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What is the scope of Biomedical engineering ? Is it better than Medical electronics? View All


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Biomedical engineering is a pretty broad term that encompasses areas such as tissue engineering (creating artificial tissues and organs from cells) to design of prosthetic joints, to ergonomic wheelchair design to diagnostic devices, to surgical tools to motion analysis of people to evaluating alternative orthopaedic repairs. People with backgrounds in mechanical, electrical, material and genetic engineering and biology, surgery, medicine play a role.

I'm not exactly sure what medical electronics is but it sound much more narrow


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