Nanomedicine & Nanotechnology Open Access (NNOA)

ISSN: 2574-187X

Mini Review

Nanomedicine and Nanorobot: Mini Review

Authors: Dhanda N and Kumar S*

DOI: 10.23880/nnoa-16000295


Nanotechnology is now recognized as an emerging field for scientific study and technological advancement, along with associated concepts like nanomaterials, nanostructures, and nanoparticles. Electronics and other disciplines have already benefited greatly from the development and use of nanotechnology or the manufacture and use of devices and materials at the nanoscale. The field of nanomedicine is a developing one that combines medical science with nanotechnology to create new therapeutics and enhance current ones. When interacting with human cells, nanomedicine uses the manipulation of atoms and molecules to produce nanostructures the same size as biomolecules. This technique offers a variety of cutting-edge choices for diagnostics and intelligent therapies by supporting the body's inherent healing systems. One of the most exciting uses of nanomedicines is the development of nanobots, which is leading multidisciplinary research. Nanotechnology breakthroughs have led to an increased application of nanobots in cancer diagnosis and treatment. They allow the creation and deployment of functional molecular and nanoscale machines. The use of nanobots in cancer treatment has moved from theory to reality in recent years, with a shift from in vitro trials to in vivo applications.

Keywords: Nanomedicine; Nanorobots; Nanomachinery; Nanotechnology

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