A biomedical engineer looking at a component of a medical instrument.

Basic Guide to Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical engineering is an incredibly important field of study, and the fine engineers in this line of work are the reason modern technology and surgical instruments have progressed to where they are today. Inventions like the pacemaker, responsive prosthetics, and …
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Irrigation bulb, surgical scissors, forceps and gauzes stained with blood on green towel in operating room.

Properly Disposing of Your Single-Use Surgical Instruments

As a medical professional, the appropriate disposal of single-use surgical instruments is an integral part of the job. In order to prevent contamination or and reduce health risks to the people in the waste management industry, every person in the …
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A doctor pulling on her gloves.

Follow These Tips When Sterilising Your Surgical Instruments

It’s crucial for hospitals and clinics to clean and sterilise their surgical instruments in accordance with standards observed by Australia’s NSW Health. In this blog, we’ll go into detail on how to sterilise your tools, in order to prevent infection …
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X-ray of a broken collarbone.

Should You Pursue a Career in Biomedical Engineering?

If you’ve found yourself at the corner of science and medicine in terms of your interests for the future, then you may not have considered that your path could lie down the road of creating medical instruments. Biomedical engineering exists …
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