total 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 50

BM-409/410 EC-316




2 10

20 480

30 100 520

50 100 1000

Open Elective i) DE-1.3 ii) CS-326 iii) BM-413/414 iv) CS-312

Human Resources and Management Operation Research Neural Networks and Fuzzy logics Computers and Society

Departmental Elective i) BM-415/416 Computers in Medicine ii) BM-419/420 Hospital Management iii) BM-421/422 Physiological Modelling iv) BM-423/424 Medical Informatics v) BM-425/426 Fiber Optics and Lasers in Medicine 7th & 8th Semester Subject Industrial Training of six months Total 1000

Marks Internal 500

Marks External 500

Marks 1000


Internal Marks: 40 External Marks: 60 Total Marks: 100 1. Fourier Series LT P 4 1 0

Periodic functions, Euler's formula. Even and odd functions, half range expansions, Fourier series of different wave forms. 2. Laplace Transforms Laplace transforms, transform of derivatives and integrals, Laplace transform of unit step function, impulse function, periodic functions, applications to solution of ordinary linear differential equations with constant coefficients, and simultaneous differential equations. 3. Special Functions Legendre polynomial, Bessel's equation, Bessel functions of the first and second kind. Recurrence relations, Equations reducible to Bessel's equation, Error function and its properties. 4. Partial Differential Equations Formation of partial differential equations, Linear partial differential equations, homogeneous partial differential equations with constant coefficients Applications: Wave equation and Heat conduction equation in one dimension. Two dimensional Laplace equation, solution by the method of separation of variables. Laplacian in polar coordinates. 5. Functions of Complex Variable Limits, continuity, derivative of complex functions, analytic function, Cauchy-Riemann equation, conjugate functions, harmonic functions; Conformal Mapping: Mapping of a complex function, conformal mapping, standard transforms, mapping of standard elementary transformations, complex potential, applications to fluid flow problems; Complex Integration: Line integrals in the complex plane, Cauchy's theorem, Cauchy's integral formula and derivatives of analytic function. Taylor's and Laurent's expansions, singular points, poles, residue, complex integration using the method of residues, evaluation of real integrals by contour integration.
Recommended Books 1. 2. 3. 4. Kreyszing Erwin BS Grewal NK Jain Sharma & Gupta :Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Wiley Eastern, New Delhi :Higher Engineering Mathematics, Khanna Publishers, N Delhi.,1996. :Numerical Solutions of Differential Equations, Prentice Hall, Delhi., 2005 :Differential Equations; Krishna Prakashan Media (P) Ltd., Meerut.


Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 L T P 3 1 0


Introduction to Biomedical Engineering What is Bioengineering? Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Biotechnology, Modern Healthcare Systems, Role played by Biomedical Engineers, Status of Biomedical Engineering. Moral and Ethical Issues Morality and Ethics, Two moral Norms, Redefining Death, Taking Control, Human Experimentation, Informed Consent; Ethical issues in Feasibility studies, Emergency use, Treatment use; Role of Biomedical engineers in FDA Process. Cell Biology Introduction of anatomy, histology and Cell physiology, Cell, Structure and functions of subcellular organelles: cell-membrane, plasma-membrane, cytoplasm, smooth and rough endoplasmic reticulum, mitochondria, Golgi complex, lysosomes, cytoskeleton and cell motility. Nucleus and chromosomes, Cell Division-Mitosis and Meiosis. Tissues Epithelial tissues and Glands. Connective tissue- Types of Connective tissue, Muscular Tissue. Nervous tissue: different types of neurons, Synapse, Neuromuscular Junction, Neurotransmitters, Astrocytes, nerve fibers and glial cells. Immunology Natural Immunity, Acquired Immunity, Immune responses, Complement System for Antibodies, Adjuvants and Immunosuppresants, Structure of Immunoglobulins, Production of Ab’s, Interferons, Vaccines, T cell receptors and CD3 Complex, Autoimmunity and Autoimmune Diseases, Production of Monoclonal Ab’s, Hybridoma Techniques, Antibody Engineering. Bio-electricity Origin of Bioelectricity; Surface Potentials, Trans-membrane Potential, Role of Na+-K+ pump and leak channel, Polarization and Depolarization, Transmission of Nerve Impulse, measurement of surface potentials. Bio-magnetism Introduction to Bio-magnetism, Generation and nature of bio-magnetic fields, Ferro magnetic particles in body, Magnetic fields of skin, muscles, eyes and other internal organs, Neuro-magnetic field, measurement of magnetic field generated by living organism, magneto-encephalography, magneto-cardiography.







Recommended Books 1. Seebauer EG and Barry RL :Fundamentals of Ethics for Scientists and Engineering, Oxford Press. 2. Enderle, Blanchard, Bronzino :Introduction to Biomedical Engineering, 2nd ed. Acad. Press, 2005. 3. Guyton AF :Textbook of Medical Physiology, Saunders, 10th ed.,2005. 4. Hoboie, RK :Intermediate Physics in Biology and Medicine,


T. Excitation. Subramunyam :Textbook of Human Physiology. Parathyroid. Ross and Wilson : Anatomy and Physiology in Health and Illness 6. 10. cyanasis. Haemopoiesis. Digestion of food in mouth. artificial respiration and pulmonary function tests.G. types of bones. Lungs including other air passages. 3. Lymphatic System: Lymph vessels. Urinary System.C. important muscles and their group action. Function of liver and liver function tests and metabolism. S. 9. Muscular System: Structure and types of muscles in human body. 2. Hypothalamus and Pituitary glands) and their functions.. Skin and its appendages. Brain. S. Pancreas etc). spinal cord and reflex action. Lymph nodes and Lymphoid organs. Rastogi. S. Structure and function of kidney. 6 . Structure of heart and blood vessels. Adrenal.. S. Spinal cord and peripheral nerves. Sliding Mechanism of muscle Contraction. Circulatory System: Blood volume. : Experimental Physiology. pulmonary circulation. Mechanism of breathing and exchange of gases in lungs. 8. Structure and functions of skin. their structure and functions. gastro-intestinal tract movements and absorption. sensory end organs and sensory path ways. Nervous control of heart and blood vessels. Mechanism of muscular contraction. body fluids. Skeletal System: Development of bones. Maintenance of posture and locomotion. Carbon dioxide transport. IInd ed. Regulation of endocrine secretion. New Age 2. Liver. Heart sound and E. Digestive System: Gastrointestinal tract and associated glands (Salivary Glands. blood groups. 4. :Textbook of Human Physiology. T Singh H. 2000. Nose Taste buds. Ear. anoxia. Sembulingam and Sembulingam: Essentials of Medical Physiology. stomach and small intestines. Oxygen and. 5.Chand 5.D. Reproductive System: Male and female reproductive organ System. Subcutaneous sense organs. Systemic circulation. Regulation of respiration. Ranganathan. Molecular organization of Contractile System. 3. Neuromuscular Transmission. Trachea. Portal circulation. blood coagulation.Contraction Coupling Innervation of muscles. Special sense organs: Eye. urater and Urinary bladder. 6. Respiratory System: Functional anatomy of respiratory system. Regulation and Energetics of Contraction. 7. regulation of blood pressure. Autonomic Nervous System. cerebral cortex and motor path ways. Recommended Books 1. Jaypee.C. dyspnoea. Neuron and its function. Nervous System: Anatomical structures of cerebral cortex. Micro-anatomical and gross structure of bones. Osteology of human skeleton and various movement of joints. composition and function of blood.Chand 4.Chand. Endocrine System: Endocrine glands (Thyroid.S :Textbook of Human Anatomy. spinal ganglion and autonomic ganglion. and coronary circulation.BM-203 Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY L T P 4 0 0 Elementary Anatomy and Physiology of following systems: 1.

Recommended Books 1. Stryer. hydrophobic interactions. bases. 1994. Other properties of Hydrogen Bonds. Oxford England. 1994. Bio-Molecules Structure and functions of macromolecules.C. New York. 4. G. A. Disorders of acid-base balance. ketone bodies.L. 2. W. hydrogen bonds. New York. Amino acid Metabolism Oxidative degradation and synthesis of amino acids. W. 7. Ionization of Water. Ion Product of Water. Nucleic Acid Metabolism Biosynthesis of purines and pyrimidines. Disorders of lipid metabolism. Effect of Solutes on water properties. : Biochemistry. Vander-waal forces. measurement of pH. protein analysis. glass electrodes. 3. : Text book of Biochemistry for Medical Students.H. methods and purification of proteins. 8. secondary. 1995. 1993. proteins. Water Physical Properties and Hydrogen Bonding of water. nucleic acids and vitamins. Zubay. L. Chemistry and properties of amino acids. Brown Publishers. Blood gas analyzer. 7 .205 BIOCHEMISTRY Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 LT P 4 0 0 1. : Biochemistry. Glycogenesis and their regulation. Citric acid cycle. Carbohydrate Metabolism Glycolysis. lipids. tertiary and quaternary structures. its regulation & catabolism. role of kidney and lungs in acid-base balance. Structure of Liquid water. Lehninger. 10. carbohydrates. Anaerobic and aerobic respiration. Rama Rao. Enzymes as Catalysts. Lipid Metabolism Oxidation of fatty acids. 7th ed. 6. diode interactions. 3. Solvent Properties of Water. synthesis of fatty acids (fatty acid synthesis complex system). 4. worth publishers. Genetic Disorders. Redox Potentials and Oxidative Phosphorylation-mechanism and its inhibitors. Hydrophobic Interactions. Acid Base Homeostasis Acids. A 2. estimation of amino acids. 5. : Principles of Biochemistry. ionic bonds. Glycogenolysis. Factors affecting activities of enzymes. Biological Oxidation Organization of respiratory chain. Biochemical measurement of acid-base status of patients. Proteins Primary. 9. Isolation methods.BM. Chemical Bonds Covalent bonds. UB publication. Freeman and Company. Structure and functions. co-ordinate bonds.

