Biomedical sciences include the applied sciences applying portions of natural science or formal science, or both. They all may be applied to knowledge, technology or interventions that are used in healthcare and/or public health. The disciplines included in biomedical sciences (or medical sciences) may be medical microbiology, clinical epidemiology, clinical virology, biomedical engineering genetic epidemiology. There are at least 45 different specialisms within healthcare science. Grouped into three main divisions, they may be listed as those which involve life sciences, those which involve physiological science and those specialisms that involve medical physics, or so-called bioengineering.
Life sciences specialties include analytical toxicology, anatomical pathology, blood transfusion science, cervical cytology, clinical biochemistry, clinical embryology, clinical immunology, electron microscopy, external quality assurance, hematology, hemostasis and thrombosis, histocompatibility and immunogenetics, histopathology and cytopathology, molecular genetics and cytogenetics, microbiology (including mycology), phlebotomy, tissue banking and transplant as well as virology.
The last-mentioned life science specialty as a part of a biomedical science is the study of viruses and virus-like agents. Focusing on such aspects of viruses as their structure, evolution, classification, their ways to infect, the ways of exploiting host cells for reproduction, interaction with host organism physiology, their immunity, which diseases they cause, the techniques to culture and to isolate them as well as their use in research and therapy, virology can be considered as a subfield of microbiology.
Physiological science specialisms include audiology and hearing therapy, autonomic neurovascular function, cardiac physiology, clinical perfusion, critical care science, gastrointestinal physiology, neurophysiology, ophthalmic and vision science, respiratory and sleep physiology, urology and vascular science. Vascular science is about carrying out vascular surgery. Last-mentioned is a surgical subspecialty in which diseases of the arteries, lymphatic circulation or veins can be managed by medical therapy, surgical reconstruction, and catheter procedures. The vascular surgeon is known to be trained in managing the diseases that affect all parts of the vascular system, but those of the brain and heart.
There are also the so-called physics and bioengineering specialisms, which include biomechanical, biomedical, rehabilitation and clinical engineering as well as clinical measurement, diagnostic radiology, equipment management, maxillofacial prosthetics, medical electronics, engineering design, and illustration. Also, this specialty includes studying clinical photography, non-ionizing radiation, nuclear medicine, radiopharmacy, radiation protection, radiation monitoring, radiotherapy physics, as well as renal technology and science, and ultrasound. In the UK, the healthcare science workforce is an important part of this country’s National Health Service. Although there are only 5% of the staff of the NHS involved in biomedical science, 80% of all diagnoses are referred to their work. Every year, they carry out over 12 million physiological and 1 billion pathology laboratory tests supporting 1,5 million fractions of radiotherapy.
Biomedical Sciences Physics and Bioengineering
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