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A Review of Diagnostic Nano Stents: Part (I)

Journal: Journal of Chemical Reviews (Vol.6, No. 2)

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Page : 138-180

Keywords : Diagnostic nanostents; Stent design intherapeutic approaches; Medical imaging procedures; Long-term safety; Non-invasive imaging techniques;

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The development of diagnostic nanostents, which blend stent design with nanotechnology to offer multipurpose capabilities, has greatly revolutionized medical diagnostics. Blood vessels can receive structural support and we have real-time diagnosis data from these state-of-art devices. To enhance the precision and efficacy of cardiovascular therapy, diagnostic nanostents are devices that incorporate imaging and diagnostic-oriented nanoparticles. Imaging agents, such as nanoparticles that respond to various imaging modalities, are included in medical imaging procedures to improve the visualization of blood vessels and surrounding tissues. Better diagnostic accuracy and early problem discovery are made possible for greater visibility. This review explores the potential benefits of diagnostic nanostents, including their dual ability to provide structural support and diagnostic skills. The use of nanomaterials that can enhance contrast makes real-time imaging during medical procedures possible and provides immediate feedback to healthcare professionals. Moreover, diagnostic nanostents advance the ideas of personalized medicine. Preclinical research, clinical trials, and more studies are required to verify the safety, efficacy, and utility of these diagnostic nanostents in medicine, despite their many potential advantages. Because of the interdisciplinary nature of research and the dynamic character of nanomedicine, diagnostic nanostents are positioned as a transformative technology that could completely change medical diagnostics in cardiovascular therapy.

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