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Artificial Organs (ENT 318/3): Subject Guides to Artificial Organs

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Course Synopsis

This course covers the artificial organ for the heart, kidney, lung, pancreas and ear. These topics focus on the implementation of artificial organs by understanding the anatomical, physiological and biological transport aspects as well as mathematical concepts of the respective organs. At the end of the course, students are expected to have the ability to apply the fundamental principles of the artificial organs, perform simple modeling and able to propose the suitable methods/devices for each problematic organ.

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