Biomedical engineering is a field of engineering that combines principles of engineering, biology, and medicine to design and develop medical devices, equipment, and systems. Biomedical engineers apply their expertise in engineering, biology, and medical science to improve healthcare and patient outcomes. The work of biomedical engineers can include designing prosthetic devices, developing medical imaging systems, creating drug delivery systems, and developing diagnostic tools. Biomedical engineers also work on developing and testing medical equipment and software, including electronic health records and patient monitoring systems. Biomedical engineers may work in a variety of settings, including hospitals, research laboratories, universities, and medical device companies. They collaborate with healthcare professionals and scientists to identify needs and design solutions that meet the needs of patients and healthcare providers. The goal of biomedical engineering is to improve healthcare and patient outcomes by developing innovative technologies and solutions that improve the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of diseases and injuries.