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Achievements of Biomedical Engineering in 50 years !!! Hassanain Ali
1950 s and Earlier
Electrocardiogram - EKG
Antibiotic Production Technology
1950s and Earlier Artificial Kidney. X-Ray. Electrocardiogram – EKG. Cardiac Pacemaker. Cardiopulmonary Bypass. Antibiotic Production Technology. Defibrillator.
Heart Valve Replacement
Blood Analysis and Processing
1960s Heart Valve Replacement. Intraocular Lens. Ultrasound. Vascular Grafts. Blood Analysis and Processing.
Computer Assisted Tomography - CAT
Artificial Hip and Knee Replacements
Biological Plant-Food Engineering
1970s Computer Assisted Tomography – CAT. Artificial Hip and Knee Replacements. Balloon Catheter. Endoscopy. Biological Plant-Food Engineering.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging - MRI
1980s Magnetic Resonance Imaging – MRI. Laser Surgery. Vascular Stents. Recombinant Therapeutics.
1990s Until Today
Genomic Sequencing and Micro-Arrays
Positron Emission Tomography - PET Scan
1990s Until Today Genomic Sequencing & Micro-Arrays Positron Emission Tomography - PET Scan. Image-Guided Surgery
Achievements of Biomedical Engineering in 50 years !!! Hassanain Ali
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