I have a physics and medical physics background with no engineering coursework or work experience to speak of. I have some knowledge of the design and function of various medical technologies, mostly pertaining to radiation oncology and radiology, acquired through my job as a medical physicist. I have a knowledge foundation for biology, chemistry, programming, anatomy, physiology, and statistics. I have an interest in self-studying medical engineering from a mixed general interest and technical perspective, and have the following questions: 1. Are there general engineering texts that I should familiarize myself with prior to the medical engineering self-study? 2. Are there medical engineering texts that anyone would recommend for my purpose? 3. Any other advice? Thanks!