Biomedical engineering is, in a very real sense, people engineering. The objective of biomedical engineering is to enhance health care by solving complex medical problems using engineering principles. Those who specialize in this field want to serve the public, work with health care professionals, and interact with living systems. This broad field allows a large choice of sub-specialties.
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Author: Celeste Baine
Perfect Paperback: 224 pages
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by Celeste Baine, Cathi Cox and Elizabeth Parry
Pub Date: 04/2013
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