Ultrasonic coating of medical textiles with antimicrobal nanoparticles

According to European Centre of Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), every year 5-6% of patients come to nosocomial infections. Due to rapid spreading of superbacteria, resistant to any antibiotics the situation is becoming serious. Decreasing of the number of hospital

Functionalization of polydimethylsiloxane and stainless steel surfaces with disinfectants

Microbial adhesion onto surfaces is at the root of serious problems in many areas, often compromising the disinfection practices. In clinical settings, microorganisms can colonize abiotic surfaces, equipment and medical devices. This problem is aggravated when microorganisms adopt a sessile

Equisetum arvense mediated synthesis of silver nanoparticles and its application as antibacterial suspension

High consumption of antibiotics has led to resistance of pathogenic microorganisms, which prompted the testing of antimicrobial activity of various plant extracts or other substances in order to find new antimicrobial agents. Alternatively, silver and silver-based topical dressings have been

Agar/ nanosilver composite coatings for prevention of biofilm formation

Bacterial contamination on various surfaces is very common and causes serious problems, particularly on hospital surfaces/furniture and medical devices The formation of biofilms on such surfaces is recognized as the most critical biological contamination due to a difficult removal of