The idea of microwave acceleration in medicine or microwave-accelerated is fast becoming a new and novel way of dealing with internal medicine without surgery.
Polyethylene glycol, a polymer used in the new mRNA-1273 vaccine of Moderna can be, microwave-accelerated. Meaning that you can use 5G technology to interact with it, activate it or de-activate it.
You could wrap a piece of mRNA in Polyethylene glycol (PEG) — PEGxylation, and that polymer, through vaccine injection is carried into the cells, microwave acceleration releases/activates/deactivates the nano-particles; genetic material, nanotechnology or sensor.
For years ultrasound has been used to gain an image of a fetus in development within a womb. Microwave-accelerated and delivery of cancer therapeutics without invasive surgery has gone on for some time now also.
WiFi’ed is a term coined on everything from soup to nuts. From library books to WiFi’ed connection to products within the area of the store to protect against shop-lifting.
But what about within medicine. Say a WiFi’ed drug for sex offenders. Or a court-ordered psychotropic for a schizophrenic. Or proof of vaccine, or even its activation.
5G and the IoT (Internet of Things) is bound to explode the world we live in with connection to all kinds of “things”. It promises to connect everything within the world of the IoT.
Microwave energy has been used in the treatment of type 2 diabetes. The drug Glipizide is an anti-diabetic medication that is not water-soluble. In a comparative study…
Microwave-generated bionanocomposites for solubility and dissolution enhancement of poorly water-soluble drug glipizide: in-vitro and in-vivo studiesObjectives: In oral absorption of a drug, the drug first dissolves and then is absorbed by diffusion through gastrointestinal membranes. The gastrointestinal environment is aqueous in nature and it is well-known that one-third of the drug population is water-insoluble. Hence, there is a need for enhancement of the solubility and dissolution of such drugs. In this work, enhancement of the solubility and dissolution of the practically insoluble drug glipizide was achieved by formation of bionanocomposites (BNCs) using microwave-induced diffusion (MIND), which ultimately leads to bioavailability enhancement.