Wein Bridge. 7. coupling capacitor. Interpretation of data sheets. Thermal drift. Analysis of emitter follower using Miller's theorem Oscillators Condition of Oscillators . Effect of an emitter bypass capacitor. 4. RC and RL filter circuits. Determination of h parameters from Transistor characteristics.BM-207 Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS L T P 3 1 0 1. transistor construction and characteristics in CB. Common Mode configuration and common mode rejection Ratio. 6. potential barrier. Noise. Conversion of h Parameter from CB to CE and CC configuration. biasing of FETs. Input bias current. full wave and bridge rectifier and determination of rms. ripple factor and regulation. VBE and beta. Bipolar junction Transistors pnp & npn. Ideal Op-Amp. Effect of variation in power supply voltages on offset voltage. 8 2. Derivation of expression for frequency and amplitude of these oscillators Introduction to Operational Amplifiers Block diagram of a typical Op-Amp. A21. 3. Transistor Biasing and Stabilization Operating point. R1. Bias compensation methods and thermal runaway. bias stability. Temperature and supply voltage sensitive parameters. MOSFET (both depletion and enhancement type). IC package types. Different types of oscillators: RC Phase shift . total output offset voltage. Comparison of three configurations in term A1. various Biasing circuits. parameters and equivalent circuit of an FET. stabilization against lco.diodes. emitter resistance and shunt capacitors on frequency response of amplifier. Inverting & Non Inverting. UJT (construction and characteristics only). Input offset current. h parameter equivalent circuit of transistor. integrated circuits and their types. average value. 5. Change in Input offset voltage and Input offset current with time. capacitor input. Characteristics and performance parameters of and Op-Amp. Open loop configurations : Differential. Diode Circuits PN junction diode. Ideal voltage transfer curve. concept of band structure. special purpose transistors. CE and CC modes. Pin Identification and temperature range. Hartley. Overview of typical set of data sheets. LCD and Photo. half wave. photo. Schematic symbol. diode as a circuit element. . special propose diode. R0. FET as an amplifier in CS configuration. inductor input.transistors Field Effect Transistors Construction and characteristics of Junction Field effect transistor (JFET). Practical Op-Amp: Input offset voltage. calpitt & Crystal Oscillators. Graphical analysis of transistors as an amplifier. Small Signal Low Frequency Transistor Analysis of transistor amplifier using h-parameters in CB. LED. Frequency response of amplifier. CE and CC configuration. Equivalent circuit of an Op-Amp. CMOSFET's.

Kataria. 5. 9 . 3. TMH. 4.B :Electronics Devices & Circuits. AHI. 2.Recommended Books 1. Salivaahanan. Boystad :Electronics Devices & Circuits. Jacob. Millman :Electronics Devices & Circuits. David Bel :Electronics Devices & Circuits. New Age. J. Gupta. S :Electronics Devices & Circuits. TMH.

pH electrodes and their uses. Capacitive Displacement Transducers. Needle electrodes. Bridge balancing Circuits. Deposited metal strain gauges. Inductive and Potentiometric transducers. Capacitive angular displacement transducer-coupled Core type and Non-contact types. Strain gauge displacement trasducers. Polarizable and non polarizable electrodes. design. capacitive transducers. 8. Piezoelectric force and Ultrasound Transducers Piezoelectric phenomenon and materials. Bio-electrodes Electrode-tissue interface. Piezoelectric Pressure Transducer. Bioelectric signals (ECG. Strain Gauges Theory of resistance strain gauges. 4. Contact impedance. Diaphragm Transducers Diaphragm basics. Thermocouples. Thermister probes. . accuracy.BM-209 SENSORS AND TRANSDUCERS Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 L T P 3 1 0 1. Micro electrodes. ECG. Signal and Noise. Electrode equivalent Circuits. Diaphragm types strain gauge transducers. Digital output displacement transducers. 6. RTD bridge circuits. Piezoelectric Microphone. semiconductor strain gauges. Electrode-electrolyte interface. Precision and errors. Type and construction of metal wire and metal foil strain gauges.Scintillation counter. Piezoelectric semiconductor. Signal conditioning circuits. Need for sensor system in diagnosis. ECG electrodes. Piezoelectric acceleration transducer. Effects of high contact impedance. Measurement Fundamentals of Medical Instrumentation: Types of Medical Instruments Recording and Monitoring Instruments: Fundamentals of Medical Instrumentation. LVDT. Recording Systems: Different types of electrodes: Surface electrodes. Potentiometric Displacement transducers. Physiological monitoring. 5. Temperature Transducers and Probes Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTD). beam pattern. Force plate. EEG electrodes. Thermocouple Probes Displacement Transducers Displaement and force transducers. Output voltage expression of piezo-crystal. Scintillation transducer. Ag-AgCl electrode. Temperature compensation. EMG electrodes. Electrode Potential. Thermisters. Nuclear Radiation Transducers Ionization Transducer-GM counter. Biomedical recorders. 10 2 3.RTD construction and characteristics. 9. EMG. Strain Gauge materials. EOG & ERG) and their characteristics. Physiological Transducers Biological sensors in human Body. Piezoelectric Ultrasonic Transducer: Construction. Electrical excitation. 7.

C :Transducers for Biomedical Measurements: Principles and Applications–Wiley. H T Kashipara :Biomedical Transducers. DNA/RNA based biosensors. Biosensors Working Principle of Biosensors. 11 . Biochemical. Recommended Books 1. Photometric blood oxygen saturation sensor. Ahmedabad. New York 11. Cobbold. PCO2 sensor. Enzyme based Glucose sensor.S. Applications of Biosensors. Blood pH electrode/ sensor.10. Transcutaneous PO2 sensor. R. 2. Immobilization of Biological sensing Element.non invasive optical pulse oxymetery. Microbial NO2 biosensor. Polar graphic Clark PO2 sensor. Types of Biosensors. Optical and Enzyme Sensors: Blood gas sensors. Mahajan Publishing House.

Saponification Value of fat. 11. 14. 4. Estimation of carbohydrate by the Anthrone method . SDS Electrophoresis and Molecular weight Determination 12 .BM-211 Internal Marks : 30 External Marks : 20 Total Marks : 50 BIOCHEMISTRY LAB L T P 0 0 3 1. 9. 2. preparations of plasma and estimation of blood glucose.separation of serum. Effect of pH.SGOT. 3. Blood chemistry. urea and cholesterol. 5. SGPT. 6. Liver function tests. Preparation of buffers of different range and checking of pH. 7. Estimation of protein by Lowry’s method. 13. Isoelectric point of casein. Preparation of solutions of different molarities and Normalities. 8. Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis (PAGE). 10. Temperature and concentration on the activity of Alkaline Phosphatase. (Without using kit) Estimation of Bilirubin. 12. Verification of Lambert-Beer’s Law. Quantitative estimation of amino acids using Ninhydrin reaction.

endocrine system. sectioning and staining Preparation of peripheral blood smear & determination of Differential leucocyte count (DLC) Determination of RBC count and Total Leucocyte Count (TLC) Determine Heart Rate via palpation of the Radial artery Determine blood pressure using a manual sphygmomanometer ECG electrode. 5. embedding. 12. muscular system and excretory system. 4. Functional aspects of joints 10 BM-215 Internal Marks: 30 External Marks:20 Total Marks: 50 ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS LAB L T P 0 0 2 1.Fixing. respiratory system. Study of frequency response of RC coupled amplifier. 11. 9. 6. Study of Half wave. Use of different amplifier configurations and the corresponding frequency responses for an RC-coupled amplifier with BJT / FET. To plot the input and output characteristics of CE configuration. 13 . To plot JFET characteristics in CS configuration. Determination of h-parameters of a transistors using output characteristics. full wave & Bridge rectifiers. 8. 3. 2. To plot the input and output characteristics of CB configuration. nervous system. Study of an emitter follower circuit. 10. Study of simple capacitive. its components and maintenance Identification of organs and histological preparation of slides.BM-213 Internal Marks : 30 External Marks : 20 Total Marks : 50 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY LAB L T P 0 0 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Use of Simple Microscope.T &S filters Study of Zener regulator. Design of transistor biasing circuits. its placement and skin preparation Testing of hearing function using Tuning Fork Identification of histological specimen of Tissues and organs (D slides/ Charts) of Digestive system. Circulatory system. 7. Study of parameters of practical op-amp.

5. Superposition. Recommended Books 1. T Section. & their response. 3. Loop currents and loop equations. periodic and singularity voltages. Ladder network. Doublet. Van Valkenberg Sudhakar Sham Mohan Lyer. transient and steady response. Laplace transform of shifted functions. Network Synthesis Network functions. Reciprocity. 2. Pass bands and stop bands. Design of constant-K. node voltage and node equations. IVS JA Administer Chakraborty : Network Analysis & Synthesis :Network Analysis and Synthesis : Network Synthesis by :Electric Circuits :Circuit Theory . Network Theorems. Time and Frequency Domain Analysis Representation of basic circuits in terms of generalized freq. Time domain behavior from poles and zeros. Transfer functions. Real liability condition for impedance synthesis of RL & RC circuits. m-derived filters. step. Filter Synthesis Classification of filters. Circuit Concepts & Circuits Elements Independent and dependent sources. 14 . impulse. Sinusoidal network in terms of poles and zeros. 4. signals and wave forms. 2. Impedance & Admittance function. Thevenin’s Nortan’s Maximum Power Transfer. 3. characteristics impedance and propagation constant of pure reactive network. Network function for two terminal pair network.EE-201 NETWORK ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 L T P 3 2 0 1. poles and zeros and restrictions. Convolution Theorem. Composite filters. 4. Foster and Cauer forms. IT Section. ramp. Relationship between transfer and impulse response. terminating half section.

Basic IC fabrication steps 5. harmonic distortion. thermal runaway. Analog multiplexes and demultiplexes 6. : Digital principle and applications. frequency response of coupled amplifiers. JK. binary ladder D/A converter. circuit diagram. PHI. steady state accuracy test. power amplifier design. Tuned Amplifiers: single tuned. Sequential Circuits Introduction. double tuned and stagger tuned amplifiers and their analysis. output transformer saturation. PIH. voltage shunt. cascading of RC coupled amplifiers and their analysis. Recommended Books Millman and Halkias Boylestad Allen Mottorshead Malvino R. D/A and A/D Converters Introduction. : Modern digital electronics. stability. Registers. TMH.P. D. Weighted register D/A converter. Counter type A/D converter Successive approximation A/D converter. parallel A/D converter. current series. current shunt feedback circuits and their analysis. Monolithic/ Hybrid IC’s).BM-202 ANALOG AND DIGITAL ELECTRONICS Internal Marks: 40 External Marks: 60 Total Marks: 100 L T P 3 1 0 Part A 1. : Digital electronics principle. class-B push-pull amplifier. Feedback in Amplifiers Types of feedback. T edge triggered and decked flip-flop. Single and dual slope A/D converter A/D accuracy and resolution. push-pull amplifiers. Voltage of frequency conversion. complementarysymmetry amplifier.Jain Malvino : Electronic Devices & Circuits. crossover distortion. Multistage Amplifiers Coupling of transistor amplifiers. Voltage series. Type of Registers. effect of negative feedback on gain. Transformer coupled with resistive load. timing wave form and operation counters. class AB push-pull amplifier. variation of output power with load. Advantages of IC’s. counter design with state equation and state diagrams. Voltage of time conversion. power output. : Electronic Devices & Circuits Theory. conversion efficiency of class B amplifiers. 3. Part B 4 Introduction to IC 2. operation of class-A push-pull amplifier. design theory. flip flop SR. : Electronic Devices & Circuits. bandwidth. D/A accuracy and resolution. TMH. General classification of IC’s (Linear/Digital IC’s. distortion and frequency response etc. design of Class-B push-pull amplifier. THM 15 . Large Signal Amplifiers Class A direct coupled with resistive load. PH. transistor phase inverter.

