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In The Name of Allah The Most Beneficent The Most Merciful. ECE 4552: Medical Electronics Orientation Lecture. Engr. Ijlal Haider Dept of . Electrical Engineering University of Lahore, Lahore. Introduction. About Instructor Course Information Rules Introduction to the Subject.

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In the name of allah the most beneficent the most merciful
In The Name of Allah The Most Beneficent The Most Merciful

Ece 4552 medical electronics orientation lecture

ECE 4552:Medical ElectronicsOrientation Lecture

Engr. Ijlal Haider

Dept of . Electrical Engineering

University of Lahore, Lahore


  • About Instructor

  • Course Information

  • Rules

  • Introduction to the Subject


Engr. Ijlal Haider

  • Oct 2011 to Date

    Lecturer (Electrical Engineering)

    UoL, Lahore

  • Nov 2010 Oct 2011

    Lecturer (Electrical Engineering)

    APCOMS, Rawalpindi

  • Jan 2008-Mar 2009

    Electronic/Electrical Engineer Noorpur Industries, Karachi

  • MS NUST, Pakistan 2011

  • BE IUT, Bangladesh 2007


  • Professional Interests

    • Project Management

    • HSE

    • TQM

  • Research Interests

    • Networked Control System

    • Medical Electronics Design

    • Engineering Education

    • Control and Instrumentation

  • Personal Interests

    • Book reading

    • Sports, Adventure (Trekking, Rock Climbing etc.)


  • Membership of Professional Bodies

    • International

      • IEEE

      • IET, UK

      • ASEE, US

      • ISA, US

      • PMI, US

      • IAENG

    • National

      • PEC, PK

      • IEP, PK

      • Engineering Congress, PK

Course info
Course Info

  • 3 + 0 Credits

  • Contact Hours: 3 (Lecture)+1(Tutorial/Lab)

Course info1
Course Info

  • Pre-requisites

    • Electronic Devices and Circuits

    • Instrumentation

    • Signal Processing

    • High School Biology

Course info2
Course Info

  • Recommended Literature

    • Medical Physics by J.R. Cameron, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

    • Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering (Medical Science Series) by B.H. Brown, R.H Smallwood, D.C. Barber, and P.V Lawford, D.R Hose, Churchill Livingstone

    • Ultra Low Power Bioelectronics: Fundamentals, Biomedical Applications, and Bio-Inspired Systems by R. Sarpeshkar, Cambridge Press

    • Design of Medical Electronic Devices by R. Perez, Academic Press

    • Medical Instrumentation: Application and Design by J.G. Webster, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

    • Explore Internet


  • There can be as many home tasks as possible

  • 4 quizzes

    • will be decided with mutual consensus preferably after every 4 weeks

    • Best 3 will be considered


  • Quizzes will be scheduled according to mutual convenience

  • Exercises and assignments MUST be submitted on time.. Late submissions will not be accepted

  • Quizzes and exam may or may not be open book

  • No plagiarism!!

  • Do not compromise on your marks


  • Home tasks must be submitted on A4 papers covered by the Performa provided

  • Quizzes must also be attempted on neat A4 pages in a legible handwriting (always keep a few A4 pages in your bag/folder)

  • Exams must be attempted in a legible handwriting and in a neat manner

  • DO NOT think of this course as a art course however 

Class culture
Class Culture

  • Work in teams(2 people)

  • Have a friendly environment in class

  • Nobody will be failed unless he himself wants to..

Class culture1
Class Culture

  • Mobile phones must not disturb the two way communication

  • Eating/drinking is allowed

  • Avoid Noise (strict policy)

  • Maintain decorum of the class

  • No permission needed to enter and leave class

  • Do not take advantage of the freedom


You need to work really HARD


  • You are here to learn

  • Do not waste your potential, do something for your family, your society, your country and for humanity at large..

Practical info
Practical Info

  • All material will be uploaded to internet

  • Keep visiting

  • Personal email: [email protected]

  • Office Phone: (042) 35963421-8 Ext. 1415

  • Only CR’s can contact me on my cell no. (strict policy, penalties on breach)

Additional info
Additional Info

  • For detailed policies, outcomes of the course and outlines, see

    • ECE4552_Course Info.docx

Today s task
Today’s Task

  • Form groups of two

  • Submit your names, email and cell numbers group wise

  • CR’s/ Head CR (Communication Channel)

Similar or different
Similar or Different!!!

  • Science

  • Technology

  • Engineering

Medicine and engineering
Medicine and Engineering

  • Medical Engineering

  • Medical Electronics

  • Clinical Engineering

  • Medical Physics

  • Health Physics

Medical electronics
Medical Electronics

  • Diagnosis

  • Treatment

  • Rehabilitation

Ece 4552
ECE 4552

  • Mainly a design based course

  • Have a look at the Course Syllabus

Faith medical electronics
Faith & Medical Electronics

  • Search some Quranic verses

Basic systems of human
Basic Systems of Human

  • Neuro-muscular

  • Cardio Vascular

  • Respiratory

  • Digestive

  • Reproductory

  • Endocrine

  • Lymphatic