Nanomedicine by Associates degree in nursing
(Originally published: click here)
Nanomedicine, refers to highly
specific medical intervention at the molecular level for curing disease
or repairing damaged tissues. Though in its infancy, could we be looking
at the future of medicine? Early clinical trials certainly look
Nanomedicine works by injecting nanoparticles into the body and can be used to:
One human hair is approximately 80,000 nanometers wide.
- Deliver medicine
- Find and treat disease
- Repair damaged cells
Inforgraphic by Associates degree in nursing
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