Sciences that integrate medication and/or diagnostic molecules to increase the capacity to target specific cells or tissues refer to nanomedicine. Nanomedicine the materials are manufactured at the nanoscale and are safe to enter the body. Nanotechnology applications for medicine include imaging, diagnosis, or the provision of medicines to assist medical practitioners in the treatment of different disorders. The use of nanotechnology is nanomedicine. Nanomedicine extends beyond nanomaterials and biological devices' medical uses to nano-electronic biosensors and anticipated future applications to molecular nanotechnology, for example, biological machinery. Nanomedicine is a medical sector that uses nanotechnological knowledge and technologies for illness prevention and treatment. For the diagnosing, delivering, sensing or actuation of a living creature, nanomedicine involves the use of nanoscale materials, such as nanoparticles or nanorobots that are bio-compatible. In the monitoring and management of pandemics and plagues, the typical uses of nanosensors are discovered. Diagnostic instruments for illnesses such as Ebola and the Zika virus have recently been authorized, which have the potential to become global pandemics without nanotechnology technologies.