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Chapter 1 Introduction to nanomedicine an overview.
Awais Ahmad, Ikram Ahmad, Anish Khan, Muhammad Abdullah, Ching Yern Chee, and Francis Verpoort
Chapter 2 Nanoparticles and medicine .
Navasingh Rajesh Jesudoss Hynes, Ramakrishnan Sankaranarayanan, and Jagatheesa Perumal Senthil Kumar
Chapter 3 Recent advancements, developments, and regulatory issues in nanomedicine.
Hina Tabassum, Ikram Ahmad, Awais Ahmad, Hira Tabassum, Maryam Zaheer Kiyani, Anish Khan, Madiha Younas, and Abdullah M Asiri
Chapter 4 Nanobiology in medicine .
Nikita Agrawal, Muktishree Mahendra, Tej Singh, and Brijesh Gangil
Chapter 5 Nanomaterial synthesis protocols.
Awais Ahmad, Ikram Ahmad, Shamim Ramzan,
Maryam Zaheer Kiyani, Deepak Dubal, and N.M. Mubarak
Chapter 6 Recent advancement and developments in biomaterial-based nanomedicines, imaging, and cures
Muhammad Amin Abid, Muhammad Rizwan, and Muhammad Khalid Azeem
Chapter 7 Nanomedicine: Promises and challenges.
Irha Basit, Farwa Batool Shamsi, Maryam Zaheer Kiyani, Shamim Ramzan, Awais Ahmad, Anish Khan, and Abdullah M Asiri
Chapter 8 Nanotoxicity of nanoparticles.
Anand Babu Perumal, Reshma B Nambiar, Periyar Selvam Sellamuthu, and Emmanuel Rotimi Sadiku
Chapter 9 Role of XRD for nanomaterial analysis.
Awais Ahmad, Muhammad Pervaiz, Shamim Ramzan, Maryam Zaheer Kiyani, Anish Khan, Ikram Ahmad, and Abdullah M Asiri
Chapter 10 Advantages and disadvantages of nanodevices.
Jagatheesa Perumal Senthil Kumar, Ramakrishnan Sankaranarayanan, Jesudoss Angela Jennifa Sujana, and Navasingh Rajesh Jesudoss Hynes
Chapter 11 Recent advancement and development in nanoneurology
Ikram Ahmad, Hina Tabassum, Farwa Batool Shamsi, Saad Maroof Saeed, Awais Ahmad, and Shahid Hussain
Chapter 12 A critical approach to nanocardiology.
Ikram Ahmad, Hina Tabassum, Farwa Batool Shamsi, Saad Maroof Saeed, Maryam Maqsood, and Amira Anwar
Chapter 13 Nanocarrier drugs for eye treatment.
N.J. Vignesh, P. Shenbaga Velu, and Navasingh Rajesh Jesudoss Hynes
Chapter 14 Nanomedicine and drug delivery.
Irha Basit, Shahid Hussain, Carlo Suntulli, Syed Abbas Raza, Tahsin Gulzar, and Akasha Aftab
Chapter 15 Nanomedicine and gene delivery.
Farrukh Azeem, Usman Ijaz, Sumbal Rashid, Habibullah Nadeem, Hamid Manzoor, and Sabir Hussain
Chapter 16 Nanomedicine and tissue engineering.
Awais Ahmad, Madiha Younas, Carlo Suntulli, Maryam Zaheer Kiyani, Rabia Ali, Omme Habbiba, and Muhammad Zubair
Chapter 17 Nanomedicine and cancer.
Ikram Ahmad, Hina Tabassum, Farwa Batool Shamsi, Saad Maroof Saeed, Sadia Aslam, and Sobia Tabassum
Chapter 18 Role of silver nanoparticles in multifunctional drug delivery .
Madiha Younas, Muhammad Awais Ahmad, Fakiha Tul Jannat, Tayyaba Ashfaq, and Awais Ahmad
Chapter 19 Nutraceutical sector and nanomedicine.
Kumar Rajendran, Divya Dharmaraj, Madhuri Krishnamoorthy, Kannan Karuppiah, and Kannapiran Ethiraj
Chapter 20 Carbon nanotubes for neural cell growth.
Asghari Gul, Sadia Aslam, Shamim Ramzan, Tajdar Ahmed, and Awais Ahmad
Chapter 21 Antibiotic drug resistance and its impact with nonmaterial.
