Bio-medical Engineer.

By: Libby Markgraf

Working environment.

1. Bio-medical engineers work in offices and labs. They work for hospitals, clinics, manufacturers of medical equipment and supplies, universities, and research laboratories

High school and college classes that would help to be a bio-medical.

Classes in college and high school that would help you later on in a Bio-medical career are anatomy and Physiology, Biology, Biotechnology, Physics, and Trigonometry/Advanced Algebra.

What Bio-medical engineer.

  1. Medical engineers design and build medical instruments and artificial organs. They work on cardiac pacemakers, surgical lasers, bone and joint replacements, and artificial heart valves, kidneys, and limbs.
  2. Clinical engineers design computers that constantly check the heartbeat, blood pressure, and body temperature of patients. Some design systems that make hospital laboratories more efficient.
  3. Environmental engineers work on solving environmental problems. They look for ways to improve the places where people, plants, and animals live

Average salary

The national average bio-medical engineers make is about $52,600 to $139,450 per year


Bio-medical engineers work closely with physicians and surgeons

Work schedule

B Bio-medical engineers work about 8 hours a day or 40 hours a week.