Control and artificial intelligence laboratory

The laboratory aims to identify the components of the control circuits and the types of controllers and their uses and circuits
Applied and the possibility of using it in various medical fields. Laboratory experiments include: Mathematical model & Transfer function.
Block diagram representation and reduction.
– Signal flow diagram.
– Steady – state transient analysis .
Root locus technique.
Bode plot. Compensation, lag compensation, lead compensation.
– PID controller design.
State space representation and analysis.

Electronic medical systems lab

Introducing the student to some electronic circuits, how they work and their uses in the applied medical field, and how to build different systems, including amplification circuits, frequency filters, and conversion circuits from digital systems to analogue systems and vice versa. Laboratory experiments include:
– Regulated power supplied.
Active filters.
– Band pass filter , band – reject filter .
Digital to analog converters (DAC).
A ladder – type DAC , multiplying DAC .
– Analogue to digital converters (ADC).
– IC 555 astable multivibrator.

Medical devices laboratory

The laboratory aims to study the medical device as a purely electronic device, then its difference from the rest of the electronic devices because it is a medical device, study its internal electronic circuits, and then train on methods of operation and maintenance, which eventually qualifies the student to use and maintain medical devices in general. Laboratory experiments include:
Cardiac function recorders and monitors ECG.
– Ophthalmic system.
Imaging technology. Ultrasound, Radiation, Thermal NMR, etc.
Pulmonary function system.
Patient monitor.
Defibrillator units.
Coronary care units.

Electrical workshop

Course Objectives: Giving the student manual experience and scientific proficiency in it. Laboratory experiments include:
– Identifying the tools used in the electrical workshop, training in the use of the oven, the micrometer to measure the wires used in the coil, the method of using different types of soldering irons.
Electrical transformers, their types, measuring the wire diameters of the transformer, measuring a template.
Types of electric motors, single phase and three phase.
Electrical installations, their types (virtual) Burial inside pipes Siemens foundation Drawing of a circuit for establishing lamps with a control circuit Practical exercise on establishing the circuit.

Digital Technologies Lab

Teaching the student the basics of logical circuits used in computers and electronic medical devices and how they work. Building simple digital circuits using truth tables and recognizing them. Laboratory experiments include:
Logic gates.
– Simplifying logic circuits.
Arithmetic circuits.
– Flip-Flop: RS, JK, D.
– Counters.
– Digital to analog conversion.
– Analogue to digital conversion.

 

Digital Technologies Lab

The laboratory aims to prepare the student to study the various calculations in circuits with alternating current and direct current, and to identify the various theories to study these calculations. The laboratory experiments include:
Ohm law
– Kirchhoff’s law & their use in network.
Parallel & series connection of resistors and capacitors.
– Conversion of delta – connected resistance into an equivalent Wye connection & Vic versa.
– Power sources connected in parallel, Node voltage method.
Loop current method.
Super position method.
Non-linear direct current circuit.
– The mean values ​​of current and voltage.
– The effective values ​​of current and voltage.
– 3-Phase system, Wye connection.
Delta connection.

 

Computer labs

The laboratory aims to prepare the student to study an introductory introduction to computers: their generations, components, the concept of the Windows system, its advantages, basic requirements, operating the system, components of the main screen of the desk top, and the concept of the icon.

 

Anatomy and physiology laboratory

Preparing the student to study and understand the medical devices that are directly related to the vital activities in the human body by clarifying the physiological changes, especially the electrical ones, which occur when the various organs of the body perform their function and their relationship to the devices that are used to measure and diagnose various phenomena and diseases. The laboratory includes conducting experiments in the following organs and systems of the body:
Cells and tissues
Skeletal systems, joints and muscles
Nervous tissue and the central nervous system
– cardiovascular system
– Respiratory system
– Digestive
– Urinary