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Biomechanical engineering is a subdiscipline of engineering which applies principles of mechanics to biological systems like the human body. It stems from the scientific discipline of biomechanics and usually uses the tools and approaches of mechanical engineering to address biological problems. Biomechanical engineers are currently occupied with the design and improvement of artificial organs and limbs, for example, helping improve and design prosthetics and contribute to the suppression of chronic arthritis. Engineers also work on: Prostheses; Bioinstrumentation and Measurements; Bioheat Transfer; Biomaterials; Biomechanics; Cellular Mechanics and the Design and Control of Biological Systems.
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