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Part 1: Nanomedicine Overview
2. Nanoparticle and medicine
3. Types of Nano-medicines
4. Nanodevices for Medicine and Surgery
5. Nanobiology in Medicine
6. Manufacturing process of Nano-medicines
7. Properties and potential application of Nano-medicine
8. Nanomedicine: Promises and Challenges
9. Ethical, Safety, and Regulatory Issues of Nanomedicine
10. Worldwide Development and Commercialization of Nanomedicine
11. Research and Education in Nanomedicine
12. Risk and drawbacks to use Nanomedicine
13. Future of Nano-medicine
Part 2: Nanomedicine Terms and Applications
20. Nano-medicine and Drug Delivery
21. Nano-medicine and gene delivery
22. Nano-medicine and tissue engineering
23. Nano-medicine and cardiac vascular engineering
24. Nano-medicine and Cancer
25. Nano-medicine for bone and cartilage tissue engineering
26. Nano-medicine and Targeting Cyclins and Cyclin-Dependent Kinases
27. Clinical translation and Nano-medicine
28. Nano-medicine and gene delivery
29. Antimicrobial drug resistance and Nano-medicine
30. Pneumonia and Nano-medicine
31. Nutraceutical Sector and Nano-medicine
32. Neural growth with carbon nanotubes
33. Nano-medicine and Thrombotic Diseases
Nanomedicines Manufacturing and Applications explores the major manufacturing techniques and applications of nanomaterials-based medicines in the fields of chemotherapy, biochips, insulin pumps, and other treatment types. This book explains how nanomedicines are developed from nanoparticles, along with their biomedical applications relating 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 and nano-drug carriers, with a particular focus on nanomedicine for cancer treatment
- Explains the formulation and manufacturing process of nanomedicines, showing how to build these materials
- 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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- © Elsevier 2021
- 1st March 2021
- Paperback ISBN:
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, Belgium
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.
Center of Excellence for Advanced Materials Research, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah 21589, P.O. Box 80203, Saudi Arabia.
Awais Ahmad is an early-career Researcher currently working at Department of Chemistry, The University of Lahore in Pakistan. He done his Graduation from Government College University Faisalabad, Pakistan in field of Applied Chemistry and 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 and biosensors and Plant response to metal stress, sustainability, and oxidative stress. 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.
Department of Chemistry,The University of Lahore , Lahore 54590 Pakistan Department of Applied Chemistry, Government College University Faisalabad, Pakistan
Dr Ikram Ahmad is Assistant Professor in the Department of Applied Chemistry at GC University Faisalabad, 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 Applied Chemistry, GC University Faisalabad, Pakistan
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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