Nanobots used in cell and tissue repairing: INTRODUCTION: Nanobot's is also called as nanite whose dimensions are measured in nanometres and it is equal or smaller than one micrometer, or to manipulate components on the range of 1 to 1000 nm in size which is a mechanical/electromechanical device. Nanobots are so small that they actually interact on the same level as bacteria and viruses do, and so they are capable of building with the very particles of our bodies: atoms and molecules. Nanobot can be merged with all types of tools such as camera (to see and to furnish more extensive information about the human body), Nano laser and Nano chemical (to clean infected area). Apart from this, nanobots can be controlled internally and externally in order to perform a lot of useful tasks. Nanobot can perform a variety of same functions, from disposing away dead cells/tissues at the place of a wound and helping in again growing tissue so that it heals quickly and cleanly without leaving a nasty scar. It can also help with festering wounds, which could easily be cleared by medical nanobot. (43,44)
... Moreover, the use of nanotechnologies could accelerate their utility in vaccine development; the use of nanobots controlled by nanocomputers with today's science is a reality. The application of nanobots in medicine off ers a new range of tools for various uses, e.g., nanomaterials, in situ diagnosis, treatment of damaged cells . ...
The impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on global institutions and populations has been unprecedented. The health measures (e.g., confinement and social distancing) recommended by WHO and adopted by most nations in the world have not contained the spread of COVID-19. Vaccine development is expected to be a decisive element in controlling the pandemic, however, poor countries do not have immediate access to developed vaccines, which means that the COVID-19 pandemic will be present for some time among low-income countries. Against this daunting backdrop, it is necessary to explore more universal and inclusive ways of combating the COVID-19 pandemic and all future pandemics. Three conjectures are proposed that lead to a single path, unlocking the knowledge that cells have been able to accumulate over time. Although it may seem impossible in practice, the theory shows that knowledge exists to reach the frontiers of DNA.