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What is a role of the clinical engineer?
Design and develop prosthetics.
Solving all clinical related problems.
Ensuring the standards and specifications.
Developing computer programs.
Why Biomechanics and Rehabilitation Engineering are important, in Biomedical Engineering?
To improve the quality of life in ageing and differently able population.
To implement new Biomedical Engineering concepts.
To use the Biomedical Engineering instruments properly.
To introduce and produce medical products.
Western medication uses alternatives to medical imaging.
What is the importance of medical waste management in the hospital environment?
Increases the risk to public health and the environment.
Reduces the risk of infection.
Waste management at hospitals is not that much important.
What would be the future of Biomedical Engineering?
Nothing more to be developed in this field.
Slowly-growing field in the world.
Usage of more advanced devices, equipment.
No further technological advancements would take place.
For what does EMBS stand for?
Engineering in Mechanical and Biology Society
Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society
Engineering in Mechanical and Biomedical Society
Engineering in Microbiology and Botanical Society
"It's all about BME" is a workshop series on....
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Ortho. & Rehabilitation
Considering the topics of the workshop series, select which one is not a topic.
Basics of MRI
Industrial applications of MRI
Types of MRI
Future of MRI