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Microgels let medical implants fight off bacteria


March 26, 2019

Joint replacement implants dipped in microgel flecks -- and then into a charged solution -- can release micro-doses of antibiotics when bacteria approach. The work could play a role in sharply reducing infection rates in one of the most common elective surgeries. Full Story

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Stevens Institute of Technology

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