Biomedical Engineer Responsibilities and Duties

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Ability to create new procedures and devices that addresses health-related issues.
Research, design, develop, custom-modify artificial limbs, medical devices and products.
Assist R&D team in designing and developing automated Immunohematology test systems, MRI equipment, drug delivery equipment and other robotic surgical instruments.
Develop artificial limbs, heart valves, heart pacemakers and other implants to improve the patient’s condition.
Troubleshoot problems arising in designing and developing of medical devices and surgical instruments.
Analyze and evaluate the company’s prototype medical devices.
Ability to develop and validate testing methods.
Conduct studies on biological tissues such as preparation of samples, statistical analysis, collating and evaluating study results and documentation.
Manage clinical trials for medical products and devices that are helpful to patients.
Managing and testing including field testing of clinical equipment and medical devices in hospitals and communities.
Interact with manufacturers to purchase or sell medical devices, products and surgical instruments.
Interact with medical professionals, doctors, surgeons, therapists, patients and their careers while custom-designing and developing artificial limbs, medical devices and implants.
Conduct studies on biological tissues such as preparing of samples, statistical analysis, collating and evaluating study results and documentation.
Ability to create and manage medical information systems and healthcare delivery systems effectively.
Keeping up to date with the latest developments in the field of Biomedical Engineering nationally and globally.

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