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With this technology being perfected in the near future scientists will have to overcome certain obstacles to our fast healing bone breakages substance. With this substance being practically, used scientists will have solved components. (Holley, S. E. (2009).)

The first component would be if our substance will be no be rejected by the body. The must be able to withstand the substance in our bloodstream and other parts of our body. (Holley, S. E. (2009).)Normally when there are unfamiliar substances in the body, the uncontrollable affects would be the immune system attacking the unfamiliar substance that can extensive damage to the body and the person. (Holley, S. E. (2009).) Also the Magnetic Fluid contain the nanoparticles cannot be toxic to the body. Extensive research must be done in order to be able a non-toxic substance (Holley, S. E. (2009).)

Another component would be once the bone fixed from using the Magnetic fluid with nanoparticles how must it be drained out. (Gallo, J. (2009). )Would it be surgically incesioned out, would it be sucked out using a pump, would it be just left their as past of an organic material in the body? Questions like theses must be answered in order to be able to carry-out with this procedure. (Gallo, J. (2009). )

Finally, in terms of the actual fluid how will we create a substance that will combine nanoparticles and magnetic fluid. (Longman, P. J., Rae-Dupree, J., & Petit, C. W. (2000)). It probably won't be as simple as pouring one cup of nanoparticles and one cup of magnetic fluid together in one big mush. That would be too simple! (Longman, P. J., Rae-Dupree, J., & Petit, C. W. (2000)).

Future Technology

Hopefully in the near future, we will be able to fix not just bones but organs without any problems. The major problem would be process of manipulating or programing these little nanopaticles in doing the fixing we want, rather than doctors doing surgeries that take hours of doing and years of studying. (Gharpure, Y. H. (2013))With beyond the fixing of bones and fixing any organ or part of your body would be the ultimate goal for nanomedicine. (Gharpure, Y. H. (2013))

With new Research incoming about the rational delivery and targeting of pharmaceutical (a substance manufactured for use as a medicinal drug), therapeutic, and diagnostic agents is at the brinks of projects being started in nanomedicine. (Gharpure, Y. H. (2013))With this scientists are identifying of precise targets (cells and receptors) related to specific clinical conditions and choice of the appropriate nan carriers(carrier on a nano-size) to achieve the required goals while minimizing the side effects of ordinary surgeries or medications. (Gharpure, Y. H. (2013)) The key targets that scientists want to penetrate would be mononuclear phagocytes, dendritic cells, endothelial cells, and cancers (tumor cells). (Gharpure, Y. H. (2013))

With perfecting Neuro-electronic particles on a nano-size we could be dealing with the construction of nanodevices that will permit computers to be joined and linked to the nervous system. (Holley, S. E. (2009).)That's would be CRAZY! Computers and our body would be linked together which would be an unstoppable forces against diseases and other health problems that occurring today in the world. (Holley, S. E. (2009).) We would have to create a molecular structure that would be controlled and will convey detection of nerve impulses by an external computer. Our health systems could be linked to computers. I'm not talking about Xrays or MRI's, im talking about the readings of all our specific health systems. (Mody, C. M. (2008)). There would be no need for strong



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