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Wealth of Nations : Biomedical Engineering–Past,Present,Future

R. Magjarevi´c, I. Lackovi´ c, AUTOMATIKA, 2005년 발간

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Technological biomedical engineering, biomedical electronics, health care, clinical engineering, medical physics, International Federation for Medical and Biological Engineering (IFMBE), BME education 없음 Recommand Global

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Medicine and health care have changed dramatically in the past few decades and they depend on high technology for prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases, and for patient rehabilitation. Modern biomedical research and health care are provided by multidisciplinary teams in which biomedical engineers contribute to the advancement of knowledge equally as medical professions. Biomedical engineering represents one (out of two) the most rapidly growing branches of industry in the developed world [1] (the other are sustainable and renewable energy sources). The new knowledge gained by basic biomedical engineering research (at gene, molecular, cellular, organ andsystemlevel)hashighimpactonthegrowthofnewmedicalproductsandboostsindustries,includingsmalland medium size enterprises (SMEs). SMEs are expected to bring to the market new products and services for health care delivery [2]. Health is the major theme of the specific Programme on Cooperation under the European Seventh Framework Programme, with a total budget of e6.1 billion over the duration of FP7. The objective of health research under FP7 is to improve the health of European citizens and stir up the competitiveness of health-related industries and businesses, while addressing global health issues, life improving and develop life saving technologies. Hospitals and other medical institutions have a commitment to take care of all kinds of high technology devices including the hospital information systems, networks and their safety and security. Growing technological participation in health services enforces the support of technologically specialized personnel, trained clinical engineers. Worldwide, the educational system has adopted the curricula of biomedical engineering and of clinical engineering. Professional organizations are building certification system for biomedical and clinical engineers and the continuous education (life long learning) structures. The development of biomedical engineering and its affirmation has mainly appeared in the last 50 years, first as a result of development in electronic industry while later it started developing at its own pace. In the first part of this paper, we address the development of biomedical engineering in that period and present our views on the development of biomedical engineering in the future. The secondpartisdevotedtotheInternationalFederationforMedicalandBiologicalEngineering(IFMBE),thelargest organization of biomedical engineers in the world which celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2009. In the third part, werecallourmemoriestothefounderofbiomedicalengineeringinCroatia,prof. AnteŠanti´candhisachievements inbiomedicalengineering,andpresentthestateofartofbiomedicalengineeringresearchandeducationinCroatia.


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1 INTRODUCTION

2 FROMTHEEARLYDAYSTOTHEPRESENT

3 AGLIMPSEINTOTHEFUTUREOFBME

4 50THANNIVERSARYOFTHEIFMBE

5 BIOMEDICALENGINEERINGINCROATIA

6 BMERESEARCHINCROATIA

7 BMEEDUCATIONINCROATIA

8 CONCLUSION 

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