Subject: Biomedical Engineering In Sports Physiology (12 - BMI112)


Basic Information

CategoryProfessional-applicative
Scientific or art field:Automatic Control and System Engineering
InterdisciplinaryNo
ECTS6
Course specification

Course is active from 08.10.2012..

Students learns about theoretical and practical bases in the field of sport physiology and about significance of biomedical engineering in the sport physiology.
Knowledge about basic biomedical engineering principles in sport. Biomedical instrumentation and methods for evaluation of movement during training. Application of ECG instumentation and pulse oximetry instrumentation during exercise. Insight into clinical indicators of recovery, evidence for effectiveness of rehabilitation methods in the case of sport injuries The acquired knowledge can be used in solving practical engineering problems in the field of sport physiology.
Force, energy, work, power. Basal metabolism. Significance of physical activity and exercise on musculo-sceletal, cardiovascular, respiratory, hormonal, immune, hematologic, neurosensory and gastrointestinal systems. Energy sources for muscle contraction. Aerobic and anaerobic energy sources for muscle contraction. Aerobic and anaerobic metabolism. Muscles – force generation and movement. Aspects of mathematical muscle modelling. Muscle fatigue, changes in metabolic parameters. Metabolic adaptations to training. Developing a training plan, exercises analysis and design. Evaluation of movement during exercise based on kinematic and kinetic parameters and electromyographic activity - instrumentation and methods. Movement analysis sensors - goniometers i inertial sensors (accelerometers, gyroscopes). Analysis of ECG, HRV and pulse oximetry signals acquired during physical activity.
Lectures. Computer practice. Laboratory practice. Consultations.
AuthorsNameYearPublisherLanguage
Vladimir MedvedMeasurement of Human Locomotion2001CRC PressEnglish
David A. WinterBiomechanics and Motor Control of Human Movement2009John Wiley & SonsEnglish
Jacquelin PerryGait Analysis: Normal and Pathological Function1992SlackEnglish
Marko Pećina, Stjepan Heimer, Nada BožićŠportska medicina1995NaprijedCroatian
Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
ProjectYesYes30.00
TestYesYes10.00
TestYesYes10.00
Theoretical part of the examNoYes50.00
Name and surnameForm of classes
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Ilić Vojin
Associate Professor

Lectures
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Rosić Mirko

Lectures
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Ilić Vojin
Associate Professor

Laboratory classes
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Đozić Damir

Laboratory classes
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Ilić Vojin
Associate Professor

Computational classes
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Đozić Damir

Computational classes