Learn how to apply your knowledge with this real-world experience course! Applied Clinical Electrophysiology is an exciting walk through the body's electrically excitable tissues and current/emerging diagnostic and therapeutic interfaces with these. Each week we cover a new electrophysiological system (e.g., cardiac muscle, skeletal muscle, the central and peripheral nervous systems), and its related technologies (e.g., pacemakers, defibrillators, cochlear implants, retinal prostheses, etc.).
Instructor, Dr. Hilton Kaplan, bases this course on his experience as a physician, C-level executive, and teacher for many years.
The course is open to undergraduates and non-engineering students with permission.
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