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Career in Bio Medical Engineering
What type of skill do you need to become a biomedical engineer?
This rare combination of healthcare and engineering involves the application of engineering principles to make healthcare solutions and usually concerns with the development and design of a medical product.
Biomedical engineers not only make tools and equipment but are also used in computer systems and software health care.
Some key skills for which an interested person requires careful measurement and analytical skills, a good eye for design, attention to detail, ability to sympathize with patients and ultimately communication and team-working skills.
Scope of Biomedical Engineering
Biomedical Engineering is one of the hottest careers these days. The opening of insurance sector has indirectly helped the health service industry. Looking forward to high quality medical care, which will be provided to millions of Indians, there is a constant demand for biomedical engineers in India. The use of combination of medicines with cutting-edge technology is increasing in the treatment of diseases. More and more doctors are using computers and other equipment such as MRI scan sonography devices etc. So if you are good at biology and in mathematics and physics, then biomedical engineering is right for you. To develop biomedical engineered products and equipments, apply the biology of physics and chemistry as well as those used in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases.
The biomedical engineer has many roles. He works in biomedical engineering and other centers like hospitals, health service organizations and academic places.
They design systems that assist in monitoring the patient during hospital care. They can develop systems to monitor health care for any general patient.
· They produce biosensor to measure sodium and pH in the blood.
They design tools for treatment, for example, equipment for eye surgery.
They decide strategies for clinical research, based on the data obtained through AI.
They design diagnostic laboratories and various units within hospitals and provide them with a medical or treatment delivery system using new engineering techniques.
· They design, construct and research about the medical imaging system based on X-ray, electromagnetic fields, ultrasound or more novel findings.
· They make mathematical models for physical systems.
Biomedical engineers work with doctors, nurses, doctors and other health care professionals, including technicians. There are different areas of expertise in the field of biomedical engineering.
Includes the development and maintenance of a computer database of medical devices and equipment records in hospitals.
In order to develop the tissue options to restore, maintain or improve the function of the damaged human tissue, it has been included in the implementation of the principles of biology and engineering.
Cellular and genetic engineering-
Invites you to see and develop medical problems at the micro level to deliver medicines at the exact locations to promote treatment and prevent diseases.
Rehabilitation engineers increase capabilities and improve the quality of life for those with physical impairment. They are involved in the development of home, workplace and transport modifications, like motorized wheelchairs, which increase seating, positioning and mobility for people with physical disabilities.
Invites mechanisms to apply for biological or medical problems. They study the body fluids such as blood flow.
It is an application of electronics and measurement techniques to develop tools used in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases. Biomedical engineers are involved in making new and better means which can be seen through the body such as X-rays, MRI etc.
Invites the use of engineering to understand the work of bones, joints and muscles and to design artificial joint replacement. Orthopedic bio-engineers analyze the friction, lubrication and wear and tear of natural joints to develop artificial organs, which are good in the form of the real thing.
In India, the biomedical engineering area is broadly divided into 3 groups:
Sales, servicing and maintenance
Biomedical engineers in hospitals
Research and development in health care units.
Sales, servicing and maintenance profile sales of equipment, equipment and equipment used in hospitals
Sales, Servicing and Maintenance profile deals with the sales and servicing of devices, equipments and instruments used at hospitals. This primarily includes ECG, USG, ESU, syringe and infusion pumps, ventilators, defibrillators, anesthesia machines, x-ray units, CR-DR units, etc. Well established biomedical companies undergo sales and servicing of other important machines like CT scanners, MRI scanners, PET-CT scanners, CathLab units, etc.
- After doing Biomedical Engineering, you can be employed in some MNC's as Sales, Service and Application Specialists.
- You can work as a Research Engineer as well in some OEM Manufacturing Companies
- You can work as a Biomedical Engineer in the Hospitals
- You can pursue Masters from any of the IIT's, IIT Bombay.