MGAE-101 – Applied Electrophysiology
Course lecturer :
Dr.Amna Said Mohamed
Course assistant :
Eng. Sheren Shawky
Course objectives :
Students will be able to: • Recognize the interaction between medical devices and electrically excitable tissues of the body. • Understand the electrical properties of biological cells and tissues. • Identify the voltage change and electric current of single ion channel proteins. • Recognize the measurements of the electrical activity of neurons and action potential activity.
Course description :
This course will introduce the students to the theoretical basis and applied design principles for medical devices and instrumentation that interact with electrically excitable tissues of the body as heart, brain, eyes and muscles. In addition, the student will study the flow of ions in biological tissues and, in particular, to the electrical recording techniques that enable the measurement of this flow. Also, this course involves the electrical properties of biological cells and tissues.
Course assessment :
Grading (%) Attendance:5 Mid-Term:15 Assignment :5 Final exam (Practical) :25 Final exam (Written) :50 Total:100
Recommended text books :
Sanjeev Saksena and Berndt Luederitz. Interventional Electrophysiology: A Textbook. 2nd edition. 2005
Recommended refrences :
Avila P, Oliver JM, Gallego P, Gonzalez-Garcia A, Rodriguez-Puras MJ, Cambronero E, Ruiz-Cantador J, Campos A, Peinado R, Prieto R, Sarnago F, Yotti R, Fernandez-Aviles F. Natural history and clinical predictors of atrial tachycardia in adults with congenital heart disease. Circ Arrhythm Electrophysiol. 2017;10:005396. doi: 10.1161/CIRCEP.117.005396.