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Silver Nanoparticles First Aid Stamp

 
Silver Nanoparticles First Aid Stamp

Silver Nanoparticles First Aid Stamp


Silver has anti-bacterial qualities, but can also be toxic in high concentrations, so using it help heal wounds has been problematic. The University of Wisconsin-Madison has developed a novel delivery approach which over comes this problem. A layer of silver nanoparticles, just a few molecules thick, is applied to the patient using a rubber stamp! The layer forms a protective barrier but does not over-dose the region.


   

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