Biomedical and Medical engineering - How technology is the future of good health...
04 Feb 22
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When a pandemic arises, certain roles have to put their workload into overdrive to cope with the situation, but also find solutions to additional issues. The nation pulls together in a heroic effort to try and comfort one another and help others through difficult times.
One area which is in high demand is biomedical engineering. Throughout the year, biomedical engineers create ways to combine biological functions with technology to make human life more comfortable, but now, they’re needed more than ever to help save lives.
Creating devices that can help with the coronavirus outbreak is how biomedical engineers are making a difference. From students to well-seasoned engineers, everyone in the field is attempting to relieve stress on health organisations across the globe. Here are just some of the types of creations biomedical engineers have created.