The Biomedical Patient Biosignals Simulator (BIPBS) unit allows the students to learn how to interpret and perform the most important biosignal measurements: Electrocardiography (ECG), Pulse oximetry (SpO ), Blood Pressure (BP) and Capnography (etCO ).
The Biomedical Patient Biosignals Simulator (BIPBS) includes:
- Patient simulator, a mannequin which mimics the above-mentioned biological signals (among others) by means of a controller software with different programmable scenarios of healthy and ill patients.
- Real Multi-parameter patient monitor to be connected to the mannequin for the real measurement of the simulated signals.
- Defibrillator, applies a certain amount of energy to the simulated heart whenever the patient simulator presents a fibrillating ECG in order to return to a normal ECG.
1-Basic principles of biosignals acquisition.
2-Understanding of biosignal measuring devices.
4-Interpretation of the normal pattern of ECG.
5-Analysis of ECG pattern changes.
6-Interpretation of the normal Sp O pattern.
7-Analysis of Sp O pattern changes.
8-Interpretation of the normal pattern of etCO .
9-Analysis of etCO pattern changes.
10-Interpretation of the normal pattern of arterial blood pressure.
11-Analysis of arterial blood pressure pattern changes.
12-nderstanding the reaction that certain drugs have on biopotentials.
14-Study of defibrillation mechanism.
15-Defibrillation consequences in humans.
16-Basic principles of pacemakers (only if the defibrillator includes a pacemaker)
17-Analysis of the ECG of a patient stimulated by a transcutaneous pacemaker (only if the defibrillator includes a pacemaker).
18-Determination of the charge time of the defibrillator.
19-Study of the cardiac synchronization of the defibrillator.
20-Measurement of the energy discharge of the defibrillator.
21-Analysis of the defibrillator unit with changes in the ECG.