Biomedical Engineering in Healthcare

International Journal of Machine Learning and Networked Collaborative Engineering

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Title Biomedical Engineering in Healthcare
Creator Gupta, Ayushi
kumar, somesh
Description Engineering plays an unmistakable job in serving and progression of social insurance. With the overall rise in population of over eight billion globally all  around  the  world  which  still  continues  to  grow.  With such growing population rates, there arises a universal demand for long living along with healthy and active lifestyle.
To meet these requirements of human race there is a strict requirement of such a discipline which makes the interaction of engineering with the human body possible. This is provided by one of the quickest developing fields of designing known as Biomedical Engineering. Biomedical Engineering is an interdisciplinary methodology. It is a broad field which involves an immense range of controls.
Biomedical specialists (likewise called bioengineers) utilize their sound information   on   maths   and   science   to   tackle   wellbeing   related   issues. Materials, devices and procedures are created by biomedical specialists that aides in avoidance or treatment of ailments or restore patients. The field of biomedical     designers     incorporates     specialization     for     biomaterials; bioinstrumentation; biomechanics; medicinal imaging; restoration; and cell, tissue, and hereditary building as indicated by the Biomedical Engineering Society.
In   this   paper   we   will   discuss   various   introductory   terms   related   to biomedical   engineering   and   health   care   industry   which   are   actually amalgated together. We will further discuss the pros and cons of biomedical engineering on health care industry. Devices and instruments which are used in biomedical engineering are also discussed in this paper.
This   paper   mainly   focuses   on   some   of   the   latest   medical   devices, instruments and technologies like biosensors, biomedical signal processing, biomedical imaging and image processing, bioinformatics and computational   biology,   health   informatics,   biomechanics,   bio   robotics, diagnostic, cardiopulmonary systems engineering, and therapeutic systems, neural  engineering,  rehabilitation  engineering,  variable  and  implantable technologies,   micro   and   nano   technologies,   tissue   engineering   and regenerative  medicine,  biomedical  engineering  in  education  industry  and society.
A  case  study  has  also  been  included  to  support  the  understanding  of  the above  technologies  viz. a case study on image-guided interventions.  The discussion   has   been   concluded   with   the   observation   that   biomedical engineering  can  be  deeply  integrated  with  healthcare  and  various  devices and  instruments  can  be  designed  in  order  to  cure  various  diseases.  These devices are ergonomically designed.
The  Future  extent  of  biomedical  designing  in  medicinal  services  is  being discussed in this paper. Medical diagnostic tools nearly triple every year as with biomedical Engineering, every new advancement taking place to cure various diseases.  Biomedical engineers are developing advanced tools for various   health diseases.  Consequently,   there   is   an   immense   extent   of Biomedical Engineering in Healthcare.
Publisher SR Informatics, New Delhi, India
Date 2020-04-27
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source International Journal of Machine Learning and Networked Collaborative Engineering; Vol. 3 No. 04 (2019): Volume No 03 Issue No 04; 229-238
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 International Journal of Machine Learning and Networked Collaborative Engineering

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