Bioenergetics Catabolism and Anabolism. Chemical Kinetics Theories of Chemical kinetics. ADP and Pyrophosphate. Applications to biochemistry: Donnan Membrane Equilibrium Chromatography Theory. Production of energy in biological systems. . Electrophoretic transfersSouthern. Standard Free energy change of chemical Reactions.BM-204 Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 PHYSICAL BIOCHEMISTRY LT P 4 0 0 1. CD and ORD. Absorption Spectroscopy Theory of light absorption. DNA Cellulose Chromatography. Thin layer and Column Chromatography. Structural determination of Bio-macromolecules. Electron Diffraction. Ion Exchange and Affinity Chromatography. Agarose gel electrophoresis. Fick’s laws of diffusion. Reservoirs of high energy phosphate bonds. Gibbs-Duhem’s Equation. sedimentation coefficient. operations and applications of Partition. ATP Cycle. Electrophoresis Theory. operations and applications. 4. 9. Thermodynamics of Solutions. Electrophoresis on paper. Adsorption. Differential and Integrated rate laws. Multienzyme systems. Diffraction Techniques X-ray Diffraction. Transition state theory. Determination of Molecular weight by Sedimentation equilibrium. Combined electrophoresis and chromatography-Finger printing. diffusion equation. Space symmetry groups. Diffusion-limited processes: Kinetics methods in biochemistry. Mechanisms of chemical and biochemical reactions. free energy coupling processes. Thermodynamics in Biology. cellulose acetate and gel. Applications of density gradient. GLC and HPLC. Crystal structures. Isoelectric focussing. Transport phenomena Active & Passive Transport. Pulse field electrophoresis. 5. Structural analysis of DNA and Proteins using absorption of light. 6. preparative and analytical Ultracentrifugation. Sedimentation Theory of velocity sedimentation. Thermodynamics Laws of Thermodynamics. Absorption by bio-molecules Instrument Used for measurement of light / UV light. 3. 7. 2-D gel electrophoresis. Enzyme kinetics. Free energy. Neutron Diffraction. 16 2. Northern & Western. Density gradient. factors affecting sedimentation velocity. Infrared spectroscopy. 8.

Cantor and Schimmel :Biophysical Chemistry Vol I & III. T. Sharma and Pathania :Biophysical Biochemistry 17 . Ca2+. 4. 6. New York. Signal Transduction -Role of cAMP. 1998. 5. Diacyl Glycerol. Wiley. Recommended Books 1. Ca2+-Homeostasis. 1985.E. 2. Inositol Triphosphate. David Frifelder :Physical Biochemistry. A. Marshal :Biophysical Chemistry. Criesghton :Proteins – Structure and Molecular Principles. Wiley New York. cGMP. Cell Signaling Mechanism of hormone action. Cooper :The Tools of Biochemistry Puri. 1985. 3.G.10. Terrance G.

standards. : Computer Networks. Performance. Par Circuit switching Packet Switching & Message switching virtual circuits. DSL. Error Correction. TMH : Data and Computer Communication. OSI. Digital Data Communication Digital data transmission. 4. Analog and digital data transmission. Encoding and modulating Digital-to-Digital conversion. Protocol Architecture Protocols. 2. 8. codedivision Multiple Access.. Tanenbaum : Data Communications and Networking .. 3. direct sequence spread spectrum. PHI 18 . TCP/IP Protocol Architecture. Media 3. 2nd ed. CRC. data transmission concepts. Behrouz A Ferouzan William Stallings Ulylers D Black Andrew S. 6. X. TDM. Checksum. Error detection and Correction Types of Errors. Detection. Multiplexing and Switching FDM. Modems. 7. 4. EIA-530. Spread Spectrum Concept. DTE – DCE Interface. WDM. Shannon Capacity. Analog and Digital conversion. 2. Digital to Analog conversion. Media. LRC. Recommended Books 1.21. Frequency hoping spread spectrum. Transmission media Guided and Un-guided Computerisation.CS-303 COMPUTER NETWORKS External Marks: 60 Internal Marks: 40 Total Marks: 100 L T P 3 1 0 1. VRC. transmission impairments. Multiplexing application – telephone systems. Cable Modems. 7th ed. : Data Communication and Distributed Networks –3rd Edition PHI. Introduction Basic concepts of analog and digital signals. 5. Analog to Analog conversion. EIA-449. Pearson Edu.

Pulse response & Digital No. complex exponential fourier series. Domain analysis effect of Transfer function on spectral densities. fourier transform of periodic power signals. Stationary of non-Transients. probability Mass function statistical averages. Equivalent input noise signal to noise ration. Gaussion Noise. function. power spectral density. Noise fig. probability of Random events. matched filter. system response impulse. shot noise partial noise. Recommended Books 1.EE-206 SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS Internal Marks : 40 External Marks: 60 Total Marks : 100 L T P 3 1 0 1.D. step and time domain response analysis. amplifier input noise in terms of F-Noise factor or amplifiers. Examples of P. low frequency or flicker.T. Signal Transmission Through Linear Networks Convolution theorem. equivalent noise band width Noise. fourier series representation of periodic signals periodic signal representation using fourier transform. Noise equivalent Bandwidth. Simon Haykin :Communication Signal and Systems Oppenheim and Willsky : Signal and Systems 19 . Noise temperature. true averages and Fygodic. Experimental determination of noise figure. Conditional function with a unit Impulse function. noise factor. input output relations with random inputs. transformation of random variables random processes. System and Signal Analysis Classification of signals and systems. F. 3. and elimination. Probability density functions and statistical averages. Random Signal Theory Introduction to probabilities Definition. stationary. transfer function and frequency. Joint and conditional probability. The sampling theorem low pass and band pass network. avalanche noise bipolar transistor noise. noise. signal representation using fourier series. its graphical interpretation. envelope detector. Introduction to thermal noise. 2. 2.E. burst noise.

Pulmonary function analyzers. Single channel telemetry. Cardiac Arrythmias. 9. Electromyograph. Multichannel telemetry. 6. 1. 3rd ed. 4. University Publication 2. Measurement of continuous Cardiac output. Diagnostic Aids Electronic Stethoscope. Delhi 2nd ed. Audiometer system Bekesy. 2004. Cardiac Measurement Indicator dilution methods.. Telemetry systems for ECG. Impedance technique. Measurement of blood PCO2 blood pH measurement. Respiratory gas Analyzers.Coulter Counters. Ergometer.. N. 7. Pure tone audiometer. 2nd ed. 5. Blood Flow meters Electromagnetic Blood flow meter. Oximetry.BM-206 Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION L T P 3 1 0 1. 2003. Patient Monitoring and diagnostic Systems Digital Pulse Monitor. Blood Pressure and blood flow. & Brown Cromwell et al R. Khandpur Sujay Guha 20 . Photoelectric calorimeter. Webster Carr J. Digital Heart Rate Monitor.S. Absorption spectroscopy. Transmission of Physiological signal over telephone lines. 4. 8. 2003 : Handbook of Biomedical Instrumentation. ECG. Ultrasonic Blood flow meters. NMR Blood flow meters. Tonometer. Pulmonary Function Analyzers Pulmonary Function measurement. Ambulatory monitoring Instruments. Pearson Edu. 3. Temperature data. Plethysmography. 5. Flame Photometer. Complete blood gas Analyzer. Miscellaneous : Ophthalmoscope. Evoked resonse Audiometer system. Multipatient telemetry.John Wiley and sons. Blood Cell Counters Methods of cell counting. Phonocardiogram. Delhi. EEG. Glaucometer. N. Automatic recognition and Differential counting of cells Clinical Laboratory Instruments Spectroscopy. Blood Gas Analyzers Blood PO2 Measurement.. Obstetrical telemetry. : Biomedical Instrumentation & Measurement. Spectrophotometer.J. 2. Biomonitors. Implantable telemetry systems for ECG.Pearson edu. Spirometery. TMH. 3. Audiometers and Hearing Aids Basic Audiometer. :Biomedical Instrument. Biomedical Telemetry Wireless Telemetery. Laser Doppler Blood flow meters. :Medical Electronics and Instrumentation. :Medical Instrumentation. Auto-analyzers. Temperature. Recommended Books John G. 10.

b) Verification of the truth table of the De-Multiplexer 74154. 5. 9. 6. 8. 9. To study FDM modulation techniques. 7. Study and verification of the operations of ALU 74181 with regards to addition / subtraction / comparison. optical fibers etc. Conversion of Analog to Analog signals. To study the characteristics of complementary symmetry amplifier. 3. 2. 6.(a) Design and test of an S-R flip-flop using TOR/NAND gates. Implementation of multiplexers. To study the characteristics of Class-C amplifier.B push-pull amplifier. 3. To study the characteristics of Class. 21 . 5. 8. Conversion of digital to digital signals. co-axial cables. (a) Verification of the truth table of the Multiplexer 74150. To study the characteristics of Class. 7. To study TDM modulation techniques To study WDM modulation techniques To study various transmission media like twisted pairs. 2.BM-208 ANALOG AND DIGITAL ELECTRONICS LAB Internal Marks: 30 External Marks: 20 Total Marks : 50 L T P 0 0 2 1.315 COMPUTER NETWORKS LAB External Marks: 20 Internal Marks: 30 Total Marks: 50 LTP 0 0 2 1. 4. To study the characteristics of Class. To study the characteristics of a Class.B amplifier. 4.A amplifier. (b) Verify the truth table of a J-K flip-flop (7476) (c) Verify the truth table of a D flip-flop (7474) and study its operation in the toggle and asyneronous modes.AB amplifier. Conversion of Analog to digital signals. CS. Conversion of digital to analog signals.

Illustrations of parts. 22 . distance.C. To measure pressure. To study the components of spectrophotometers and colorimeters Study the working of Electronic Stethoscopes. Calculation of Cardiac axis through ECG Study the working of spirometer and determining lung volumes and capacities Measurement of leakage current with the help of safety factor. 9. 2 3 4. Identification of different types of pH electrodes Use of various types of transducers and their maintenance. 5 6. 7.BM-212 BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION LAB External Marks: 20 Internal Marks: 30 Total Marks: 50 LTP 0 0 2 1. Digital Thermometers. 10. 11. temperature. volume using transducers Measurement of skin contact impedance and techniques to reduce it Recording of 12 lead ECG using portable ECG machine and determination of various intervals and periods. functions and maintenance. Audio meters. Calculation of magnification. E. Hearing aids. 8. Use of simple microscope. pH meters and their maintenance.G. Bio-monitors .

