Une chercheuse de l’université d’Alberta à Edmonton « pense petit » dans le but de trouver des nouveaux procédés pour améliorer l’administration de médicaments avec de moins en moins d’effets secondaires.
Afsaneh Lavasanifar, Professeur à la Faculté de Pharmacie et Sciences Phamaceutiques, a développé et breveté une capsule à base de polymères qui est capable de [...]
Pour les patients atteints de glaucome, la prise quotidienne de médicaments va bientôt devenir une chose du passé. En effet, l’Ocular Therapeutic Engineering Centre (OTEC) de la Nanyang Technological University (NTU) a développé un traitement inédit, simple, rapide et indolore, sous forme d’injections pratiquées quatre fois par an. La solution contient un agent anti-glaucome [...]
By K. V. Prabhakara Rao, & J. Srinivas Kumar . KDJ – Vol. 36, No. 1 , January 2013 pp 56-59
Current trends in developing novel technology for medical and dental patient care has evolved nano particle, which has solved many critical problem where conventional materials, drugs were unsucessful. Thorough research had applied nanotechnology in various fields of dentistry to [...]
By Haico te Kulve & Arie Rip. University of Twente, Science, Technology and Policy Studies, Enschede, The Netherlands . Posted online on February 13, 2013.
There is an increasing interest in nanotechnology-enabled drug delivery systems which are expected to have significant impacts for health care. The economic and societal aspects are uncertain, even ambiguous, at this [...]
By John Wyatt and Philippa Taylor. Christian Medical Fellowship Winter 2012
John Wyatt is Emeritus Professor of Neonatal Paediatrics at University College, London. Philippa Taylor is CMF Head of Public Policy If emerging medical technologies with their enormous potential for therapeutic benefit are to be used wisely we need to pay attention both to the ends (ie [...]
NEW YORK, Feb. 5, 2013 — (PRNewswire)
2013 will not only keep up pace, but will mark an extraordinary period of growth and development in the field of nanodermatology. The Nanodermatology Society (NDS) is declaring 2013 as the « Year of Topical Delivery.
By A Sami, , R T Mahmood, , S H Shah, M U Iqbal, Department of Biochemistry, PMAS Arid Agriculture University, Rawalp Rawalpindi, Pakistan, Journal of Public Health and Biological Sciences, Vol. 1, No. 4 Oct – Dec 2012, p.121-126
This review focuses on the potentials of nanotechnology in health care and addresses the possible future [...]
By Sivasankar and Durairaj, J Adv Robot Automat 2012, 1:1
This paper guides to the recent research on nano robots in the Bio medical applications.
Ed. by Mathew Sebastian et al. (Advances in nanoscience and nanotechnology; v.1) Apple Academic Press, ©2013 300 p.
In this first volume, of the new series, international contributors in nanobiology, applied physics, biochemistry, and clinical pharmacology covering the promise and potential of nanomedicine as well as possible dangers…
By Anita Jain Pittsburgh University. nov, 14, 2012.
With the current research and development in the field of nanomedicine, there are ethical issues surrounding the safety of the diamondoid material and nano-robots…