Test circuit for IMH-8

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Gájász Zoltán
Department of Automation and Applied Informatics

The rapid developments on the field of engineering are one of the most characteristic

features of our days. Not only in general engineering but it is also true for the surgical

instruments. The topic of my degree work is a device which helps the benchmark

testing, and testing of a patient-monitoring instrument. With the support of this new

tester the in- and after production testing of patient-monitoring instruments are far more

easier. As a consequence the testing became cheaper and more effective as the testing

crew can examine more devices under the given time.

My task was to keep the register of the documentation of the developing process, which

gives a clear picture of the device’s expediency. It also writes down the steps of the

developing process, elucidates the details of the implementation and the methodic of the

device testing.

In accordance with the module’s tasks I had to make the device’s specifications and

then in compliance with these my task was to choose the appropriate parts and I also

had to prove their optimality. With the chosen parts my next task was to design the

module (Schematic), after that to make the drawing of the printed circuit board (PCB).

After that I had to mount in the complete PCB and to make it work. The designing and

coding of the operating program were also the parts of my work.

Furthermore I had to outline the calibration of the tester, after that the evaluation of the

tester’s accuracy, and I had to write a schematic description of the possible hidden

problems which may still be possible despite the use of the tester. As a project closing I

had to present suggestions for further development.

Thankfully to my task I had a chance to glance into the world of medical science, and I

could follow up a whole developing process. In addition with the mounting and using of

the module I could also gain immense experience on this field.

The module is ready, and a working prototype is available.


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