Nano pharmaceutical Medicine

The term “nano” became tantamount to “cutting-edge” and was quickly embraced by the pharmaceutical science community. The novel concept of nanomedicine generated as a result of a scientific amalgamation between nanoscience and nanotechnology with medicine. Pharmaceutical scientists quickly adopted nanoscience terminology, thus “creating” “nanopharmaceuticals”. Moreover, just using the term “nano” intuitively implied state-of-the-art research and became very fashionable within the pharmaceutical science community. Formulation of nanopharmaceuticals contain active extracts obtained from medicinal plants. In physiological conditions, the interactions between blood platelets and endothelial cells play a major role in vascular reactivity and hemostasis. In contrast, increased platelet activation contributes to the pathogenesis of vascular pathology such as atherosclerosis, thrombosis, diabetes mellitus, hypertension and carcinogenesis. The rapid developments in nanostructured materials and nanotechnology will have profound impact in many areas of biomedical applications including delivery of drugs and biomolecules, tissue engineering, detection of biomarkers, cancer diagnosis, cancer therapy, and imaging.

  • pharmaceutical Innovation
  • current Trends in nanopharmacy
  • Nanostructures for Medicine and Pharmaceuticals
  • Nanopharmacology in platelet Research
  • Formulation of Nanopharmaceuticals
  • Nanotechnology in Pharmaceutical Aerosols

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