Ethics in Biomedical Engineering
Since the emergence of biomedical engineering as a distinct branch of study in the field of engineering, there has been the question of whether ethics is an important component of this unique discipline………..
Much of the work to be undertaken in biomedical engineering involves research into better and more advanced ways of detecting, diagnosing, monitoring and treating diseases (Brown and Dickson 238). This creates the need for strict observance of ethical considerations in research……….
It must not elude students and enthusiasts of biomedical engineering that some of the subjects that are studied and research in this field involve a high degree of controversy. Subjects like stem cell research remain highly controversial. While handling such delicate matters, a sound understanding of…………..