NANOTECHNOLOGY, Applied For Treatment of Cancer
Electronics and computational techniques are increasingly being used to analyze biological cells to diagnose diseases and develop methodologies to cure diseases inside the body. One such technology is ‘Nanotechnology’. The paper emphasizes on the best and effective utilization of Nanotechnology in the treatment of cancer. The design of nano device is based on the constant study of cancer cells and nanotechnology.
The nano device is injected to the patient which can travel through blood vessel, identify and destroy cancer cells. The system is fully automated whereby the device manages to move to the affected cells through certain algebraic calculations automatically wherever it might be placed. This would be loaded into a simple microprocessor like 8085 and can be embedded along with the nano device for automatic discovery of cancer cells. Manual guidance and monitoring is done to control the device explicitly, further more command signals are activated automatically or manually to destroy the affected cells through RF signals. The theme is based on the fact that the cancer cells get destroyed on exposure to RF signals, due to high heat generation.
In our paper we design a device that contains sensors, transceivers, motors and a processor which are made up of biodegradable compound. No more destruction of healthy cells due to harmful toxins and radiations generated through chemotherapy and radiation therapy. Electronics and computational techniques are increasingly being used to analyze biological cells to diagnose diseases, and develop methodologies to cure the diseases inside the human body.
The main aim of this paper deals with the eradication of cancer cells by providing a steady, possible method of destroying and curing the cancer in an efficient and safe way so that healthy cells are not affected in any manner. This technology also focuses on a main idea that the patient is not affected by cancer again. The purpose of using the RF signal is to save normal cells.
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Applied ForTreatment Of Cancer
▪ Nanotechnology is the art of manipulating materials on the atomic or
molecular level and is used to build microscopic devices such as
robots and other machines.These miniature devices play an
important role in providing safe and efficient analysis and treatment
▪ Chemotherapy, a treatment with powerful medicines.
▪ Radiation therapy, a treatment given through external high-energy
▪ Nanotechnology applied therapy, treatment through RF signal.
▪ With the help of nano-molecular tools, we could design the nano device.
▪ The device would have binding sites (sensors, transceiver, and other
requirements) made up of super carbon.
▪ The nano device contains sensors, motor, gene reader, processor, trans
receiver, camera and power supply.
▪ Inject Nanodevice.
▪ Identifying Cancer cells through Scanning.
▪ Give the Position of Cancer cells to Nanodevice through Microprocessor in 3-
Dimensional Point ofView .
▪ The Nanodevice takes the Inititial Position as (0 , 0 , 0).
▪ And Cancer cells Position as Reference in 3dView.
▪ Mathematical computations involve such that only one axis is compared
between the nano device and the reference at a time.
▪ The output of Mathematical Operations is given to the Driver circuit of
motor(fan).Which allowsThe Nanodevice to move through Blood with
▪ AndThis involves some Steps.
▪ Camera is Inserted into available technology which helps us to monitor
▪ And Current clinical ultrasound scanners form images by transmitting
pulses of ultrasonic energy along various beam lines in a scanning plane
and detecting and displaying the subsequent echo signals.
• A Gene Reader identifier is used to identify the cancer cells.
▪ RF Energy is used for destruction of Cancer cells.
This is Used for Monitoring the General Components like Pressure,
It Uses Pulse Interval Modulation (PIM) forTransmission of signals.
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