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The benefits of hospitals having a designated chief biomedical engineer responsible for healthcare technology are clear.
a physician and biomedical engineer at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, works with dendrimers, spherical polymer particles less than 5 nm in diameter.
Nursing home seating for residents is on the edge of a breakthrough brought about by the innovative work of biomechanical and biomedical engineers.
By law there is a requirement for a chief nurse, and for a chief pharmacist--but not for a chief biomedical engineer.
As the health care sector is grooming day by day and becoming corporatized the role of biomedical engineer in a corporate hospital has changed dramatically and need of this department is going to be high.
Creating bone inside a person's own body is "a clever strategy," notes Eben Alsberg, a biomedical engineer at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.
Fortunately, we have 700 red blood cells to one white blood cell, or we'd be in trouble," says Chien, a biomedical engineer at the University of California, San Diego.
Loeb, a biomedical engineer at Queen's University at Kingston, Ontario.
This book explores the ways biomedical engineers help diagnose, treat and prevent problems found in human body systems.
Biomedical Engineers need innovation for technological advancement.
Biomedical engineers need innovation in technological advancement to reduce healthcare cost.

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