Biomedical Engineering Theory And Practice/The Technological Tools

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Computers[edit]

Biomedical engineers spend the most time using computer. Computers provide some very basic functions, like Internet access and word processing software. In addition to writing research reports and reading scholarly scientific journals online, biomedical engineers use computers to organize data and control the other equipment for the experiments.

Microscopes[edit]

Types of microscopes

Biomedical engineers use various types of microscopes to observe the object. High-resolution light microscopes can analyze the grown cells or DNA. Scanning electron microscopes provide digital images that biomedical engineers collect to make time-lapse videos or photo comparisons.

Incubators[edit]

Interior of CO2 incubator

Cryogenic Equipment[edit]

Liquidnitrogen

Cameras[edit]

Lasers[edit]

Biomedical Repair Tool Kits[edit]

Further Reading[edit]

Practise[edit]

Reference[edit]