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Biomedical Engineering is a branch of engineering sciences which focuses in the design and development of engineering approaches for medical problems. The Department of Biomedical Engineering comprises an interdisciplinary syllabus including the medical sciences besides the fundamental principles of the engineering branches like electrical-electronics, computer science, industrial and mechanical engineering in the Faculty of Engineering and Architecture.
The main aim of Biomedical Engineering is to propose engineering approaches to the problems encountered in medicine, dentistry, pharmaceutics, veterinary medicine, biology, and life sciences. The proposed approaches based on the fundamentals and principles of physics, mathematics, and engineering sciences constitute a base to develop innovative method, algorithm, device and software for diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Parallel to the innovations and emerging technologies in engineering, Biomedical Engineering deals with the design and development of methods and devices, and requires qualified personnel to maintain the calibration and maintenance of those medical devices and developed systems.
Working Areas of Biomedical Engineers:
Biomedical Engineers work together with other medical professionals such as doctors, nurses, technicians, and therapists. The working area of Biomedical Engineers spread over a wide range, from devices, software design, and information gathering from many technical sources to develop new procedures, up to clinical researches in order to solve the problems.
Nowadays, approximately twenty thousand different types of biomedical devices and systems are used at hospitals. The numbers of biomedical devices and systems in our country on the other hand, have been increased by seven times in the last twenty years. The need for staff, who have technical and scientific knowledge, carry out the attempts to design and improve the biomedical systems, and take part in their efficient uses, is increasing with each day.
Additionally, hospitals affiliated to Ministry of Health with the capacity of 200 beds and more and private hospitals with 100 and more beds are required to employ at least 1 biomedical engineer in Turkey. Under these circumstances it is obvious that the need for biomedical engineers is increasing day by day.
Based on this information, business area of Biomedical Engineers can be defined as below:
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