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Biomedical engineering specialization and future challenges. International Journal of biomedical Engineering and Technology (IJBET); 6(2): 163-177. [Impact Factor: 0.54].
Authors: Azar AT
Year: 2011
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Abstract:

Biomedical Engineering applies the principles of engineering, biology, and medicine to create devices and methods that solve problems in the health care industry. Due to the diversity of the field, it has become essential to identify tracks or specialisations that students can engage in during their final years of study. However, due to the limited resources, especially in the Arab world, most universities stick to limited specialisations. In this paper, we shall review the state of the art tracks in Biomedical Engineering globally with concentration on the Arab World. We shall also focus on the prospect of the field and the expected future requirements.

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