Nanomedicine refers to the area of science that combines nanotechnology with drugs or diagnostic molecules to improve the ability to target specific cells or tissues. These materials are produced on a nanoscale level and are safe to introduce into the body. Applications for nanotechnology in medicine include imaging, diagnosis, or the delivery of drugs that will help medical professionals treat various diseases.
In addition to targeted delivery of therapeutics, nanotechnology can also be used to release drugs in a controlled manner. This can result in improved outcomes for patients due to a reduction in toxicity, more efficient delivery of therapeutic molecules, and longer lifetime of drugs within the body.
This report focuses on nanotechnology and nanomedicines that are currently approved by the FDA.
Components of the report include -
- Key Players - identify big players in nanomedicine.
- Trends - identify key trends expected to occur in the nanotechnology industry over the next 12 to 24 months. These are classified into technology/scientific trends, macroeconomic trends, and regulatory trends.
- Industry Analysis - identify the impact of nanotechnology across major markets.
- Value Chain - identify the various uses of nanotechnologies in medicine.
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