Anesthesia Applications in anesthesia. 2. Tonometor. normal and abnormal ECG’s. Keratometer.Various tests performed. Kenedi :A textbook of Biomedical Engineering. Maxmillan ed. contact lenses. Refractometer. Genesis of Electro oculogram (EOG).Application and Design Otto Glasser :Medical Physics. Hypertension.. Analysis and Interpretation of ECG from technology point of view. principle and functions. Principles of dialysis. Strategies. Management of Medical Equipments Risk factors. Components of dialyzers. scanner. Biophysics.1995. Nephrology Diagnostic applications of Radionuclides in renal medicine.BM-301 CLINICAL ENGINEERING Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 L T P 3 1 0 1. 3. J. 1972. heart lung machine. Recommended Books 1. 3rd ed. Opthamoscope..M. Slit lamp Biomicroscope and camera.G. 5. operating microscope.1979. 23 . Treadmill. perimeter. 6. Cardiovascular measurements: Heart rate monitor. Webster :Biomedical Instrumentation.Atrial and ventricular. Fibrillation. Haemodialysis and other types of Dialysis. Cardiac pacing. Alzhymer’s and Parkinson Disease. fundus camera. Basis of ERG diagnosis. Safety and applications. 2. 4. Vitrectomy Instrument. temporary and permanent pacing. electromagnet. Diagnostic indications. A.C. controls and monitoring services of dialysers. Salomon and Paper :Clinical Nephrology – the kidney diseases. 1980 R Shalak and Shu Chen :Handbook of Bioengineering Stranss and Welt :Diseases of Kidney. 1978 Carr JJ and Brown J M :An Introduction to Biomedical Equipment Technology.Automatic clinical analyzer. Diabetes. surgical diathermy. 5 6 7 8 R. cardiac catheterization. equipments used for open heart surgery. Asthma. Equipments. ultrasound. Prosthetic devices.Vision testing Equipments – Sneller’s chart. Vol II. principle of OT tables and lights. 3. 4th ed. Ophthalmology Genesis of Electroretinogram (ERG). intraocular lenses. Burton :Cardiovascular Physiology . 4. Rheumatic heart disease. Cardiac Diseases Cardiac cycle. organ laster. photo therapy. Functions of Hospital clinical chemistry laboratory. Ergo meter. medical gas supply system . principle and application of Echo Cardiography. intensive care. principle of equipment used in pain therapy. Basis of Common Diseases and Clinical Investigations Disease Codes from WHO. valves and their function – Conducting systems. Retinoscope. intravenous drug delivery system. Ischemic heart disease. Cardiac assist devices. 2nd ed.

3 LU decomposition method. arithmetic expressions and assignment statements. Overview of C++ language 1. enumerated data types.2 Gauss-Jordan method.3 Newton-Raphson method.1 Errors of interpolation.4 The C-preprocessor. 6. 3. 5. Systems of Linear Equations and Inverse of a Matrix 4. 4. 5.1 Data types.3 Choice of optimal step size.4 Cholesky method for symmetric and positive definite systems. 3. 3.1 Methods based on finite differences. 1. constants. Transcendental and Polynomial Equations Bisection method. 4.2 Divided differences. Round-off error.3 Newton’s divided difference interpolation. 5. 5.5 Newton’s forward and backward differences interpolation. unions.2 Program control statements. Truncation error. 1. 5. Stability of numerical algorithms.4 Rate of convergence of iterative methods. variables. C standard Lib and header files. Errors in Numerical Computation Sources of errors in numerical computation. 3. 4.2 Methods based on undetermined coefficients.1 Gauss-elimination method. 2.1 Secant method. 6. 6. 1.2 Regula-Falsi method.3 Arrays.6 Gauss-Seidel iteration method. console I/O. Structures. 6.4 Richardson extrapolation methods. Inherent error. Interpolation and Approximation Lagrange interpolation. 6. functions and pointers. 5. 3. 24 3.5 Gauss-Jacobi iteration method. 5. .5 System of nonlinear equations. 4. Numerical Differentiation Methods based on interpolation.7 Rate of convergence of iterative methods.6 Least squares approximation. 4. 4.4 Finite differences. 4.BM-303 Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 NUMERICAL METHODS AND COMPUTER PROGRAMMING L T P 3 1 0 1.

Jain :Numerical Methods for Scientific and Engineering Computation. Balagurusamy :Programming in ANSI C. Numerical Integration 7. 8. John Wiley. 7. 8. Gerald. New Age International Publishers. John Wiley. Atkinson :Elementary Numerical Analysis.2 Runge-Kutta methods (Second and fourth order). Sastry. IVth ed. 8. Iyengar and..7. New Age. Gauss-Chebyshev methods. Recommended Books 1. Gauss-Hermite methods).1 Euler method. Prentice Hall of India. 2 Jain. :Introductory Methods of Numerical Analysis. John Wiley Akai :Applied Numerical Methods.5 Gaussian methods (Gauss-Legendre methods. Jain :Numerical Methods : Problems and Solutions. 8th Edition.2 Composite integration methods. Ralston and Rabinowitz :A First Course in Numerical Analysis” TMH 2nd edition. 1994. 7. Kreyszig :Advanced Engineering Mathematics.1 Newton Cotes methods (Trapezoidal rule. TMH. Addison-Wesley. Numerical Solution of First Order Ordinary Differential Equations Taylor’s series method. Wheatley :Applied Numerical Analysis. 7. Jain. Simpson’s rule). GaussLaguerre methods. 1978. Iyengar and. 2003.3 Derivation of methods using the method of undetermined parameters. E. 25 .4 Romberg integration. 7. 1992.

attenuation. Doppler ultrasound systems and their applications to the study of blood flow. refraction and absorption). sector scan. image formation. and ultrasound properties in body (velocity. Doppler imaging. computerized X-ray Tomography. functional MRI and spectroscopy. quality & safety specifications of X-ray equipment. Distortionless condition. X-ray Machine & Digital Radiography X-ray equipment (soft and hard X-rays). Theory and construction of array transducer for imaging.C : Handbook of Biomedical Engineering : Text Book of Radiology :Applied Clinical Engineering :Digital Image Processing 26 . Recommended Books 1. m-mode and b-scan. scan scattering and propagation of ultrasound in biological and material with applications to imaging and tissues. MRI Machines. Radiation protection. Transmission Lines Circuit representation of parallel plane transmission lines.S. Low loss RF and UHF transmission lines. Scattered radiation and its importance to radio graphical image. Practical interpretation of ultrasound. 3. annular array system. X-ray Computed Tomography & MRI Systems Tomographic imaging principle. application of scan. reflection. 4 R. 3. engineering principles of x-ray system. 2. wave characteristics. Transmission line charts – Impedance matching.BM-305 Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 MEDICAL IMAGING TECHNOLOGIES L T P 3 1 0 1. Khandpur Christensens Barry N. measurement of image system. Principle and applications of Applied Positron Tomography. Use of ultrasound in biological field. Medical Thermography – Thermographics equipment and their application 2. Magnetic resonance (NMR) Spectroscopy. 4. Parallel plane transmission line with losses. Basic principles of radio-diagnosis. image analysis. Ultrasonic Imaging System Ultrasonic wave motion. Fimberg Garzole R. mechanical sector transducers. linear scan using multi element linear array scanner. intensity. Ultrasound transducer.

Transformation to phase variables Canonical forms of state variables. examples: mathematical model of the controlled process of the body. 4. 3. 3. pharmacy kine model. skeletal muscle servomechanisms Recommended Books 1.BM-307 Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 BIO-CONTROL SYSTEMS L T P 4 1 0 1. Patel :A manual of medical laboratory technology Kent and Olsen :Control Systems. relationship among controllability. models of receptors. dynamic systems and their control. basis for zero order and first order chemical kinetics behavior in biological system. general structure of control system. urea distribution model. mode and block diagrams. Mathematical modeling of the system Thermo regulation. relationship b\w state equations and higher order differential equations. matrix representation of state equation. Respiratory model and systems. open and close loop systems instability. multi compartmental system. state transition equation. Observability and transfer function. distribution and accessibility of body waters and tissue compartments. receptor and perceived intensity. properties of transition matrix. Biological Receptors: Introduction. 27 . 6. 2. Introduction to state variable analysis of control systems: Introduction to state variable concept. Eigen values and Eigen vectors.H. characteristics equation. Michael CK Khoo :Physiological Control Systems: Analysis. the anatomy of thermoregulation. Simulation and Estimation. thermoregulation of cold bloodedness. the dynamic response characteristics of the pupil control system. A. 5. 2. Dissolution of drugs in solid form. TMH. cardiovascular control system. Modeling the body as compartments Behavior in simple compartmental systems. automatic aperture control. definition of state variables. receptor characteristics. Introduction to Biological Control system: Introduction. the pupil control systems. observability canonical form Jordan canonical form controllability and observability of linear system. controllability canonical form. transfer function. state equation and transfer function. lumping and partial differential equations. warm bloodedness. 2003.

features of designing a tissue engineering scaffold. In vitro Fertilization.Gupta :Biotechnology and Genomics.Synthetic and Natural. Organ Culture. 28 .2004. Tissue Microenvironment. 6. Totipotent Embryonic Stem cells.-Soluble Growth factors and Insoluble Factors Physical Considerations Organisation of Tissues into Functional Subunits. Mass Transfer in 3-D Configurations. Biomimetic scaffolds Scaling up Key Design challenges. Pearson Prentice Hall. 4. Biological Considerations Cell Differentiation. Griffith and Smith :Animal Biotechnology. 2.BM-309 Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 TISSUE ENGINEERING L T P 4 0 0 1. 3. Organ/Embryo Culture Explanation Techniques. Estimating Tissue Function from Spec Sheets. Cell Aggregation. Bone grafts. Neural Stem cells. Nerve Grafts. Types of stem cells-Pluripotent haemopoietic stem cells. Therapeutic cloning. Biomaterials Stem Cell lines Stem cells. Vol I & II Freshney :Animal Cell Culture P. Embryo Transfer Technology Tissue Engineering and Scaffolds Materials for Tissue Engineering. 5.K. Whole Embryo Culture. Maturational Lineage Biology Pluripotent Stem cell lines. 3. 4. Bioartificial organs. Stem cell Therapy and cloning. Rastogi Publications 2nd ed 2005 Bernhard Palsson & Sangeeta Bhatia :Tissue Engineering. Marrow stromal cells. biodegradable and non-biodegradable scaffolds. Recognition sites. Recommended Books 1. Implementation of Tissue Engineered Products 2. Tissue Engineering of skin. Cell Motility Cellular Communications.

