Fundamental physical knowledge and electrostatic and magnetic field equations. Anatomical and physiological fundamentals of bioelectromagnetism. Bioelectric sources and conductive environment. Electrodynamics of bioelectrical fields, electrodynamic aspects of mathematical modeling of the electrocardiography and electroencephalography. Topographical concepts of bioelectrical and biomagnetical measurement. Measurement methods. Stimulation.
Contents:
1. Basic physics attainments and equations.
2. The electromagnetic field, current and stationary magnetic field.
3. The non-stationary field, the electromagnetic waves.
4. The electrodynamics of moving mediums.
5. Application of theory of electromagnetic field in the biology.
6. Anatomical and physiological primer of bioelectromagnetism.
7. Bioelectric sources and conducting medium.
8. Integral equations of electrodynamics of bioelectric fields.
9. Electrodynamics aspects of mathematical modelling of electrocardiography.
10. Electrodynamics aspects of mathematical modelling of electroencephalography.
11. A topological conception of bioelectric measurement.
12. A topological conception of biomagnetic measurement.
13. Methods and techniques of measurement.
14. An electric and a magnetic stimulation.
Recommended literature:
[1] Novotný, K.: Teorie elmag. pole I. Praha, ÈVUT 2005.
[2] Malmivuo, J. - Plonsey, R.: Bioelectromagnetism - Principles and Applications of Bioelectric and Biomagnetic Fields. New York, Oxford University Press 1995.
[3] Titomir, L. I. - Kneppo, P.: Bioelectric and Biomagnetic fields. Boca Raton, CRC Press 1994.