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BE Worldwide 11/13/2018

Biomedical Metrology Basics in a Vital Signs Monitor

What should I measure when executing calibration or maintenance procedures in a Vital Signs Monitor?

BE Worldwide 06/26/2018

#FIETS2018: 5 Reasons to Assist to this Amazing Event

Healthcare improvement is something we must constantly be in touch with, specially through events that promote education regarding this diverse topic. Join us at FIETS 2018, the biggest healthcare business event in Mexico.

BE Worldwide 02/23/2018

Studying Biomedical Engineering at ULSA Noroeste

As long as humanity exists, the need of developing new technologies to improve healthcare services will be vital.

BE Worldwide 02/15/2018

CRM's in Healthcare: Why do they matter?

When multitasking on various processes like prospecting, marketing, and offering services, it can be quite challenging to organize yourself and always keep track on your company’s progress regarding sales; this is where tools like CRM software could help.

BE Worldwide 02/12/2018

The Power of Communication in Medical Equipment

Wireless communication has become a very important criteria for medical equipment, specially for their ability to remotely monitor and prevent life-ending consequences in patients.

BE Worldwide 12/02/2017

What is Biomedical Engineering?

Biomedical engineers are employed in the industry, hospitals, research facilities of educational and medical institutions, universities, and government regulatory agencies.

BE Worldwide 11/08/2017

3D Printing in Biomedical Engineering

Many of young entrepreneurs have found a good chance of helping others by using 3D Printing technologies as a feasible solution to basic biomechanical problems, but is there any danger by adopting these medical technologies?

BE Worldwide 11/08/2017

17 Game-Changing Health Startups

With technology and entrepreneurship at its peak, Startups have not been an exception to incredible growth. Find out about successful stories as described by Inc.

BE Worldwide 11/08/2017

Post Heart Attack: How can scar tissue be turned back into healthy heart muscle?

University of North Carolina Health Care System describes that “Heart disease continues to be the leading cause of death worldwide.