volume. Kinetics and kinematics of joint. Springer Verlag. 1997. mechanism and transport in microcirculation. 3. ECG time based cyclic variation. 4. Springer Verlag. Newtonian and Non-Newtonian Fluid. Y.BM-311 Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 BIOMECHANICS L T P 4 0 0 1. 6. methods of determining lung pressure and volume. Transcapillary fluid movements in systemic circulation. Springer Verlag. Recommended Books 1. Muscle in terms of its elastic and contractile element parameters Lung Mechanics Lung structure and function. Lubrication of joints.strain relationship. Couette flow and Hagen-Poiseville equation. ligaments and tendon. Hall : Basic Biomechanics l. Academic Press Inc. 1981 Dawson and Right :Introduction to biomechanics of joints and joint replacement. Diffusion properties of articular cartilage. Analysis of force in orthopaedic implants Cochlear Mechanics Passive Models. 5. Susan J. 2. Newton’s Law. Intra-ventricular blood Flow Analysis of Velocity and Pressure Gradient Arterial impedance relating pulse pressure and flow rate. Active Models. TMH. Viscoelastic fluid. Otolith Distributed Parameter model.C. Orthopaedic Mechanics Mechanical properties of Cartilage. 1999. Mechanical properties of bone. Structural and functional properties of skin. 4. Vestibular Mechanics. airway resistance and conductance. systolic modules verses stress properties and their physiological connotation. Semicircular Canal Distributed Parameter model and its Frequency Response. Nonlinear stress. 1988 29 . 1989. 7. Jacob Kline :Handbook of Biomedical Engineering. Non. turbulent flow. Mechanical Engg. Flow Dynamical Study of Circulating System Heart and blood vessels. Fung :Biomechanics-Mechanical Properties of Living tissues. Introduction to Fluid Mechanism Basic laws governing conservation of mass. Y. Soft Tissue Mechanics Pseudo-elasticity. 3. 6. Publication Ltd. Ozkay & Margareta Nordin: Fundamentals of Biomechanics. Ventricular pressure. Hooke’s Law. microcirculatory flow. Fung : Biomechanics –Circulation. 5. 2002. momentum and energy. Determination of ventricular wall diastolic. laminar flow. Otolith Transfer Function and Frequency Response.C.Dimensionalisation of the Motion Equation. physiological factors controlling blood pressure. 2. Heart valves.

d. 4. 4. To develop computer programs for solution of system of simultaneous linear equations using: Gauss Elimination Technique. Bisection method. Regula-Falsi method. without and with specified boundary conditions. for full as well as bounded symmetric and unsymmetrical matrices Numerical integration by Trapezoidal and Simpson's rule. Gauss-Siedel iteration method Solution of ordinary differential equations by (i) Eular Method (ii) Runge-Kutta Method (iii) Taylor Series Methods Various matrix operation-and their use as sub-routines 3. 2. 5. 5. 8. c. Secant method. 6. 3. Counting of cells using Haemocytometer Viability test using Trypan Blue Exclusion method Isolation of Lymphocyte Preparation of media and glassware Establishment of Primary cell culture from lymphocyte Trypsinisation of monolayer Cell culture in static phase Cell culture in spinner flasks Metabolic study of cell culture BM-315 NUMERICAL METHODS AND COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LAB Internal marks : 30 External marks : 20 Total marks : 50 L T P 0 0 2 1. 9. 30 . Newton Raphson method 2. 7. b. To develop computer program to determine roots of a given equation using method of a. 6.BM-313 TISSUE ENGINEERING LAB Internal marks : 30 External marks : 20 Total marks : 50 L T P 0 0 2 1.

To study the transition from laminar flow to turbulent flow and to ascertain the lower critical Reynold’s number. To prove that blood is a Non-Newtonian fluid.P. 6. To study the flow through a variable area duct and to verify Bernoulli’s energy equation. Treadmill and Ergometer 31 . 2. To study the effect of various physiological parameters (posture. Spirometry 9. Determine the Reynold’s Number of Blood.BM-317 BIOMECHANICS LAB Internal marks : 30 External marks : 20 Total marks : 50 L T P 0 0 2 1. To study the technique of blood flow analysis by Colour Doppler 7.M. exercise) on B. 5. 4. 10. Pulse & Respiration. 3. 8..G. E. To determine the Coefficient of Discharge for an obstruction flow meter.

Scientific American Books. Gene Regulation DNA Transfection.Jai Press Ltd.. adaptors and their chemical synthesis. cloning differentially expressed genes. Benjamin / Cummings. U. DNA primers. reverse transcription. Different forms of PCR eg multiplexes. Garland Publishers Inc. B. London. Restriction enzymes. host engineering. Royal Society of Chemistry.BM-302 Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 GENETIC ENGINEERING L T P 3 0 0 1 Molecular tools and their applications Milestones in Genetic Engineering. 6. Date. et. DNA chips and cDNA microarrays. Phage Display Transgenic and Gene Knockout Technologies Targeted gene replacement synthesis and Cloning. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Recommended Books 1. Chromosome engineering. gene editing. :Methods in Gene Technology .. USA. RNAse protection assay. New York.Blackwell. expression in mammalian cells. J. England. cDNA. 32 . expression in insects and insect cells.D. Alternative strategies of gene cloning: Cloning interacting genes-Two and three hybrid systems. In vitro transcription and translation. London. Expression Strategies for Heterologous Genes Vector Engineering and codon optimization. primer extension. expression in plants. : Recombinant DNA. RT PCR. Old and Primorose :Principles of Gene Manipulation . :Molecular Biology of Gene. SI mapping. e PCR etc.. al. gene correct. 4th Gene Cloning Vectors Plasmids. 1994. Restriction Mapping of DNA fragments and Map Construction.1991 2. Gene Therapy Vector engineering. 1994. expression in bacteria. Site-directed Mutagenesis and Protein Engineering. Artificial chromosomes. 3. 4. Watson. J. Strategies of gene delivery.K. DNA and RNA markers. Watson. modification enzymes. Alberts. Northern blot. Nanotechnology and its applications to Medicine. 1994. :Molecular Biology of Cell.N. mRNA. characterization of recombinant proteins. et al. Library construction and screening. enrichment. expression in Yeast. Nucleic Acid Sequencing. Transposon Tagging Role of gene tagging in gene analysis. California. Gene regulation and silencing. J. Gene replacement / augmentation. 5. Processing of Recombinant Proteins Purification and refolding. Applications of PCR in detecting genetic disorders. cosmids. bacteriophages. Identification and isolation of genes through R-DNA or transposon. 1993. T-DNA and transposon tagging. Polymerase Chain Reaction Basic principles. 1994. Reporter assays. phagemids. Walker and Gingold:Molecular Biology and Biotechnology. stabilization proteins.

keyboard. its design and applications. Microprocessor evolution and its types. Pearson Education Frank Vahid and Tony Givargus Gaonkar B. 8254. 8051 Micro Controller Comparison of Micro processor and Micro controller. memory segmentation.V. USART interfacing with 8085 MPU. 6. Ali Mazidi David e Simon. DMA controller. Introduction to 8085 instructions programming techniques. 8279. stack and subroutines. 2. 2 3 Recommended Books 1. Microprocessor system peripheral and interface: Introduction to interfacing. 8155. DAC and external memory. 8255. Introduction to Microprocessor Overview of Microprocessor Structure and its operation. interrupts of 8085. Introduction to an embedded system and FPGA Kit Introduction to latest micro controllers such as ARM processors. I/O 8085 Micro processor Programming model. counters and time delays. Memory Interfacing. D.BM-304 Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 MICROPROCESSOR. ADC and sensors. minimum and maximum mode. MICROCONTROLLER AND EMBEDDED SYSTEMS L 3 T P 0 0 1. 5. Memory mapped I/O and peripheral mapped. 8086 Microprocessor : 8086 internal architecture. Programming and hardware 33 . programmable interrupt controller. Programming and Application with 8085 :Introduction to Micro processor :Micro processor Interfacing. 4. Ram. 8086 system configuration and timing. 3. micro controller and embedded processors Serial Communication: 8051 connection to RS 232. Hall :The 8051 Micro Controller and embedded Systems : An embedded software primer :Embedded system design :Microprocessor Architecture. 8051 serial communication programming. 8085 Microprocessor : 8085 MPU. address modes. stepper motor. Real World Interfacing: LCD.

Principles and description of Dialysis equipment – infusion pumps haemodialysers.basic principles. energy requirement. Working of surgical diathermy and its safety aspects. Diathermy equipment Electrosurgical Equipments and Techniques. coagulation. Recommended Books 1. Arrhythmia Monitors and analyzers. Applications of laser in medicine: control of gastric hemorrhage by photocoagulation. Khandpur R. Photo therapy devices. Functional electrical stimulators and De-stimulators. pumping mechanism and resonator design. retinal detachment. Diagnostics and Therapeutic Equipments Principles and description of electronic and optical assembly. Therapeutic Equipments (For ICU) Ventilators – Anesthesia ventilators and critical care ventilators. comparative study. Laproscope. Electrosurgery units. Pulse Monitors. microwave. Shortwave diapulse. ECG analyzers. Varieties and applications. catheters (Varieties & Use) Oxygenators. Nerve and Muscle stimulators. Construction. Types of LASER: pulsed ruby laser. Ultrasonic stimulators. Therapeutic Equipments for Cardiology Defibrillators . Pain relievers. spinal cord stimulator and cerebral stimulator 2. Electrotherapy: diagnosis. Electrotomy. heat production and heat loss methods. 6. Principles and description of Endoscopes. 5. fulguration.G. 3 4 R. LASER Technology Basic concept about LASER. Neonatal Instrumentation Incubator: Physiological heat balance. Bio-Medical Stimulators and De-stimulators Principles. its principle of operation. Principles and description of Spirometry – Plathysmorgraphy. Apnea detection. desication. Cystoscopes. 4.S. application and dosage control. synchronous operations. 7. circuit description. Electro surgical stimulators and analyzers. Webster 34 . oxygen and CO2 analyzers. Properties. Pulse Meters. JG :Handbook of Biomedical Engineering :Introduction of Analytical Instruments :Introduction to Bio-medical Equipment Technology :Biomedical Instrumentation : J.BM-306 Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 BIOMEDICAL EQUIPMENTS L T P 3 0 0 1. 2. Principle . ultrasonic therapy. spark gap valve. ND YAG laser. gain medium. 3. Holter Monitors. Fiber optic endoscopes. implantable defibrillators. solid-state generator. Khandpur Carr and Brown Webster. Heart Lung machines – basic principles. LASER coherence.S. argon laser and CO2 laser.

