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DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF MEDICAL ELECTRONIC

  • Page 2: DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENTOF MEDICAL EL
  • Page 8: Copyright © 2005 by John Wiley & S
  • Page 14: CONTENTSPREFACEDISCLAIMERABOUT THE
  • Page 20: xPREFACEThe book addresses the prac
  • Page 26: DISCLAIMERThe projects in this book
  • Page 30: ABOUT THE AUTHORSDavid Prutchi is V
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    10 BIOPOTENTIAL AMPLIFIERSFigure 1.

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    12 BIOPOTENTIAL AMPLIFIERSof the sk

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    14 BIOPOTENTIAL AMPLIFIERScontamina

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    16 BIOPOTENTIAL AMPLIFIERSFigure 1.

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    18 BIOPOTENTIAL AMPLIFIERSFigure 1.

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    20 BIOPOTENTIAL AMPLIFIERSA way of

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    22 BIOPOTENTIAL AMPLIFIERSskin- ele

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    24 BIOPOTENTIAL AMPLIFIERSFigure 1.

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    26 BIOPOTENTIAL AMPLIFIERSOscillosc

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    28 BIOPOTENTIAL AMPLIFIERS+15VV 132

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    32 BIOPOTENTIAL AMPLIFIERSgenerator

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    34 BIOPOTENTIAL AMPLIFIERSFigure 1.

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    36 BIOPOTENTIAL AMPLIFIERSresults i

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    38 BIOPOTENTIAL AMPLIFIERSUsing off

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    40 BIOPOTENTIAL AMPLIFIERSFigure 1.

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    42 BANDPASS SELECTION FOR BIOPOTENT

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    44 BANDPASS SELECTION FOR BIOPOTENT

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    46 BANDPASS SELECTION FOR BIOPOTENT

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    48 BANDPASS SELECTION FOR BIOPOTENT

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    50 BANDPASS SELECTION FOR BIOPOTENT

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    52 BANDPASS SELECTION FOR BIOPOTENT

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    54 BANDPASS SELECTION FOR BIOPOTENT

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    56 BANDPASS SELECTION FOR BIOPOTENT

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    5V_ISOIR25.1MR35.1MIR11M2374 8-+65V

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    60 BANDPASS SELECTION FOR BIOPOTENT

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    62Figure 2.14 State-variable filter

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    64Figure 2.16 Since the cutoff freq

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    66Figure 2.17 PSpice simulation res

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    68 BANDPASS SELECTION FOR BIOPOTENT

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    70 BANDPASS SELECTION FOR BIOPOTENT

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    OUTOutputOut GND6R42kIC 1UAF42 8Hig

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    76 BANDPASS SELECTION FOR BIOPOTENT

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    78 BANDPASS SELECTION FOR BIOPOTENT

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    80 BANDPASS SELECTION FOR BIOPOTENT

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    82 BANDPASS SELECTION FOR BIOPOTENT

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    84 BANDPASS SELECTION FOR BIOPOTENT

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    86Figure 2.35 The slew-rate limiter

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    88 BANDPASS SELECTION FOR BIOPOTENT

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    3DESIGN OF SAFE MEDICALDEVICE PROTO

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    STANDARDS FOR PROTECTION AGAINST EL

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    LEAKAGE CURRENTS 1011. Ground leaka

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    Figure 3.2 A universal differential

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    DESIGN EXAMPLE: ISOLATED DIFFERENTI

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    -15VC6+15VC5.01uFIC2.01uF UA741 -15

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    ANALOG SIGNAL ISOLATION USING OPTIC

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    LINEAR ANALOG ISOLATION USING OPTOI

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    LINEAR ANALOG ISOLATION USING OPTOI

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    NON ISO.POWERSignalOutputJP312ISO.P

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    ISOLATEDPOWERINPUTJ4ISOLATED SIDENO

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    DIGITAL ALTERNATIVE TO SIGNAL ISOLA

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    SOFTWARE FOR THE ISOLATED A/D 121LP

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    POWER SUPPLIES 123Figure 3.17 The n

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    ADDITIONAL PROTECTION 125In additio

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    TESTING FOR COMPLIANCE 127designed

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    TESTING FOR COMPLIANCE 129Voltage-M

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    TESTING FOR COMPLIANCE 131The frequ

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    SelectorSelectorPatientConnectionsP

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    ISOLATED 125 VACAC BALANCE125VAC TO

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    TABLE 3.3 Normal and Fault Conditio

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    TESTING FOR COMPLIANCE 141TABLE 3.4

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    TESTING FOR COMPLIANCE 143HI-POTHV

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    TESTING FOR COMPLIANCE 145that diel

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    4ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITYAND M

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    RADIATED EMISSIONS FROM DIGITAL CIR

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    RADIATED EMISSIONS FROM DIGITAL CIR

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    ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS 155TABLE 4.3

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    ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS 157andIlH(A/

