Nursing takes pride in being by the client's area in the period of need, whether in the hospital or in the community. The social agreement is based on a connection for providing holistic care during the care continuum. Therefore, health care professionals must educate and prepare themselves to adapt to the latest diagnosis and drug delivery system technology. Nanotechnology is one of the leading technologies which provide sensing technology and miniature devices to accurately and quickly diagnose disease. Nanotechnology is a multidisciplinary research discipline that uses biology, chemistry, and engineering to improve the quality of life through disease prevention, diagnosis, and treatment at an early stage. This article aims to keep nurses up-to-date on nanotechnology in diabetes mellitus (DM) and how to use it in their practice to improve the quality of nursing care.
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