Park 35 . 6. Polypropylene. Polyurethanes. resorbable polymers. 4. 2002 :Encyclopedia of Medical Devices and Instruments. piezoelectric effect. 8. Vascular Implants. Orthopedic implants – types of orthopedic function devices. Vol I-IV :Biocompatibility of clinical implants materials. Hydrogels. Kidney Function. Plastics. plasticity. 7. Polyamides. David F. 5. 9 10. Elastin. Cook AM and Webster J 6. Lungs. Carbon and Polymer materials Absorbable and porous biomaterials. John G.Cellulose. hip joint. J. hand and foot. CRC Press. with example. Orthopedic Implants Alveolar bone replacements. permanent joint replacements. Metallic and Ceramic Biomaterial. sutures. Recommended Books 1. Surface chemistry of biomaterials. 1995 2. dental prosthesis. silicones rubber. cobalt based alloys. acrylic implants. deformation and fracture. factors influencing polymer properties. Biological testing of biomaterials. 11. Narosa Publishing House. I :Therapeutic Medical Devices :Biomaterials – An Introduction . Cardiac Pacemaker. degradable ceramics and composites. Chitin etc. Heart. Mucopolysaccharides. Surface reactive ceramics. Polymer compatibility. inelasticity. Synthetic and Polymeric Biomaterials Polymers in Biomedical use. Polymer and Plastics Classification. 3. Biodegradable polymers. Sujata Bhat 2. Carbon and Ceramic Biomaterials Carbon.B. Aorta. Polyethylene. thermal and chemical phenomenon. Webser 3. Blood Rheology. polymer degradation. Biopolymers Collagens. bone cement. dialysis membrane. Proteoglycans. Sensory Devices: Intraocular Lens and hearing aids :Biomaterials. Introduction of different types of Biomaterials Polymers. Prosthetic Devices Artificial limbs.BM-308 BIOMATERIALS Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 L T P 3 0 0 1. Blood Substitutes. tissue adhesives. Conducting polymers. Mechanical Properties and Tests For elasticity. thermal properties. Metallic Properties and use to titanium alloys stainless steel. Vol. Cardiovascular Implants and Extracorporeal Devices Blood clotting. Valves. Williams 5. Alumina.

7. DM. 4. :Digital Communication TMH. Digital Modulation Digital modulation – coherent binary modulation techniques – coherent quadrature modulation techniques – non-coherent binary modulation – M-array modulation – performance of digital modulation systems based on probability if error – band width – ISI. 5. 3. Base Band Data Communication Sampling and quantization – PCM. 2001. 1992. Bernald Sklan Taub & Schilling Simon Haykins B. TMH.B. Recommended books 1. Analog Modulation Systems Basic principles of AM. 5. :Digital and Analog Communication Systems . 3. Spread Spectrum and Error Correction Techniques 9 Fundamental concepts – Direct sequence spread spectrums and frequency hopping spread spectrum – Block Codes – cyclic codes. Base band pulse shaping – binary data formats – base band transmission – ISI – correlative coding – optimum SNR – matched filter detection. 2. and PM – Spectra – power consideration – receivers characteristics and deduction of AM. TMH. ADM. John Wiley. 2.BM-310 Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING L T P 3 0 0 1. 1992.P. 1992. 1985. ADPCM. :Principles of Communication. FM. 2nd edition 2001. :Analog and Digital Communication Systems. 6. :Digital Communication. 36 . Spectral Analysis and Random Process Spectral characteristics of periodic and aperiodic signal – Spectra of common signals related to communication – cross correlation – autocorrelation and power / energy density spectra – random signals and process – modelling noises. John Wiley. FM. PHI.Carlson K. Sam Shanmugam : Digital Communication Pearson Education. 4. and PM and Systems performance – Threshold effects reduction. :Communication Systems .Lathi Proakis A. 1990.

• Introduction. characteristic features. case studies. Desert ecosystem d. Case studies. Biogeographical classification of India Value of biodiversity :consumptive use. salinity. Land resources :Land as a resource. Role of an individual in conservation of natural resources. lakes. Unit 3 :Ecosystems • Concept of an ecosystem. 37 . productive use. Unit 2 :Natural Resources :Renewable and non-renewable resources : Natural resources and associated problems. National and local levels. • Structure and function of an ecosystem. • Producers. floods. Timber extraction. man induced landslides. dams-benefits and problems. consumers and decomposers. deforestation. fertilizer-pesticide problems. conflicts and water. d) Food resources :World food problems. oceans. soil erosion and desertification. scope and importance Need for public awareness. • Structure and function of an ecosystem. aesthetic and option values Biodiversity at global. social. renewable and non renewable energy sources.CE-216 Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES L T P 3 0 0 Unit 1 :The Multidisciplinary nature of environmental studies Definition. streams. e) f) • • Energy resources :Growing energy needs. Aquatic ecosystems (ponds. • Ecological succession. c) Mineral resources :Use and exploitation. use of alternate energy sources. • Energy flow in the ecosystem. consumers and decomposers. Equitable use of resources for sustainable lifestyles. land degradation. case studies. mining. ethical. food webs and ecological pyramids. structure and function of the following ecosystem :a. Grassland ecosystem c. drought. • Producers. environmental effects of extracting and using mineral resources. dams and their effects on forests and tribal people. species and ecosystem diversity. effects of modern agriculture. water logging. types. rivers. • Food chains. case studies. a) Forest resources :Use and over-exploitation. b) Water resources :Use and over-Utilization of surface and ground Water. Forest ecosystem b. estuaries) Unit 4 : Biodiversity and its conservation • • • • Introduction – Definition: genetic. changes caused by agriculture and overgrazing.

• Human Rights. earthquake. • Environmental ethics :Issues and possible solutions. Threats to biodiversity :habitat loess. Case studies.effects and control measures of :a. nuclear accidents and holocaust. Unit 7 : Human Population and the Environment • Population growth. watershed management • Resettlement and rehabilitation of people . Endangered and endemic species of India Conservation of biodiversity :In-situ conservation of biodiversity. • Environment Protection Act. Water pollution c. • Climate change. Noise pollution f.its problems and concerns. • Disaster management :floods. Marine pollution e. effects and control measures of urban and industrial wastes. Unit 6 :Social Issues and the Environment • From Unsustainable to Sustainable development • Urban problems related to energy • Water conservation. global warming. Unit 5 :`Environmental Pollution Definition Causes . • Role of Information Technology in Environment and human health. poaching of wildlife. Thermal pollution g. acid rain. 38 . cyclone and landslides. ozone layer depletion. • Value Education. • Environment and human health. Air pollution b. • Pollution case studies. • Public awareness. • Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act. • Population explosion – Family Welfare Programme. • Consumerism and waste products. variation among nations. man-wildlife conflicts.• • • • • India as a mega-diversity nation Hot-spots of biodiversity. • Wasteland reclamation. Case studies. Soil pollution d. • HIV /AIDS • Women and Child Welfare. • Water (Prevention and control of Pollution) Act • Wildlife Protection Act • Forest Conservation Act • Issues involved in enforcement of environmental legislation. • Role of an individual in prevention of pollution. rain water harvesting. Nuclear hazards • Solid waste Management :Causes.

9. power source of implantable pacemaker leads and electrodes) Demonstration of coronary care devices-coronary stents. 7. • Visit to a local polluted site – Urban //Rural /Industrial /Agricultural • Study of common plants. birds. river. 3. Nerve and muscle stimulator Ultrasonic Stimulator Electro-surgical stimulator Functional electrical stimulator To study the working of Spirometry. 6. 13. 8. Plathysmogram ECG Monitor Pace maker (external and implantable. 12. etc. • Study of simple ecosystems-pond. Dithermy equipment (Operation and Demonstration) To study the properties of Titanium alloys/ stainless steel alloys/Cobalt alloys To find the elastic strength & compression strength of bone Determine the Young’s Modulus of your hair strand Materials used in dental prostheses and their strength.• Case Studies. 11. insects. 5. 4. hill slopes. 10. Unit 8 : Field work • Visit to a local area to document environmental and river forest grassland hill mountain. Visit to Hospital / Medical Institute /Manufacturer’s Workshop for Exposure 39 . 2.(Field work Equal to 5 lecture hours) BM-312 BIOINSTRUMENTATION AND BIOMATERIAL LAB Internal Marks : 30 External Marks : 20 Total Marks : 50 L T P 0 0 2 1.

2. Interfacing of high power devices to Micro-controller port-lines. 5. Write a program to add & subtract two 16-bit number using 8085 . 19. 16. 10. Study of Interrupt structure of 8051/8031 micro controllers. 9. Write a program to control speed of DC motor using 8085/8086 microprocessors and 8255 PPI Study of 8051/8031 Micro controller kits. Study of 8085 Microprocessor Kit. 13. 6. 12. 14. Write a program to add two numbers lying at two memory locations and display the result.BM-314 MICROPROCESSOR AND MICROCONTROLLER LAB Internal Marks : 30 External Marks : 20 Total Marks : 50 L T P 0 0 2 1. 3. 4. 15. Write a program to generate a Ramp waveform using DAC with micro controller. Write a program to control the temperature using 8085/8086 microprocessors and 8255 PPI. Write a program for finding square of a number using look-up table and verify. Write a program for multiplication of two numbers lying at memory location and display the result. 11. Write a program to check a number for being ODD or EVEN and show the result on display. Write a program to add two 8-bit number using 8085. 18. 8. Write a program to subtract two 16-bit number using 8085 . 17. Write a program of Flashing LED connected to port 1 of the Micro Controller. 7. 40 . Write a program to multiply two 8 bit numbers by repetitive addition method using 8085. LED. Write a program to interface the ADC. Study 8086 Microprocessor kit Write a program to control the operation of stepper motor using 8085/8086 microprocessors and 8255 PPI. Study of Interrupt structure of 8051/8031 micro controllers. relays and LCD display. 20.

Southern blotting Transformation of cells Identification of transformed cells Isolation and analysis of RNA Detection of MTB 41 . 4. Isolation of plasmid DNA and its visualization through electrophoresis. 3.BM-316 GENETIC ENGINEERING LAB Internal Marks : 30 External Marks : 20 Total Marks : 50 L T P 0 0 2 1. 6. 5. 2.

