ISSN 0021-3454 (print version)
ISSN 2500-0381 (online version)

vol 67 / April, 2024

DOI 10.17586/0021-3454-2016-59-8-677-682

UDC 172.2: 57.089.6: 615.47


S. Y. Perepelkina
ITMO University, Saint Petersburg, 197101, Russian Federation; Associate Professor

E. P. Popechitelev
St. Petersburg Electrotechnical University; Professor

L. Tomashevic
The University of Split, Department of Criminology; Professor

E. V. Shataeva
St. Petersburg State University;; Professor

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Abstract. The problems related to the appearance of bioethical problems while using the products and services generated by such a new branch of knowledge as biomechatronics are considered. An overview of publications on bioethical problems is presented. The possibility of using of terminology and basic principles of the theory of biotechnical systems and technologies for implementation of bioethical practices is discussed. Special attention in the implementation of bioethical practice as applied to products and services of biomechatronics is suggested for the analysis of the basic technical principles of creating biotechnical systems of medico-social use. Among the causes of bioethical problems in biomechatronics, it is proposed to take into account the realities of the postindustrial society, the laws of market economy, and a significant transformation of basic social institutions, such as health and social protection.
Keywords: biomechatronics, biotechnical systems and technologies, bioethics, post-nonclassical science

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