Biomedical Engineering

By: Alan Abraham

What is Biomedical Engineering?

A biomedical engineer is a engineering that specializes in the design solutions in biology and medicine, with a purpose of improving the quality and effectiveness in healthcare.
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Why choose Biomedical Engineering?

Biomedical Engineering combines the engineering field and the medical field. Biomedical engineers use technology to help patients with disabilities and make a doctors job easier.
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What do Biomedical Engineers do on a typical day?

Biomedical Engineers have a wide range of capabilities in one day. Some design new medical instruments, devices, programs and software, others bring together knowledge from many technological sources to develop new medical procedures.
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What is the starting salary for a Biomedical Engineer?

When staring as a biomedical engineer the staring salary is $53,800, but by mid career the starting salary increases at an average of 82% to $97,000.
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What education is needed to become an biomedical engineer.

To be a biomedical engineer you need to take chemistry, physics, and biology in high school as well as advanced math including calculus, computer programming, and mechanical drawing.In college you need a bachelors degree in biomedical sciences.
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