Peripheral Nerve Injuries Role of Surgery in Rehabilitation Rehabilitation of Paraplegia. Congenital Malformations. E. 9.2nd ed. Amputation and Prosthetics Mobility Aids Architectural Barriers Vocational Rehabilitation Rehabilitation of Pain. 5. Brain Injury. Neurological.2000 42 . Cerebral Palsy. Poliomyelitis. 7. Fractures and Pain Syndromes Recommended Books: Sydney Litich Sydney Litich William Sunder S. Paralysis. CRC. Stroke. 10. 8. Arthritis. Cardio respiratory and Hematological Conditions Rehabilitation of Burns. Introduction to Rehabilitation Medicine Delivery of Rehabilitation Care: The Rehabilitation Team Therapeutic Exercise Techniques Sociolegal Aspects of Rehabilitation Principles in Management of Communication Impartment Behavioral and Learning Problems in the Disabled Orthotics. Quadriplegia. 2002 :The Biomedical Engineering Handbook. 2nd ed. 12 13 14. 4.BM-401/402 REHABILITATION ENGINEERING Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 L T P 3 1 0 1. Prentice :Text book of Rehabilitation. 3. Manipulation & Traction :Rehabilitation techniques. 11. 6. Bronzino :Therapeutic Exercise :Massage . Jaypee. 2.

discrete-time analytic signal generation. 4. equivalent structures. basic FIR digital filters. Fourier Series. Design Based on Frequency Samping Approach. FIR Filters. digital sine-cosine generator. signal flow-graph representation. 3. Applications Implementation considerations : basic issues software implementation computation of the discrete fourier transform. voice privacy system. Algorithms. 3. Design preliminary consideration. analysis of coefficient quantization effects analysis of coefficient quantization effects in FIR Filters representative applications : dial-tone multi frequency signal detectic. tunable FIR digital filters. Typical Signal Processing Applications. all pass filters. Implementation. gamma rays Cardiology Signal processing – arrhythmia detection algorithms. Typical Signal Processing Operations. structures. detection of alpha. computational complexity of digital filter structures. impulse invariance method of FIR filter design. 2. Sanjit K. analysis using short discrete fourier transform. subband coding of speech and audio signals. special Transformulations of FIR filter design. state-space structures. 2. bilinear transform method of FIR filter design of digital FIR notch filters. paralled all pass realization of FIR Transfer functions. FIR Filter. Neurological Signal Processing Modeling of EEG signals. cascaded realization of FIR filters. musical sound processing. low pass FIR digital filter design examples. Digital Signal Processors Overview of Motorola DSP 563XXX family of digital signal processors architectures of DSP 56307 assembly language instructions and programming typical software applications. beta. Examples of Typical Signals. and Applications 43 . 5. Recommended Books: 1. digital fm stereo generation. Concepts Signals and Signal Processing Characterization and Classification of Signals. Mitra : Digital Signal Processing A Computer Based Approach Richard G Lyons :Understanding Digital Signal Processing Proakis & Dimitris Manolakis :DSP Principles. Computer-Aided Design of Digital Filters. the quantization process and errors.BM-403/404 Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 BIOMEDICAL SIGNAL PROCESSING L T P 3 1 0 1. Digital Filters Structures : block diagram representation.

Image Transforms DFT. contrast manipulation. Aprior knowledge required in restoration. Sine and Cosine Transforms. 2. Image interpretation. Processing of Radiograph.BM-405/406 MEDICAL IMAGING AND IMAGE PROCESSING L T P 3 1 0 Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 1. Image Mode Uniform and non-uniform sampling. CAT. photographic film characteristics. Image enhancement : Image smoothing. MRI Images. Image Segmentation : Detection of discontinuity. 3. Visual perception: Structure of Human Eye.E. John Wiley. Image Restoration : Degradation Model. low pass and high pass filtering. communication display. processing. Gonsatcz Anil K Jain William Pratt :Digital Image Processing. Properties of 2nd Fourier Transforms. point line and edge detection and boundary detection. CAT. noise clipping. 44 . Hadamass Transforms. point operators.C. image sharpening. Recommended Books: 1. Radon Transform. Weiner filtering. Sonography including Doppler. Angiogram. Blocks-Law-and-critical fusion frequency. Biomedical Application: Computer Tomography. Emission Tomography. Thresholding. Projection Theorom. adaptation and discrimination. frequency domain method. quantisation. Back Projection. brightness and contrast. R. Woods :Fundamentals of Image Processing :Digital Image Processing. inverse filtering. R. 2. 3. Interactive restoration. histogram modification. Image formation in human eye. Digital Imaging Processing System Image acquisition storage. spatial operators.

6. : Biophysics : Introductory physics of Nuclear Medicine 45 . Somatic Effects of Radiation Radiosensitivity protocol of different tissues in human. Nuclear angiogram. Alpha. embryo and Endocrinal glands. accelerators. Interaction of radiation with living cells Interaction of radiation with matter. lenses of eye. Atomic Physics Traditional definition of atom.BM-407/408 Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 NUCLEAR MEDICINE AND RADIATION SAFETY L T P 3 1 0 1. Radiation Protection. Target theory. Units of radioactivity.. Safety Limits. 2. Natural radioactivity. Scintillation Counters. DNA damage.S Khandpur Steve Webb Hendee and Ritenour Casey Chandra R :Handbook of Biomedical Instrumentation. Decay series. TMH. Beta and Gamma emission. Mosby Year Book. Adam Hilger. Emission of light and its frequencies. 1997. 4. New Delhi. Variation in Dielectric constant and specific conductivity of tissues. LD 50/30 doses. mechanical properties of atom. St. Recommended Books: 1. factors affecting frequency of radiation induced mutation. Penetration and propagation of Signal effects in various vital organs. Direct and Indirect effects. R. 1988. Gene controlled hereditary diseases. Cellular effects of radiation damage. relationship. 3. dot scanners. 3. Measurements of Radioactivity Principle of radiation detectors. blood forming organs. Artificially produced isotopes and its application. Maximum permissible dose and dose limits for different organs. Radiation Safety Radiation Protection Techniques. Macromolecular synthesis. types of radiation and their applications. effect of radiation on skin. Electromagnetic spectra. : Medical Imaging Physics. single hit and multi-hit target theory. Radiation Monitoring. Principles of Nuclear Physics.. :The Physics of Medical Imaging. biological effect of microwave and RF wave. Radionuclides used in Medicine and technology. Chromosomal damage. Louis. 4. 5.. 1992. Philadelphia. periodic system of elements. 3rd ed. Linear Energy Transfer. 2. Radiation therapy. 5. Genetic effects of Radiation Threshold of linear dose effect. GM-Counters.

unit step. To develop program for conversion of direct form realization to cascade form realization. 8. To develop program for designing FIR filter. To develop program for designing IIR Filter. 7. To develop program for discrete convolution and correlation. 5. To develop program for cascade realization of IIR and FIR filters. signal addition and signal multiplication. 9. Proakis :DSP using Matlab. Recommended Books 1. 11. Vikas Publication.. exponential and unit ramp sequences. signal folding.EC-316 Internal Marks : 30 External Marks : 20 Total Marks : 50 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING (using MATLAB) L T P 0 0 2 Perform the following exercises using MATLABTM 1. 12. 6. 4. 3. To develop elementary signal function modules (m-files) for unit sample.K. To develop program for finding magnitude and phase response of LTI system described by system function H (z). To develop program for computing inverse Z-transform. Ingle V. 46 . To develop program for finding response of the LTI system described by the difference equation. 10. To develop program for computing DFT and IDFT. To develop program for computing circular convolution. 2. To develop program modules based on operation on sequences like signal shifting.

Mini Project. Multi-channel data acquisition system.BM-411/412 Internal Marks : 30 External Marks : 20 Total Marks : 50 MEDICAL IMAGE PROCESSING LAB L T P 0 0 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Study of ultrasonic transducers and displays. Multichannel biotelemetry. Analysis of ECG signals. Shortwave and ultrasonic diathermy. Analysis of EEG signals. 47 . Simulation of biosignals. Study of pacemaker. Leakage current and electrical safety measurements.

Bhagotiwal . administration of welfare amenities. Flippo :Principles of personnel Management . Career Development and Planning. 8. Meaning and Importance of Employee Safety. T.DE-1. TMH R. Methods of Recruitment. Procurement and Placement Need for Human Resource Planning. Safety Previsions under the Factories Act 1948. Communication in organization. K. Job analysis & Design Job Analysis: Job Description & Job Description. Job Evaluation. Training & Development Difference between training and Development. Factors affecting to Motivation Theory. The Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act 1970. Quality of work life. ESI act 1948. Changing face of the Indian work force and their environment. Social security. 3. Job Specification. Workmen’s Gratuity Act 1972.Human Resource Management. Meaning and Importance of Placement and Induction. Labour Turnover.Chhabra. Maintenance Fringe & retirement terminal benefits. Saxena . Scope and Importance of Human Resource Management in Industry. Minimum wages Act-1961 Integration: Human Relations and Industrial Relations.Math & Co. company’s wage policy. Lowin B. 4. Motivation. 2. Introduction Introduction to Human Resource Management and its definition. Dhanpat Rai & Co. Psychological tests and interviewing. Process of Human Resource Planning. Family Pension Scheme. Workers ' Participation. Accidents-Causes & their Prevention. 48 . Employee development. Employee Employer relationship Causes and Effects of Industrial disputes. Future challenges for Human Resource Management. Bonus & Incentives. The Compensation Function Basic concepts in wage administration. Payment of Wages Act-1936. Factors required for good Human Relation Policy in Industry. Role & position of Personnel function in the organization. Issues in wage administration. functions of Human Resource Management & its relation to other managerial functions. Absenteeism. Importance of collective Bargaining.N. motivation. Job Satisfaction Job satisfaction and its importance.3 Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT L T P 3 1 0 1. 7. Role of trader unions in maintaining cordial Industrial Relations. Administration of Discipline. introduction 6. Recommended Text Books 1. N. Welfare of Employees and its Importance. Principles of Training.Labour Problems and social welfare.C. Employment Exchanges (Compulsory Notification of vacancies) Act 1959. Promotion-Merit verses seniority Performance Appraisal. 3. 2. Nature. 5. Employees Grievances & their Redressal. Difference between Human Relations and Industrial Relations.

[30%] Network Analysis including PERT-CPM Concepts of network the shortest path minimum spanning tree problem maximum flow problem minimum cost flow problems The network simplex method Project planning & control with PERT & CPM [20%] Integer programming concepts.CS-326 OPERATION RESEARCH Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 L T P 3 1 0 1. TMH. Using OR major focus should be on how to model various situations in industries and solve them. OBJECTIVES Importance of need to take intelligent decisions is to be emphasized. Hillier & Lieberman Ravindran R. Series 1995 :Introduction to OR. Recommended Books 1. John Wiley & Sons. [5%] Linear programming problems and Applications.S Sharma. Various components of LP problem formulation.Kapoor : Operation Research : Operation Research :Introduction to OR. TMH. COURSE CONTENTS: Introduction to OR modeling approach and various real life situations. 2. 5. 3. Int. 3. formulation solution and applications [10%] Game Theory [10%] Queuing Theory & Applications [10%] Linear Goal Programming methods and applications [5%] Simulation [10%] 2. Solving Linear Programming problem using simultaneous equations and Graphical Method Simplex method & extensions : Sensitivity analysis Duality theory Revised Simplex Dual Simplex Transportation and Assignment Problems. D. 1991 49 . D. 4. 1993 :Computer Assisted Decision Models.S Hira.

