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Bioengineering is an academic discipline with a wide range of scope associated with it. It covers an extended syllabus of study and concentrates on the fundamentals of both biology and engineering. With the use of science and mathematics for meeting the principles of engineering, students are trained and specialised with elements of computer science, electrical engineering, and mechanical engineering. The purpose of this study is to equip students with knowledge of biological systems and biomedical technologies. Biomedical Engineering aims to design and build new medical technology for engineered research required to produce chemicals and portable diagnostic devices for diseases.

Biomedical Engineering is a newly segregated sub-discipline from Bio-engineering. It is considered to be one of the most exciting branches of engineering with different areas of focus. It is a multidisciplinary field that aims to develop a study on specific goals concerning medicine and healthcare. Biomedical Engineers combine engineering principles and biology to meet the needs of healthcare facilities and medicine. They design and develop medical and surgical instruments as well as test prototypes. The work that Biomedical Engineers do is not only limited to the demonstration of equipment to medical personnel. These engineers also report research findings through scientific publications, oral presentations, and formal documents. The need to use technology and to upgrade the same in almost all areas of daily utility has increased the demand for Biomedical Engineers.

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Study levels:

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Mentioned below are some of the study levels in Bio and Biomedical Engineering:
Bachelor of Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering in Clinical Engineering
Bachelor of Engineering in Design Engineering
Bachelor of Technology
Bachelor of Technology in Biomedical Engineering
Bachelor of Technology in Biomedical Instrumentation
Bachelor of Technology in Biotechnology
Bachelor of Technology in Biochemical Engineering
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Science
Master of Engineering
Master of Engineering in Biomedical Engineering
Master of Engineering in Clinical Engineering
Master of Engineering in Design Engineering
Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering
Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering
Master of Engineering in Chemical Engineering
Master of Technology
Master of Technology in Biomedical Engineering
Master of Technology in Biomedical Instrumentation
Master of Technology in Biotechnology
Master of Technology in Biochemical Engineering
Master of Science
Master of Science in Biomedical Science
Ph.D. in Engineering and Technology

Specialisations:

Biomedical Engineers engage themselves to gain real-world experience before graduation.
From theoretical studies to practical applications, graduates focus on the following specialisations to qualify for Bio and Biomedical Engineering:
Bioinstrumentation
Biomaterials
Biomechanics
Cellular Engineering
Tissue Engineering
Genetic Engineering
Clinical Engineering
Medical Imaging
Orthopedic Bioengineering
Rehabilitation Engineering

Throwing Caps

Systems Physiology
Bioelectronics
Bio Transport
BioPhotonics
Medical Instrumentation
Radiation Physics

Medical Informatics
Hospital Management
Biomedical Signals
Biosensors
Medical Robotics
Artificial Organs
Biostatistics

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Employability:

Bio and Biomedical Engineers strive to achieve more than what has already been discovered. Their target is to provide the world with healthier alternatives as a revolutionary measure for the healthcare environment. Bio-Engineering and Biomedical Engineering is an evolving professional front. It is a lucrative career option with vibrant employability opportunities and job security.

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    Given below are some of the job titles associated with the discipline:
    Lecturer
    Bio-Engineer
    Biomedical Engineer
    Biomedical Equipment Technician
    Cellular, Tissue, and Genetic Engineer
    Clinical Biomedical Engineer
    Orthopedic Engineer
    Instrument Engineer
    Installation Engineer
    Maintenance Engineer
    Software Engineer
    Quality Engineer
    Project Manager
    Biomaterial Developer
    Manufacturing Engineer
    Independent Consultant
    Physician
    Biomedical Scientist
    Medical Technology Developer
    Rehabilitation Engineer
    Pharmaceutical
    Research and Development Engineer
    Bio Engineers and Biomedical Engineers can work in academic institutions, hospitals, and industrial sectors.

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    The following are some of the public and private sectors which hire Bio Engineers and Biomedical Engineers:
    National Institute of Biomedical Genomics (NIBMG)
    National Animal Resource Facility for Biomedical Research (NARFBR)
    Aether Biomedical Pvt. Ltd
    Asian Institute of Nephrology and Urology
    Siemens Healthcare
    Johnson & Johnson
    GE Healthcare
    Maquet
    Fresenius Medical Care AG & Co. KGAA
    Medtronic
    Philips Healthcare
    Samsung Healthcare
    Toshiba Medical Systems
    Olympus Medical
    Karl Storz