biomedical engineer


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biomedical engineer

A certified design engineer, usually with a Bachelor of Science degree, who designs and/or maintains medical equipment. Also referred to as a clinical engineer.
See also: biomedical
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As well as calling for the introduction of a chief biomedical engineer in every NHS acute trust, the report also highlighted what it saw as the problem of UK biomedical engineering research results being sold to international corporations for development and marketing, because of the lack of long-term domestic venture capital.
Apart from that biomedical engineers are also engaged in biomedical research and in its applications for improving quality of life, and in implementing cost-effective solutions for delivery of health care.
Biomedical engineers play a life or death role in the daily operations at the ANA hospital.
Since its inception till now around 1800 students have secured their future as biomedical engineers with dynamic career growth in Pakistan and abroad.
Biomedical engineers need to understand the wide range of topics that are covered in this text, including basic mathematical modeling; anatomy and physiology; electrical engineering, signal processing and instrumentation; biomechanics; biomaterials science and tissue engineering; and medical and engineering ethics.
Biomedical Engineers can play a key role in the delivery of healthcare both in private and government sectors.
Recently, a number of public and private organizations have stepped up support for biomedical engineers.
This book is the third volume of a four-volume set of biomedical engineering handbooks for biomedical engineers and advanced students.
Biomedical engineers at or associated with the Stevens Institute of Technology, New Jersey introduce their field to students who have undergraduate training in engineering, physics, and mathematics but not necessarily more than a passing acquaintance with biology, physiology, biochemistry, or signal processing.
With the increased aging population, focus on health issues, and need for more sophisticated medical equipment, biomedical engineers are in widespread demand.

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