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What are the most interesting things I can do while working as a Bio Medical Engineer?

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- Clinical Engineering- Involves developing and maintaining computer databases of medical instruments and equipment records in hospitals.
- Tissue Engineering-Involves applying the principles of Biology and engineering to develop tissue substitutes to restore, maintains, or improves the function of diseased or damaged human tissues.
- Cellular and Genetic Engineering- Involves looking at medical problems at the microscopic level and developing devices to deliver medicines to precise locations to promote healing or inhibit diseases.
- Rehabilitation Engineering- Rehabilitation engineers enhance the capabilities and improve the quality of life for individuals with physical impairments. You will be involved in the development of home, workplace and transportation modifications like motorised wheelchairs that enhance seating, positioning and mobility for those with physical disabilities.
- Biomechanics- Involves applying mechanics to biological or medical problems. You will study the flow of bodily fluids such as blood. This will help you in deciding the specifications for the various devices such as artificial joint replacements, pacemakers etc.
- Bioinstrumentation-This is the application of electronics and measurement techniques to develop devices used in diagnosis and treatment of disease. As a Biomedical Engineer you will make newer and better instruments that can look through the body such as X-rays, MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) etc.
- Biomaterials-Includes both living tissues and artificial materials used to replace diseased organs. You will find out which living and non-living materials are compatible and make devices that mimic the operations of the organs of the body like an artificial heart. You will also be involved in 'growing' organs from tissues and cells in the laboratory.
- Orthopedic Bioengineering- Involves using engineering for the understanding of the function of bones, joints and muscles, and for the design of artificial joint replacements. Orthopedic bioengineers analyze the friction, lubrication and wear and tear of natural joints to develop artificial limbs just as good as the real thing.
- Specialized Laser Technology-Involves developing new laser technologies for applications in routine and specialized operations, dental surgery as well as in skin related disorders.
- Bone Implant Technologies-Involves researching new technologies and materials that will make bone, joint, and tooth implants almost as good as nature's own versions.
- Robot Technologies - Involves developing and looking after fully programmed robots that will be used in operating rooms for reaching vital organs that may be damaged permanently due to human error.

Navigation Systems- Involves using software tools and specialized imaging equipment to create a digital picture of the inside of a patient's body. This will help surgeons determine the best possible way to go about the operation.



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