Biomedical Engineering

The link between engineering applications and basic sciences is of particular importance. The biomedical engineering program focuses on basic medical physics related to new technologies, as well as applied to practical problems in human health.

 

  • The graduate’s ability to mix biology and other physical sciences, such as non-destructive ones by nature, to study biological molecules, cells and tissues for disease detection, diagnosis and treatment.
  • Graduate’s participation in the development and application of micro and micro sensors to detect DNA, proteins, viruses and other biological materials.
  • Demonstrate dialysis machines used in hemodialysis.
  • Demonstrate buffer preparation, acid base balance and muscle demonstration.
  • Apply voltometric sensors.
  • Apply signals using a variety of engineering tools like MATLAB.
  • Demonstrate the principle of operation of X-ray machine.
  • Practice on diathermy machine.
  • Illustrate the role of the main components of the hemodialysis
  • Apply models on Matlab Simulink software.
  • Practice brain stem, cranial nerve and reflex examination.
  • Use operating instruments in the ICU.
  • Use Scoop for organizing information.
  • Practice in Medical Research Institute.
  • Intensive Care Unit using safety analyser.
  • Apply the appropriate analysis measure in different research techniques.
  • Use Prolog programming language to solve logic and decision problems.
  • Designing biomedical equipment and devices, such as artificial internal organs, replacements for body parts, and machines for diagnosing medical problems.
  • Installing, adjusting, maintaining, repairing, and provide technical support.
  • Manufacturing of medical equipment and supplies
  • Research and development in the physical, engineering, and life sciences
  • Navigational, measuring, electro medical, and control instruments manufacturing