Over the last few decades, there are increasing public awareness of adverse events involving engineering failures that not only led to monetary losses but also more importantly, human injuries and deaths. Whilst it is vital for an engineering professional or student to acquire the necessary technical knowledge and skills in their respective field, they must also understand the ethical essences that are relevant to their profession. Engineering professionals like biomedical engineers, need to appreciate the fundamentals of best practices and recognise how any derivation from such practices can have undesirable impacts on human lives. Through this book, it is hoped that readers would draw the relevance between the study of ethics and biomedical engineering. The book would be a useful source and reference for college-level and university-level students. Moreover, the contents are written so as to also provide valuable insights even for existing biomedical engineers and those enrolled in continual engineering education programs.Equipment. Control. Manager. 0\ \000Q 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. . Review all equipment purchase requests . Coordinate prepurchase evaluation of clinical ... Coordinate incoming inspection testing of new clinical equipment and equipment repair . ... Ensure that operator and service manuals are obtained for each clinical device .
|Title||:||Ethics for Biomedical Engineers|
|Author||:||Jong Yong Abdiel Foo, Stephen J. Wilson, Andrew P. Bradley, Winston Gwee, Dennis Kwok-Wing Tam|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-05-23|