Biomedical engineering has recently emerged as its own research, compared to many other engineering fields. Such ev is a common occurrence, as a new field moves from inter- and specialized specialization among already existing fields to independent consideration of the field. Most of the work in the field of biomedical engineering consists in research and development, in a wide range of subfields.
Outstanding biomedical engineering applications include the development of biocompatible prostes, various diagnostic and therapeutic medical devices ranging from clinical equipment to microimplants, conventional imaging equipment such as MRI and ECG, regenerative growth CISS, pharmacological drugs and therapeutic biopreparations.
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING, development and application of technical devices for biological and medical research. This is an area of joint work of technologists, biologists and doctors aimed at acquiring fundamental knowledge about the physical characteristics and functioning of biological materials. The acquired knowledge is used by these scientists to create devices, perform operations and develop new techniques that contribute to improving people's health and quality of life.
Among the achievements of biomedical engineering made possible by such cooperation are dialysis machines designed to replace sick and poorly functioning kidneys; hip and knee prostheses; materials and technologies for heart and blood vessel operations; artificial heart.