Career Prospects

Biomedical engineers may have job responsibilities such as designing new medical monitoring, diagnostic and therapeutic equipment, specifying setting-up and maintaining biomedical equipment, evaluating the safety, efficiency and effectiveness of equipment, planning data processing services and the development of associated computing programmes, analysing new medical procedures to forecast likely outcomes, designing and delivering technology to assist people with disabilities, and designing and developing equipment for medical imaging to display anatomical details or physiological functions. Biomedical engineers have the prospects of being advisors for marketing departments of companies and even hold management positions.

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