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My Graduation




Hello to all!

Today I decided to write a bit about the course I graduated and got the title of Technologist: Biomedical Systems.

Well, Biomedical Technologist Systems is responsible for planning, managing, implementing and maintaining clinical and hospital equipment. Supervises and coordinates teams of maintenance and optimization of electro-medical equipment. Advises the acquisition, performs installation, enables users of equipment and biomedical systems, and participates in applied research teams. Also responsible for the implementation and control of safety standards equipamentosnos health services, can work in hospitals, clinics, laboratories, manufacturers and distributors of hospital equipment. Rolling Eyes



5 blog comments below

About the job market... Like any machine, medical equipment may also be defective and therefore require periodic maintenance. This is a good field work for this professional. Most work in equipment, private or charitable hospitals, universities, companies and government hospitals. In companies, the designer is hired to design and maintenance of medical equipment, work in the sale or post-sale. In hospitals, the equipment operates and trains staff. Can act as hired the establishment or companies that offer outsourced service. There are opportunities all over the country (Brazil), but the state capital, despite the vast network of hospitals and laboratories, is saturated.
leandrow on Wed Feb 12, 2014 8:57 pm
Wish U Good Luck to get a job, utilize what you learnt.
Help to provide better medial services to human community.
All the Best!
Very Happy
cabenqc on Fri Mar 21, 2014 9:05 am
Thanks, cabenqc! Laughing
leandrow on Thu May 15, 2014 10:24 pm
Congratulations, Leandrow! I remember seeing you talking about your college in the forums. Time goes by so fast!
Vanilla on Sun May 18, 2014 3:52 pm
Hey, thanks, Vanilla!
leandrow on Tue May 27, 2014 9:47 am



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