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Nanopolymers in Medical Applications: Advances, Challenges, and Promising Innovations for Healthcare Enhancement

Alagu Sundaram Vickram and Titus Richard

Abstract

Nanotechnology may change medicine, nanopolymers are versatile and healthy nanomaterials. This study discusses cutting-edge nanopolymer medicinal uses, their successes, challenges, and expected advancements. Nanopolymers are defined and classified first. It involves nanopolymer production and characterization for medical applications. In the following chapters, nanopolymers govern medication release. Nanopolymers in tissue engineering provide promising therapeutic techniques in regenerative medicine, organ transplantation, and tissue repair. Medical imaging contrast agents and biosensors use nanopolymers. Nanopolymers increase cancer therapy efficacy and side effects by targeted drug administration, combination therapies, and imaging-guided treatments. Nanopolymers can transfer genes and modify genomes, making them a useful tool for genetic issues. Nanopolymers boost vaccine and therapeutic immune responses by distributing antigens. Safety and regulation make medical nanopolymers biocompatible and safe. Ethical and environmental factors guide creation and usage. The study covers commercialization, market trends, and key players. It covers nanopolymer integration issues and mainstream medicinal possibilities. Nanopolymer research and tailored nanopolymeric therapeutics are anticipated. “Nanopolymers in Medical Applications: Advances, Challenges, and Promising Innovations for Healthcare Enhancement” finishes with a comprehensive and forward-looking study of nanopolymers’ medical revolution. This review advances nanopolymers towards safer, more effective, and patient-centered healthcare.

Published on: October 03, 2023
doi: 10.17756/nwj.2023-s3-016
Citation: Vickram AS, Richard T. 2023. Nanopolymers in Medical Applications: Advances, Challenges, and Promising Innovations for Healthcare Enhancement. NanoWorld J 9(S3): S87-S93.

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