13 September 2013

Understanding Nanomedicine: An Infographic

Nanomedicine is a field of medical science that involves the use of objects and substances at the molecular level. Basically, it is the application of nanotechnology to medicine.

Currently, nanomedicine is used for nanoparticle drug delivery where medicine is delivered to a specific area of the body through a nanosized container or vessel. Molecular nanotechnology (MNT) and nanovaccinology are also some of the potential future application for this field of science.

Nanoscale technology in medical applications results in the use of smaller non-invasive devices that can be implanted or inserted inside the body which results in shorter biochemical reaction times. These devices are faster and more sensitive than typical devices or procedures done today.

Nanomedicine: The Future of Medicine


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