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    PROBING E- AND H-FIELDS IN THE NEAR

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    BARE-BONES SPECTRUM ANALYZER 161mag

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    45MHz_IFR813R982L2L1LOFREQUENCYADJU

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    single-chip IF processor, takes car

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    CONDUCTED EMISSIONS 167J2BNC1220MHz

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    CONDUCTED EMISSIONS 169LISN40 cmLIS

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    SUSCEPTIBILITY 171TABLE 4.4EN-55011

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    SUSCEPTIBILITY 173The human body mo

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    SUSCEPTIBILITY 175Gas delivery tube

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    SUSCEPTIBILITY 177the user that the

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    SUSCEPTIBILITY 179Figure 4.22 A pro

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    SUSCEPTIBILITY 181+12VSW 1*= Heatsi

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    SUSCEPTIBILITY 183Ground PlaneContr

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    SUSCEPTIBILITY 187mode after a prol

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    GOOD DESIGN PRACTICES, REMEDIES, AN

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    GOOD DESIGN PRACTICES, REMEDIES, AN

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    GOOD DESIGN PRACTICES, REMEDIES, AN

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    GOOD DESIGN PRACTICES, REMEDIES, AN

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    GOOD DESIGN PRACTICES, REMEDIES, AN

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    REFERENCES 203REFERENCESDash, G., a

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    206 SIGNAL CONDITIONING, DATA ACQUI

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    SCLKDOUT*CSMUXD0MUXD1MUXD2ANALOG TO

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    210Figure 5.4 Timing diagram for th

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    212 SIGNAL CONDITIONING, DATA ACQUI

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    214 SIGNAL CONDITIONING, DATA ACQUI

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    TO J1UNIVERSALSENSORINTERFACECONNEC

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    246 SIGNAL CONDITIONING, DATA ACQUI

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    6SIGNAL SOURCES FOR SIMULATION,TEST

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    OUTPUTSW1C11uF,25VC30.1uF++15V-15VC

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    15+12V+12V147147TRIGGERCLOCKADJUSTC

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    DIGITAL GENERATION OF ANALOG WAVEFO

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    DIGITAL GENERATION OF ANALOG WAVEFO

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    ARB BASICS 259TABLE 6.2 Input Lines

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    ARB BASICS 261If more than sufficie

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    ARB BASICS 263Figure 6.11 The addre

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    ARB BASICS 269Finally, a word of ca

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    ARB BASICS 271complex waveform can

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    ARB BASICS 273design package such a

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    RESPONSIVE SIMULATORS 277Figure 6.1

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    Figure 6.21 Right-atrial and right-

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    RESPONSIVE SIMULATORS 283IC40B scal

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    Figure 6.26 This bar graph display

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    RESPONSIVE SIMULATORS 287A EventDet

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    RESPONSIVE SIMULATORS 289relatively

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    Figure 6.30 A torso simulator model

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    Experimental validation studies for

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    RESPONSIVE SIMULATORS 295One Telede

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    inner surface. Their heart source m

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    VERY REALISTIC PHYSIOLOGICAL SIGNAL

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    REFERENCES 303We believe that exper

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    306 STIMULATION OF EXCITABLE TISSUE

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    308 STIMULATION OF EXCITABLE TISSUE

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    310 STIMULATION OF EXCITABLE TISSUE

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    312 STIMULATION OF EXCITABLE TISSUE

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    326 STIMULATION OF EXCITABLE TISSUE

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    CURRENTTOOSCILLOSCOPECHANNEL 2"Y" I

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    332 STIMULATION OF EXCITABLE TISSUE

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    338 STIMULATION OF EXCITABLE TISSUE

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    348 STIMULATION OF EXCITABLE TISSUE

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    354 STIMULATION OF EXCITABLE TISSUE

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    356 STIMULATION OF EXCITABLE TISSUE

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    368 STIMULATION OF EXCITABLE TISSUE

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    370 CARDIAC PACING AND DEFIBRILLATI

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    372 CARDIAC PACING AND DEFIBRILLATI

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    374 CARDIAC PACING AND DEFIBRILLATI

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    380 CARDIAC PACING AND DEFIBRILLATI

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    400 CARDIAC PACING AND DEFIBRILLATI

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    432 CARDIAC PACING AND DEFIBRILLATI

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    438 CARDIAC PACING AND DEFIBRILLATI

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    440 CARDIAC PACING AND DEFIBRILLATI

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    442 EPILOGUEmagnitude of the issue,

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    444 EPILOGUEAll data supplied by th

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    446 EPILOGUEby many factors: What d

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    448 APPENDIX AChomericswww.chomeric

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    450 APPENDIX ARadio Shackwww.radios

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    452 APPENDIX Bthe authors or the pu

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    454 APPENDIX BAudio Oscilloscopes f

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    INDEXAAMI, see Association for the

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    INDEX 459connector, 201DC-correct,

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    INDEX 461Strength-duration curve, 3

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