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Biomedical Diploma Holder Job at Fortis Hospital

Experience:0 – 4 Years



Compensation:Rupees 1,00,000 – 1,50,000
Negotiable. depends on the experience

Education:UG – Any Graduate – Any Specialization PG – Any PG Course – Any Specialization

Industry Type:Medical/ Healthcare/Hospital

Role:Lab Technician/Medical Technician/Lab Staff

Functional Area:Healthcare, Medical, R&D

Posted Date:22 Jul

Desired Candidate Profile

10+2 with Diploma course in concerned discipline, Working Knowledge of Computers

Job Description

• Assist the consultants in carrying out the procedures

• Maintenance the calibration of TMT machine in coordination with Biomedical Engineering Department

• To do portable ECGs and also Pediatric ECGs

• Responsible for maintenance of ECG machine

“Local Healthcare R&D:The Need of the Hour ” Pulse of the Biomedical Market

What should Biomedical Engineering Students do now. They are busy in making projects which have long names but only little bit of innovation which serves the cause of improving healthcare. If this is the case . How will the technology develop?

What the Industry is looking after now?

What shall a Biomedical Engineer do to get good jobs?

How does one win over emerging markets like Asia? This is an inevitable question asked by most leaders of medical device companies who are planning growth strategies. Let’s try answering it. Like any market, emerging markets want product innovations relevant to their local healthcare needs. Local experience is an essential aspect for achieving this.

A Graphical Simulation Software in Cardiovascular Mechanics Physiology

A short axis view of the heart showing a cine ...
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Computer supported, interactive e-learning systems are widely used in the teaching of physiology. However, the currently available complimentary software tools in the field of the physiology of cardiovascular mechanics have not yet been adapted to the latest systems software. Therefore, a simple-to-use replacement for undergraduate and graduate students‘ education was needed, including an up-to-date graphical software that is validated and field-tested.

Software compatible to Windows, based on modified versions of existing mathematical algorithms, has been newly developed. Testing was performed during a full term of physiological lecturing to medical and biology students.