Boltzmann’s Machines and Counter Propagation Network Simulated Annealing. 5. instar and outstar earning rules. Spatiotemporal Networks and Neocognitron Architecture of Spatiotemporal networks. Addison Wesley. Fuzzy Logic Basic concepts of Fuzzy Logic.BM-413/414 Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 NEURAL NETWORKS AND FUZZY LOGICS L T P 3 1 0 1. Bose :Neural Network Fundamentals with graphs. Adaptive Linear Combiner Elementary Neurophysiology and Biological neural network. 1996. fuzzy IF-THEN rules. linear separability. Fuzzy vs Crisp set. control. 2. 1995. 2. Addison Wesley. Linguistic variables. 6. basic fuzzy inference algorithm. Applications of fuzzy logic. adaptive resonance theory network. Basic learning laws : Hebb's rule. techniques. 3. 5. Neocognitron Architecture and data processing. feature map classifier. Applications of neural nets such as pattern Recognition Optimization. Freeman & David. Recommended Books 1. Skapura :Neural networks. 1999. membership functions. ART2. associative memories. 1991. 6.Back propagation Network. ISE Reprint. counter propagation network. 7. operations of fuzzy sets. . Delta rule. Sequential competitive avalanche field. algorithms and applications TMH. Bidirectional associate Memory. 4. David M. 4. ART1. Algorithms applications and programming techniques. defuzzication techniques. Back Propagations and Associate Memory The perceptron. Riza Berkin & Trubatch :Fuzzy Systems Design Principles. generalized delta rule. Useful tools supporting design. Building Fuzzy IF-THEN Rule Bases Vegna Narayanan :Artificial Neural Networks Bart Kosko :Neural Networks & Fuzzy Logic 7. Hopefield memory architecture.Artificial neural network. Self Organizing Maps and Adaptive Resonance Theory Self organizing map. Widrow & Hoff LMS learning rule. Adeline and Madeline. Fuzzy system design. Boltzman completion network. correlation learning rule. Implementation of fuzzy system. vector quantization. Skapura :Building Neural Networks. Applications in speech and decision making. variable inference. Simon Haykin :Neural Networks 50 . 3. Boltzman input output network.

1976. OBJECTIVES: To study the impact of the large scale introduction of computers on the cultural social and political environment of a country.[15%] Data banks and their impact on society. San Francisco. W. [10%] The role of computer in education.CS . 1991 51 .312 COMPUTERS AND SOCIETY Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 L T P 3 1 0 PREREQUISITES : RDBMS-I & Computer Networks-I. [10%] Recommended Books 1. Weizenbaum. To discuss ethical and moral issues of concern to computer scientists and engineers. J. : Computer Power and Human Reason: from judgement to Calculation. 2. Boston Academic Press. COURSE CONTENTS: A survey of a variety of computer application. [15%] Impact of introduction of computers and its impact on privacy and security [15%] Networking of computers and its impact on privacy and security [15%] Information integrity [10%] Ethical issues arising out of creation of computer viruses trojan horses etc. [10%] Intellectual property rights in relation to computer v hardware and software. Freeman. H. Dunlop and Kling : Computerization and Controversy: Value Conflicts and Social Choices.

Hall Singapore. TMH. automated ICU. :Microprocessors and Interfacing: Programming and hardware.Lele Douglas V.BM-415/416 Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 COMPUTERS IN MEDICINE L T P 3 1 0 1. 3. 3. HDC and Post sequence. Bombay :Economics of Labour and Industrial Relations. 4. 2. 4. 1999. EMG and EEG data acquisition. Agra. 5. Bhagotiwal :Computers in Medicine. FDC. TMH New Delhi :Personnel Management. Computers in Medical Research Role of expert systems. RS232-C and IEEE bus standards. Computers in Medical Systems Modeling Radiotherapy. storage and retrieval. CRT controllers. Drug design. PC based video card. 1999. R. ANN concepts. 52 . 2. Interfacing to HIS. TMH. Himalaya Publishing House. Microcontrollers. Sahitya Bhawan. computerised concepts. modems and networking. : Personnel Management . system connections. New Delhi.. Physiological system modeling and Simulation. Drug delivery system. Computers in Patient Monitoring Physiological monitoring. 5. computerised arrhythmia monitoring. Pattern recognition techniques in medical image classification. Instruction set & programming.D. Information flow in a clinical lab. Minappa and Saiyada Mamoria N. Motherboard and its logic. Overview of Computer Hardware PC-AT 8086 architecture. Recommended Books: 1. System Design Multichannel Computerised ECG. transmission of signal and images.

Recommended Books 1. educational responsibilities. employee appraisal method.. 2. ICRP and other standard organization. Training and Management of Technical Staff in Hospital Difference between hospital and industrial organization. health education. 2. Webster and Cook: Clinical Engineering Principle and Practice. medical records. health organization in state. New Jersey. Prentice Hall Inc. steps of training. Prentice Hall of India. health legislation. methods to monitor the standards. National Health Policies Need for evolving health policy. Goyal R. patient data. simulation. Standards and codes in Health Care Necessity for standardization.BM-419/420 Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT L T P 3 1 0 1. evaluation of training. 3. levels of training. laboratory administration. Joint Commission of Accreditation of hospitals. 4. staff structure in hospital.1996 53 . wages and salary. FDA. role to be performed by them in hospital. 5. health financing system.C : Handbook of hospital personal management. 1979. X-Ray department. Need and Scopes of Clinical Engineering Clinical engineering program. health insurance. development training program. Computer in Medicine Computer application in ICU. communication.

BM-421/422 PHYSIOLOGICAL MODELLING Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 L T P 3 1 0 1. prediction of performance. 3. Transfer Functions Transfer functions and its use. engineering concept in coupled system. endocrinal system. 4. 5. : Control theory and physiological feedback mechanism. uses and testing of system stability. system properties. occulo motor system.Regs Williams Co. thermal storage. example of Transformed signals. electrical analog for compliance.Blesser Douglas S. periodic signals. The William & 54 . pulse response of first order systems. functioning of receptors. 2. Introduction System concept. : Bio-medical engineering system.1969. 2. piece-wise Linear approximation. Manfreo and Milsum William B. : A System approach to Bio-medical timore. response of resistant and compliance system. pressure and flow control in circulation. Impedance Concept Circuits for the transfer function with impedance concept. Recommended Books 1. 1970. TMH (New York). 3. Feedback Systems Characteristics of physiological feedback systems. Simulation of Biological Systems Simulation of thermal regulation.

Medical information.BM-423/424 MEDICAL INFORMATICS Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 L T P 3 0 0 1. IEEE Press. the Internet and Telemedicine.Support Systems Rationales for Computer. 2000. Bronzino JD : The Biomedical Engineering Handbook. 4. Knowledge Based Systems. Bohn Staflu Van Loghum. Decision making. Electronic referral-Consulting system. Knowledge Representation . Van Bemmel and Musen : Handbook of Medical Informatics. Knowledge and Models.aided Decision making.Characteristic features of Knowledge Based Systems. Enrico Coiera : Guide to Medical Informatics. Primary Care Systems. Housten. 3. Information and Communication. Chapman & Hall. Uncertainty of Medical Data. 3. Clinical Support Systems. 2. Clinical Departmental Information Systems. Artificial Intelligence Methods Recommended Books 1. Evaluation of Health Information Systems and Technology Medical Decisions. 6. Medical Computer SystemsSystematization of Computer Applications Databases Database Management. Medical. Examples of Classification Systems. 2. Introduction to Medical Informatics Medical Data. Classification of Medical Data and Information. Health Care Information Systems Electronic Patient Record.1997. Systems. Information and Knowledge Medical data. Nursing Information Systems Information Safety and Information Safety and Security in Health Care Information Systems. 55 . Qualitative Models. London. Decision ModelsQuantitative Models. 1997 . 5.

6. Optic Fiber and its Properties Basic Fiber Construction. 2001 Wymer. Head and Neck surgery. Splices and Couplers Splices: Mechanical. EM spectrum. Regents-Prentice Hall Pub. SNR. Dermatology. 2. Dye Lasers. Photodiode parameters. 1997 Shiney. Lasers used in Medical Practice: Ruby Laser. Snell’s Law. photochemical ablation. Energy and Power. Neuro surgery. CO2 Laser. Nd-YAG laser ad related solid state laser. Modes of Operation. Schemes. Speed of Response. Irradiant and Radiant Exposure. Connectors. Dispersion. LED.disruption. Solid state Lasers. 3. 3. Katzer and Abraham : Laser and Optical Fibers in Medicine. Internal and External Reflections. Springer-Verlag. Dentistry. Stephen & Trokel: Medical Lasers and their safe use. Optical Sources and Photo Detectors : Creation of Photons. Detector Noise. Gas Lasers. 4. Numerical Aperture. Otolaryngology. 5. David Bacter : Therapeutic Lasers. Avalanche Photodiode. fusion. Academic Press. Propagation of Light. SL : Elements of Fiber Optics. Principles of light : Introduction. Modulation Scheme for Fiber Optics Transmission Digital Modulation. Photodetectors : PIN photodiode. Protection of splice. Recommended Books 1. Multiplexing. Bionic etc coupling : Passive. Photochemical Interaction. Tumor Surgery. Speed of light.Theory and Practice. Cardiovascular and Chest surgery. Optical Fiber. Laser-Tissue Interaction Spectral Band Designations. Thermal diffusion Fibers and cotact tip. Churchill Livingstone. Laser Systems Types of Lasers. Light as wave. Laser Application in Medical Therapy Applications in General Surgery. Attenuation Losses. Cherin AM : An Introduction to optical fibes. Refractive Index Profile. Introduction to Fiber Optics Basic fiber link. TEE types. 7.BM-425/426 FIBER OPTICS AND LASERS IN MEDICINE Internal Marks : 40 External Marks : 60 Total Marks : 100 L T P 3 0 0 1. 2. Analog Modulation. Connectors : SMA. Applications. ILD. Types of Fibers. Data rate and Bandwidth. Light as a Particle. fluence. 4. Ophthalmology. STC. 5. Photo. Stan. Types of Tissue-Laser Interaction: Photocoagulation. MGH 56 . Gynecologic Laser.