Emerging Nanotechnologies for Diagnostics, Drug Delivery and Medical Devices (Micro and Nano Technologies) | Hardcover
by Ashim K Mitra (Editor), Kishore Cholkar (Editor), Abhirup Mandal (Editor)
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March 20, 2017
Product Description Emerging Nanotechnologies for Diagnostics, Drug Delivery and Medical Devices covers the modern micro and nanotechnologies used for diagnosis, drug delivery, and theranostics using micro, nano, and implantable systems. In-depth coverage of all aspects of disease treatment is included. In addition, the book covers cutting-edge research and technology that will help readers gain knowledge of novel approaches and their applications to improve drug/agent specificity for diagnosis and efficient disease treatment. It is a comprehensive guide for medical specialists, the pharmaceutical-industry, and academic researchers discussing the impact of nanotechnology on diagnosis, drug delivery, and theranostics.Gives readers working in immunology, drug delivery, and medicine a greater awareness on how novel nanotechnology orientated methods can help improve treatmentProvides readers with backgrounds in nanotechnology, chemistry, and materials science an understanding on how nanotechnology is used in immunology and drug deliveryIncludes focused coverage of the use of nanodevices in diagnostics, therapeutics, and theranostics not offered by other books
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