DARU, Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Volume 20, Issue 1
Article number 26
The application of emerging nanotechnology to the practice of medicine represents a frontier of nanomedicine. Nanomedicine has been defined as a science which emphasizes the use of nanoscale tools in conjunction with background knowledge of the human body for medical diagnosis and treatment. Application of nanomedicine in EM may give EM providers the opportunity to diagnose and treat life-threatening diseases in a shorter period of time. These applications include diagnostic utilities, preventive medicine, targeted pharmacotherapy, and tissue regeneration.
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Pourmand, A., Pourmand, M. R., Wang, J., & Shesser, R. (2012). Application of nanomedicine in emergency medicine; point-of-care testing and drug delivery in twenty - first century. DARU, Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 20(1), article number 26.