A SHORT REVIEW ON THE TOXICITY OF THE NANOMATERIALS
In the last decade, nanoscience has greatly evolved as it has moved from bench-top research to applied technology. In a wide range of consumer products, such as computer components, athletic equipment, sun creams and biomedical applications, nanomaterials are currently used. It is imperative that both staff and end-users be shielded from inhalation of potentially harmful NPs because nanomaterials are increasing a portion of daily consumer goods, manufacturing processes, and medical products. It also implies that NPs may need to be sequestered into goods so that during the life of the product or during recycling, the NPs are not released into the atmosphere.Furthermore, in order to clarify potential toxic effects, non-inhalation routes of NP absorption, including dermal and medical injectables must be researched. To date, fewer studies have examined whether the body can potentially remove nanomaterials to avoid the build-up of particles in tissues or organs.