Some nice images from our last electronic laboratory.
These photos show our medical electronic lab tutorial/lecture held by Matthias Haselberger
In these lab tutorials we teach our students the basic techniques used in medical biosignal acquisition devices such as electrocardiogram, electromyogram and biofeedback acquisition. After the tutorial the students are familiar with common amplifier circuits and also with complex instrumentation amplifier concepts.
Now that another year/semester has passed we took some nice images from out last lab tutorial.
This photos show our medical electronics lab tutorial/lecture held by Matthias Haselberger
The aim of the laboratory is to get familiar with the commonly used electronic circuits used for measuring biofeedback signals.
have fun 🙂
I just stumbled over an interesting project done by some Microsoft
is a projection-enabled mobile device which should help to improve patient-doctor communication in medical contexts.
For example if a patient has a bone injury in his upper thigh, the device will project the image of the bone and surrounding tissue on the the patients skin. This will give the patient an idea of how the injury actually looks,….. cool 🙂