Study program Due to the necessity for deep theoretical background, it also prepares future students for the follow-up master’s study program in biomedical and clinical engineering at the Faculty of Biomedical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague but also at other universities in the Czech Republic and abroad. The students acquire not only theoretical and practical knowledge of mathematics, physics, and chemistry, but also basic knowledge of biology, medical terminology, anatomy, and human physiology, which are necessary for understanding basic biological processes in human organisms. These are also indispensable for communication with physicians and other medical staff. The students are also acquainted with professional issues, which are focused on mastering the principles of operation and use of medical technology and medical informatics and having the ability to effectively work with them. The most important courses that are relevant directly to the responsibilities of future biomedical technicians are the following: Biomechanics and Biomaterials, Information Systems in Health Care, Medical Devices and Equipment, Patient and Device Simulators and Testers, Design and Construction of Medical Devices/Practical Exercises, Conventional and Tomographical Imaging Systems, Management of Health Care Technology, Clinical Laboratory Instrumentation, Equipment for Anaesthesiology and Resuscitation; and Power Engineering with respect to the health care facility power distribution, safety rules, electrical devices, and electric motor applications. Students become familiar with the applicable legislation, economics, and management of healthcare institutions. Emphasis is also put on language skills, which is focused on mastering situations biomedical technicians must be knowledgeable in.
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- Full Time
Certified copy of the Certificate of recognition of foreign university education and qualification in the Czech Republic (nostrification).
An interview (through Skype) is a required component of the admissions process.
- 3 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning