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Source: China National Chemical News January 24, 2019
Recently, the Moscow State Institute of Steel and Iron Alloys of the Russian State Research Technical University and the Czech-European Institute of Technology have cooperated to develop a biodegradable material for dressing with antibacterial effect. Bandages made with this material have a point effect and have a long-lasting effect without the need to replace new bandages.
Elizabeth Permiakov, a researcher at the Institute of Inorganic Nanomaterials at the Moscow State Institute of Iron and Steel, said that the basis of the study was polylactone nanofibers, a biocompatible self-dissolving material in fibers Gentamicin, which has a broad-spectrum antibacterial effect, was added, and after 48 hours of using this material, a significant reduction in the number of bacteria could be observed.
The researchers pointed out that this material can be used not only to treat skin and skin, but also to treat bone inflammatory diseases such as osteoporosis and osteomyelitis. They will continue to test and improve this material to improve the material's therapeutic effect.