With the increasing health awareness among the masses, an immensurable technological upheaval has been recorded in the medical industry. Blending medical technology with human touch, Medical/Healthcare industry keeps healthy everyone from newborn to the critically ill. With this expansion in Medical/Healthcare sector, the need of the professionals is also gaining strength day by day. Intelligence, passion for humanity and genuine compassion of the medical professionals make them the preferred choice in various healthcare centers.
Medical monitor developer LifeWatch AG (SWX:LIFE) has launched the world’s first medical smartphone, for Android-powered devices. The smartphone has built-in sensors for monitoring heart rate, pulmonary function, blood sugar levels, body temperature and galvanic skin response (which measures psychological pressure), and other physiological variables. The system can also measure blood pressure with an attached sleeve, and can analyze blood samples.
LifeWatch has developed a range of wireless monitoring devices for emergency rooms and medical services, as well as for personal use, but this is the first time that it has combined these capabilities on a smartphone. Chinese branded mobile phone manufacturer TechFaith Wireless Communication Technology Ltd. (Nasdaq: CNTF) will manufacture the platform for LifeWatch.
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Shall have ability to fault find to component level on complex equipment, read drawings & carryout calibration of equipment.
Exp in a health care establishment or with a manufacturer of patient
connected health care equipment & with formal training.
Salary:Salary not a constraint for the right candidates
Functional Area:Healthcare, Medical, R&D
Desired Candidate Profile
Education:(UG – Diploma – Any Specialization, B.Tech/B.E. – Biomedical) AND (PG – Post Graduation Not Required)
Dip/Deg in Biomedical Engg
Exp in patient monitors, defibrillators, ventilators diagnostic equipment, laboratory, dental & X-ray equipment
Knowledge of international safety standards (e.g. BS60601-x)
& of associated test & diagnostic equipment method
A Leading Construction Company in Oman (Client of Aerosea Travels & Tours)
The Largest Construction Company in the private sector in the Sultanate of Oman, requires the following personnel for their Client – Hospital in Oman. This is a free recruitment & there is no service charge.
Final Interview on 14 April in India.
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List of projects and titles which i collected from IEEE / WEB / BME mags
I HAVE BEEN RECEIVING A LOT OF REQUESTS REGARDING PROJECT IDEAS, KEEPING IN MIND ALL THOSE REQUEST I DECIDED TO PUT IN THIS.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ANY OF THE PROJECT TITLE BELOW, WE CAN HAVE DISCUSSION REGARDING IT & work on for implementation of that project
LOOKING FORWARD FOR PEOPLE’S RESPONSE TO THESE TITLES N WORKING FURTHER IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH PARADIGM
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New research by electrical engineers at Oregon State University has confirmed that an electronic technology called “ultrawideband” could hold part of the solution to an ambitious goal in the future of medicine — health monitoring with sophisticated “body-area networks
Such networks would offer continuous, real-time health diagnosis, experts say, to reduce the onset of degenerative diseases, save lives and cut health care
Some remote health monitoring is already available, but the perfection of such systems is still elusive.
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Some times, it become essential to monitor physiological events from a distant place.
Some of such situations are:
(a) Monitoring of astronauts during flight.
(b) Monitoring of patients in ambulance while transit to hospital.
(c) Monitoring of patients while obtaining their exercise electrocardiogram.
(d) Monitoring of patients who are permitted to stay away from the hospital.
(e) Monitoring of animals in their natural habitat.
(f) Transmission of ECG or other medical information through telephone links
(g) Isolating the patients from electricity operated measuring equipment such as ECG equipment inorder to prevent any accidental shock to them.