Shrutika Munnyal

Is there any scope in india and what about it's salary?

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RE: Is there any scope in india and what about it's salary?

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Preeti Taneja
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Biomedical engineeting is one of the hottest careers these days. The opening of the insurance sector has indirectky helped the healthcare industry. Anticipating the high quality medical care , which will be made avialble to millions of Indians, there has been asteady demand for bio medical engineer in India. There has been an increasing use of combination of medicine with technology in the treatment of diseases. More and more doctors are utilizing the power of computers and other devices such as MRI scans, sonogrpahy devices etc . Therefore if you are good in biology as well as maths and physics, then biomedical engineering is just right for you, Biomedical engineers apply the concepts of biology as as well as physics and chemistry to develop products and devices which are used in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases. The biomedical engineers work with other health care professionals including doctors, nurses, therapists and technicians.

There are various areas of specializations within this field such as clinical engineering which involves developing and maintaining computer database of medical instruments and equipment records in hospitals. Tissue engineering involves applying the principles of biology and engineering to develop tissue substitutes to restore , amintain or improve the function of damanged human itissues. Cellular and genetic engineering involves looking at medical problems at microscopic level and developing devices to deliver medicines to precise locations to promote healing or inhibit diseases. Rehabilitation engineetrs enhance the capabilities and improve the quality of life for individuals with physical impairement. They are mainly involved in the development of home, workplace and transport modifications like motorised wheelchairs that enhance seating, positing and mobility for those with physical disabilities. Biomechanics basically decides anout the specifications for the various devices such as artificial joint replacements, pacemakers etc. Bionistrumentation engineers are involved in making new and better instruments that can look through the body such as x-rays, mri etc. orthopaeduc bioengineers analyze the fricxtion, lubrication and wear and tear of natural joints to develop artificial limbs just as good as real thing. Bone, implant technologists gets involved in performing research to find new technologies that will make the bone, joint and tooth implants almost as good as nature's own versions.

THey can find emplyment with compnaies manufacturing equipments used in hospitals and diagnostic centres, institutions involved in research & Government agencies involved in product testing and safety as well as establishing safety standards for devices

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