Research and Development in Nanomedicine
Nanomedicine has developed rapidly in recent years, especially in the development of new nanotools for medical diagnosis and treatment. For example, a new trend is spreading in the development of nano systems for the simultaneous diagnosis and treatment of tumours. A new term "Theranostics" has been frequently used and applied in research and preclinical trials. A nano system can simultaneously achieve both cell-targeted in vivo imaging and photothermal cancer treatment. While achieving simultaneous high spatial and temporal resolution of lesions through cellular targeting; non-evasive ad hoc treatments are performed simultaneously by various means, such as local drug delivery, hyperthermia, and photothermic. Inspired by these difficult problems in the biomedical field, the development of nanotechnology will be the key to solving a number of important problems in medicine, especially in early diagnosis and treatment. cancer.