Awais Ahmad, Syed Abbas Raza, Akasha Aftab, Tahsin Gulzar, Sadia Aslam, and Farwa Batool Shamsi
Nanomedicine explores the modification and enhancement of the properties and performances of typical drugs to treat various diseases. Nano-based medicines have advantages in several ways, such as in nanotherapeutics, nanotheranostics, and nanodiagnostics.
Nanomedicine Manufacturing and Applications effectively explores the major manufacturing techniques and applications of nanomaterial-based medicine in the areas of chemotherapy, biochips, insulin pumps, and other treatment methods. This book explains how nanomedicines are developed from nanoparticles as well as their biomedical and other applications related to healthcare.
This book is an important reference source for nanoscientists, biomaterials scientists, and biomedical engineers who want to learn more about how nano-based medicines are made and used.
- Outlines the process of making nanomedicine as well as nanodrug carriers, with a focus on
nanomedicine for cancer treatment.
- Explains the formulation and manufacturing process of nanomedicines, showing how to build
- Demonstrates how nano-based medicines are being used to tackle a range of diseases in a
way that conventional medicines cannot.
Materials scientists and engineers
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Prof. Francis Verpoort is Professor in Inorganic and Physical Chemistry at Ghent University, Belgium. His research focuses in the areas of structure and mechanisms of organometallic materials chemistry, and the cultivation of small materials.
Professor, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium
Dr. Ikram Ahmad is an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Sahiwal, Pakistan. His research interests are inorganic material chemistry, catalysis, nanomaterials and their application in organic synthesis, organic transformations, degradation, sensing, and photocatalysis.
Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, The University of Sahiwal, Sahiwal 57000 Pakistan
Awais Ahmad is an early-career Researcher currently working at Department of Chemistry, The University of Lahore in Pakistan. He completed his Graduation from Government College University Faisalabad, Pakistan in field of Applied Chemistry and masters in Inorganic Chemistry from The University of Lahore. His main research interest is in nanomaterials, Nanocomposite, wastewater treatment, Energy Applications, water splitting, Supercapacitors, Solar cell, MOF, single atom catalysis . He is also researching electrochemical sensors, electrocatalysis, and biosensors. He is also working as guest editor in Coating MDPI under title as Synthesis, Characterization and Applications of Coated Composite Materials for Energy Applications. He has 8 books as editor in Elsevier Underpipeline and 1 in Material Research LLA USA.
Researcher, Department of Chemistry, The University of Lahore, Lahore and Department of Applied Chemistry, Government College University Faisalabad, Pakistan
Dr. Anish Khan is Currently working as Assistant Professor, Chemistry Department, Centre of Excellence for Advanced Materais Research (CEAMR), Faculty of Science, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Ph.D. from Aligarh Muslim University, India from 2010. Research experience of working in the field of synthetic polymers, organic-inorganic electrically conducting nano-composites. Complete Postdoctoral from School of Chemical Sciences, University Sains Malaysia (USM) electroanalytical chemistry in 2010-2011. Research and teaching experiance, more than 100 research papers published in reffered international journal. More then 20 international conferences/ workshop and 3 books published 6 in Progress and 12 Book chapters. Around 20 research project completed. Manageriel Editor of Chemical and Environmental Research (CER) Journal, Member of American Nano Society, Field of specialization is polymer nano composite/cation-exchanger/chemical sensor/microbiosensor/nanotechnology, application of nano materials in electroanalytical chemistry, material chemistry, ion-exchange chromatography and electro-analytical chemistry, dealing with the synthesis, characterization (using different analytical techniques) and derivatization of inorganic ion-exchanger by the incorporation of electrically conducting polymers. Preparation and characterization of hybrid nano composite materials and their applications, Polymeric inorganic cation –exchange materials, Electrically conducting polymeric, materials, Composite material use as Sensors, Green chemistry by remediation of pollution, Heavy metal ion selective membrane electrode, Biosensor on neurotransmitter.
Assistant Professor, Chemistry Department, Center of Excellence for Advanced Materials Research, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Ching Yem Chee is Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering, University of Malaya, Malaysia. His research interests are in the areas of MEMS and nanomaterials.
Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering, University of Malaya, Malaysia
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