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Medical Electronics Engineering  
 
 

Medical engineering is study of biomedical engineering and technologic concepts applied to develop equipment and instruments required in health care delivery. Medical Electronics Engineers are the ones who develop devices and procedures to solve medical and health-related problems by combining their knowledge of biology and medicine with principles of engineering and practices. Medical Electronics engineers also design devices used in various medical procedures, imaging systems such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and devices for automating insulin injections or controlling body functions. This Technology appeals to be a technical.

Graduates in Medical Electronics become biomedical technicians and maintain, repair the devices and calibrate the electronic medical instruments used in healthcare. Most engineers in this specialty need a sound background in mechanical or electronics engineering, in addition to specialized biomedical training.


Specialty areas of Medical Electronics Engineering

1. Biomaterials.

2. Biomechanics.

3. Medical imaging.

4. Rehabilitation engineering.

5. Orthopedic engineering.

6. Instrumentation & Medical devices

7. Nanotechnology.

8. Genetic engineering.

9. Cryogenics.

10.Bio Signal Processing.

11.Biosensors.

 

Employment

Medical Electronic Engineers are employed in Industrial Research labs, Medical Equipment dealing Industries, Hospitals for Medical Equipment Maintenance, Organizations developing Medical Software, Colleges with Medical Electronics & Biomedical Engineering branches. They may be working on a new design of an electronic component for an individual project.

 
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