Unformatted text preview: 7. Is it commonly implemented in hospitals nationwide? 8. What are some barriers to the engineering process (financial, materials, etc.)? 9. Could you walk us through the process for a new device to grow from an idea to production? a. What organizations must certify the safety of the device? 10. What are some ways that clinical engineering differs from other branches of engineering? 11. What advice would you give to seniors looking to design and produce clinical devices? 12. How does bioreactance technology work? 13. Have you ever had to improvise to make your job easier?...
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- Spring '11
- Biomedical Engineering, Doug Olson, Doug Olson Interview, common requests/ complaints