Nano-Robotics in Medical Applications-Ventilons
J. Thirumaran1, S. Dhinakaran2
1Dr. J. Thirumaran, Dean, Rathinam College of Arts & Science, Coimbatore -642021, India.
2S. Dhinakaran, Asst. Professor, Rathinam College of Arts & Science, Coimbatore -642021, India.
Manuscript received on March 01, 2015. | Revised Manuscript Received on March 09, 2015. | Manuscript published on March 20, 2015. | PP: 9-11 | Volume-3 Issue-4, March 2015 | Retrieval Number: D0595033415/2015©BEIESP
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Abstract: Nano Robotics is a field under continuous development. It involves the construction of robots of the size of 10^-9m. In the last decade many nano robots have made their way out of the drawing boards to enter into the human body and do things beyond human imagination. Symptoms like itching and fever have certain biochemical causes which can be eliminated by injecting nano robots. In this technological era of development our paper acts as a beacon for scientists and research scholars. Our paper mainly concentrates on creating nano robots that mimic the action of RBC’s. These nano robots are called as Ventilons. Our paper also concentrates on future trends of nano robotics like implementing nano robots to detect human physiology. The second part of our paper deals with introducing nanosensors and nano-robots in detecting Human blood sugar level. These nano-robots are embedded with mobile phones and the status of the patient can be read from remote places. These nano particles that reduce the size of microelectronic components will cover the entire world inside a single chip.
Keywords: Nano-robots, nano sensors, ventilons, nano technology, nano-medicine