Nanomedicine and drug delivery

Nanomedicine is the use of the nanotechnology (building of small machines) to the prevention and treatment of disease in the human body. Nanomedicine is a field of medical science whose applications are expanding increasingly on account of biological machines and nanorobots. Nanorobots are headways in nanomedicine as miniature surgeons. These machines help correct genetic deficiencies by replacing or altering DNA molecules, and repair damaged cells. For example, artificial white and red Blood cells, antiviral, artificial antibodies, and nanorobots. These nanomachines could influence the behaviour of individual cells.

Nanotechnology has given the likelihood of delivering drugs to targeted cells utilizing nanoparticles. The general drug intake and reactions might be brought down altogether by storing the dynamic agent in the morbid region only and in no higher measurement than required. Targeted drug delivery is proposed to lessen the side effects of drugs. Drug delivery centres around amplifying bioavailability both at particular places in the body and over some stretch of time. This can possibly be accomplished by molecular targeting by nanoengineered gadgets.