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“If you and I were to exchange an apple Neither would have two But if we were to exchange ideas Each would have two ideas” When we enter the enchanting world of electronics we have pleasant routes. The path we have chosen is the union of robotics & medicine. The integration of nanotechnology into medicine is likely to bring some new challenges in medical treatment. Let us peep inside the real world of NANOTECHNOLOGY. Nanorobot is a wonderful vision of medicine in the future. The most advanced nanomedicine involves the use of nanorobots as miniature surgeons. Advancement in nanotechnology may allow us to build artificial red blood cells called Respirocytes capable of carrying oxygen and carbon dioxide molecules (i.e, functions of natural blood cells). Respirocytes are nanorobots, tiny mechanical devices designed to operate on the molecular level. Respirocytes can provide a temporary replacement for natural blood cells in the case of an emergency. Thus respirocytes will literally change the treatment of heart disease. We can envision a day when you could inject billions of these nanorobots that would float around in your body. One of the most realistic and nearly feasible achievements is the cure for cancer which is one of the main focuses of this work. Nanorobots could carry and deliver large amounts of anti-cancer drugs into cancerous cells without harming healthy cells, reducing the side effects related to current therapies. These nanorobots will be able to repair tissues, clean blood vessels and airways, transform our physiological capabilities, and even potentially counteract the aging process.
Date of Conference: 3-5 Dec. 2010